Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’s First Trailer Features Daniel Radcliffe Looking Great

As the life story of one of the most successful entertainers of the 1980s, “Weird Al” Yankovic, is about to be told in a biopic, the world officially belongs to the bizarre. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe and Evan Rachel Wood. Starting on November 4th, you can watch “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” for free on The Roku Channel.

Weird Al’s iconic song and music video parodies, such as “Eat It,” “Like a Surgeon,” “Smells Like Nirvana,” “Amish Paradise,” “White & Nerdy,” and “Word Crimes,” helped propel him to the top of the charts as the best-selling comedic recording artist of all time.

Yankovic has remained a mainstay in film and television, making appearances on shows such as The Simpsons, 30 Rock, The Goldbergs, and How I Met Your Mother, as well as performing live on the Primetime Emmy Awards and starring in his concert specials for Disney, VH1 and Comedy Central. His film “UHF,” which was released in 1989 and became a cult classic, “The Weird Al Show,” aired on CBS on Saturday mornings in the fifth season of IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang!, which began airing in 2015, Yankovic assumed the roles of co-host and bandleader. Al provides the voice of the main character, Milo Murphy, in the animated series Milo Murphy’s Law, which airs on the Disney Channel.

After the publication of his children’s book When I Grow Up (HarperCollins) in 2011, Yankovic was able to add “New York Times bestselling author” to his portfolio. My New Teacher and I followed that! Publication in 2013. Weird Al: The Book (Abrams), an illustrated hardcover book on Al’s life and career, was published in 2012, and in 2015, Yankovic not only became the cover boy of MAD Magazine but he also became the publication’s first guest editor in their 63-year existence.

A star commemorating “Weird Al” Yankovic’s accomplishments was added to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018.

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