It’s the heartfelt comedy that’s brought Eurovision to an even bigger global audience. And it seems that audience really took to it, as Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga has been nominated for Comedy Movie of 2020 at the E! People’s Choice Awards.

But there’s more good news. Will Ferrell, who spent several years researching and developing the movie, has also landed a nomination in the Comedy Movie Star of 2020 category. Lars may not have been the most talented singer, but the real-life actor behind him has definitely made an impact in bringing him to life.

Vote for the Eurovision movie in the People’s Choice Awards

Naturally, it’s time to start voting. All you need to do is head over to the E! People’s Choice Awards web site and register. You have 25 votes per day and per category, and can vote between now and Friday, October 23, 2020 at 23:59 New York time.

THE COMEDY MOVIE OF 2020

1. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga
2. Like A Boss
3. The King of Staten Island
4. The Kissing Booth 2
5. The Lovebirds
6. The Wrong Missy
7. To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
8. Bill & Ted Face The Music

THE COMEDY MOVIE STAR OF 2020

1. David Spade – The Wrong Missy
2. Issa Rae – The Lovebirds
3. Joey King – The Kissing Booth 2
4. Keanu Reeves – Bill & Ted Face the Music
5. Noah Centineo – To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
6. Pete Davidson – The King of Staten Island
7. Salma Hayek – Like A Boss
8. Will Ferrell – Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

We’re fairly certain the entire island of Iceland will be logging in and casting their votes for the film. In July, the head of the Húsavík Tourism Board told us how the movie “was a blessing” for the picturesque fishing village.

Have you cast your 25 votes today? Do you think the Eurovision movie and Will Ferrell can slay their categories? Let us know down below!

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Hyunwoo
Hyunwoo
26 days ago

I also hope that, Will Farrel & My Marianne, to perform interval act in Eurovision 2021!

Alex
Alex
27 days ago

the movie was seriously the funniest netflix movie so far. i doubt it will win any awards but i hope Husavik will grab some nominations in prestigious awards shows and maybe the movie itself in the Comedies/Music category.

Neil
Neil
27 days ago

I am American but have been a ESC fan since 2014. I Quote on QUote forced my friends to watch it with me and they loved it! This is definitely a contender! The only competition is The Kissing Booth 2 and King of Staten Island but those don’t compare to this movie.

Jonas
Jonas
27 days ago

The Eurovision movie is the only one I’ve seen, or even heard of…except for Bill & Ted, which I have at least heard of. Are any of them good?

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
27 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

If those are the top comedy films of 2020 then this year really has sucked. The only other one I’ve seen is The Lovebirds, which is ok—Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani didn’t strike me as having much chemistry but they were both funny in their own way as a bickering interracial American couple who go on the run, instead of waiting for the police, after hitting a man with their car.

Knives Out should have at least been nominated—but I guess it’s too middle brow for these awards.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
27 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

The Rise of Skywalker could also have been nominated, considering how laughably bad it is…

“They fly now?!
They fly now!!”

“I am your grandfather!!”

Colin
Colin
27 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

Knives Out is a 2019 film. Otherwise, it’s far above most movies I’ve seen in awhile. It’s Oscar nomination for the best original screenplay is more than deserved.

Jonas
Jonas
26 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

I think voting should be probably only open to Americans – if they ignore every movie from the rest of the world, why should the rest of the world bother to vote?

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
26 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Indeed!

Colin
Colin
27 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Most of them are fine. Unpretentious fun for fans of the genre. Personally I enjoyed Bill & Ted 3, Kissing Booth 2, The Wrong Missy and The Lovebirds. None of them are outstanding, deep or game-changing films by any means, but they have lived up to their goals. I didn’t care for Like a Boss. Wasn’t funny enough. Haven’t seen the other two yet. While I did like five of the nominees, I voted for Eurovision Song Contest film.
Btw, props to PCA for picking unpretentious funny films for wider demographics and not just your typical “Oscar baits”.

Jonas
Jonas
26 days ago
Reply to  Colin

Thanks!

Whisker
Whisker
27 days ago

I hope the movie and Will Ferrell will do well!

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
27 days ago
Reply to  Whisker

They’ll either win or they won’t 😉

Whisker
Whisker
27 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

LOL! Of course 🙂