Weird al yankovic christmas at ground zero

A fictional biographical film that parodies other films based on musicians. Yankovic is played by Aaron Paul, while Yankovic himself plays a music producer.

Starring: Aaron Paul as Weird Al
Olivia Wilde as Madonna
Patton Oswalt as Dr. Demento
Mary Steenburgen as Mrs. Yankovic
Gary Cole as Mr. Yankovic
Leeza Gibbons as Newscaster
Andrew Astor as Young Weird Al
Also featuring Al Yankovic, Brian Huskey, Paul Scheer , Charlie Sanders, Curtis Gwinn, Chris Kula, Jonah Ray, Matt Jones, Johnny Meeks, & Andy Bloch
Directed, Written, and Edited by Eric Appel
Produced by Mike Farah and Christin Trogan
Director of Photography: Christian Sprenger
Production Design: Rachael Ferrera & Alexi Gomez
Production Design Assistants: Caity Birmingham & Jessica Valentine
Makeup & Hair: Shauna O'Toole
Wardrobe: Diane Herlofsky
Wardrobe Assistant: Laurel Pochucha
Assistant Director: Justin Oberman
First AC: Alyssa Soetebier
Second AC: Dustin Bowser
Sound: Bo Sundberg & Danny Carpenter
Gaffer: Cody Jacobs
Best Boy Electric: Bernard Evans
Key Grip: Jake Beemer
Best Boy Grip: Hillary Hannak
Grips: Graham Mason & Andrew Dickieson
Production Assistants: Michelle Fox, Andrew Grissom, Mara Beckman
Special Thanks: Nina Munk, Loch Powell, Liz Martin, Tiffany Aludarris, Dan Kotzer and Willow Studios, Bobby Xydis, & Barbara Gale

While earlier Kidz Bop albums mostly featured anonymous studio singers, recent sets have focused on branding named talent. The new album's five young singers (Jayna Brown, Ashlynn Chong, Grant Knoche, Matthew Martinez and Bredia Santoro) are even on tour, with concert dates lined up through October.
The "Frozen" soundtrack spends its 30th straight week in the top five, as it descends 2-5 with 43,000 (down 6 percent). The last album to spend a longer consecutive run in the top five was Adele's "21," which wrapped a 39-week reign in the region on Dec. 3, 2011.
Sam Smith's "In the Lonely Hour" dips 3-6 (35,000; down 17 percent), Ed Sheeran's "x" falls 5-7 (24,000; down 32 percent), the "Now 50" album slips 7-8 (23,000; up 4 percent), and Trey Songz's "Trigga" drops 4-9 (nearly 23,000; down 35 percent).
Blake Shelton closes out the top 10 with his surging "Based On a True Story …" album. It vaults 63-10 with 22,000 — up a whopping 386 percent. The album was sale-priced in the iTunes Store last week for $ and grew by 1,000 percent in overall download sales. To promote the sale pricing, Shelton's Twitter account sent out two Tweets during the week to the country star's million followers. His Facebook page, which has million likes, also spread the word about the discount.
Over on the Digital Songs chart, Magic's "Rude" holds at No. 1 with 195,000 downloads sold (up 6 percent), and Smith's "Stay With Me" rises 3-2 with 164,000 (up 1 percent). Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, climbs 4-3 with 155,000, and 5 Seconds of Summer's "Everything I Didn't Say" bows at No. 4 with 149,000. It's the sixth song released in the lead-up to the debut of the band's new self-titled album, which was issued July 22.
Ariana Grande's "Problem," featuring Azalea, is steady at No. 5 with 114,000 (down 8 percent), and Maroon 5's "Maps" rises 7-6 with 105,000 (down less than 1 percent). Florida Georgia Line's "Dirt" drops 2-7 in its second week, selling 99,000 (down 46 percent). Nico & Vinz's "Am I Wrong" descends 6-8 with 96,000 (down 13 percent), and Sia's "Chandelier" reaches the top 10 for the first time, flying 18-10 with 83,000 (up 29 percent).

Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending July 20) totaled million units, up 7 percent compared with the sum lastweek ( million) and down 8 percent compared with the comparable sales week of 2013 ( million). Year-to-date album sales stand at million, down 15 percent compared with the same total at this point last year ( million).
Digital track sales this past week totaled million downloads, up less than 1 percent compared with last week ( million) and down 11 percent stacked next to the comparable week of 2013 ( million). Year-to-date track sales are at million, down 13 percent compared with the same total at this point last year ( million).
Next week's Billboard 200 competes with the same week in 2013 when: Selena Gomez earned her first No. 1 album with the chart-topping debut of "Stars Dance," selling 97,000 in its first week. The previous week's leader, Jay Z's "Magna Carta … Holy Grail,"fell to No. 2 with 77,000 (down 40 percent).

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