Who are the actors in Hopeless Wanderer?

Who are the actors in Hopeless Wanderer?

Oh yes, that’s Jason Bateman in the Mumford & Sons Hopeless Wanderer video. In the clip, actors Bateman, Ed Helms, Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis play the band, over-emoting throughout.

Did Ed Helms play with Mumford and Sons?

Helms, who plays the banjo, had hoped to portray Mumford musician Winston Marshall, but the actor looked more like pianist Ben Lovett. “That was another disappointment for Ed,” Jones said, noting that Helms hoped to play some banjo for the video.

Why did Winston leave Mumford and Sons?

Mumford & Sons’ lead guitarist has quit the band following backlash to a tweet supporting a right-wing author. “I could remain and continue to self-censor, but it will erode my sense of integrity,” he wrote in a blog post. …

Who are the four actors in Hopeless Wanderer?

The comic actors Jason Bateman, Will Forte, Ed Helms and Jason Sudeikis all star in a parody video for the latest Mumford & Sons single ‘Hopeless Wanderer’. Take four of the best comic actors, a splash of hipster facial hair, a dusty old barn and you get the new video for Mumford & Sons ‘Hopeless Wanderer’.

Is Jason Sudeikis friends with Mumford and Sons?

Sudeikis and Mumford have been friends for years. They first met when Mumford & Sons did their first Saturday Night Live appearance in 2012. “Despite being an American comedy great, Jason has a real British taste in his sense of humor,” Mumford told USA Today.

How does Jason Sudeikis know Mumford?

Question: How did you first meet Jason Sudeikis? Was it through the “Hopeless Wanderer” music video? Marcus Mumford: No, we first met Jason at “Saturday Night Live” the first time we played it. We did that Beatles sketch with him, and we just became friends.

What is the controversy with Mumford and Sons?

While a member of Mumford & Sons, Marshall courted controversy for associating with notorious right-wing personalities. In 2018, Marshall invited Canadian academic Jordan Peterson, who has been accused of transphobia, misogyny and Islamophobia, to visit the band’s London studios.

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