Reporter who interviews celebrities for a living creates star-studded wedding video
Interviewer sneaks in cheeky personal requests during junkets
Sky News entertainment reporter Joe Michalczuk has pulled off a wedding video for the ages after sneaking a message to his wife-to-be into hosts of interviews with A-list actors.
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I'm not sure what's more impressive about this vid, the sheer number of celebrities Michalczuk managed to shoehorn in, or how he convinced the PRs no doubt hovering nearby that delivering felicitations to his wife Jenny was a good use of interview time.
Here's a non-exhaustive list of the contributors:
Zac Efron, Emma Stone, Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog, Samuel L Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Ann Hathaway, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman.
Samuel L. Jackson offers a particularly strong message which he says is from "Laurence Fishburne", while Jackman gets the last word with a joke rant about how Jenny chose the wrong man.
Michalczuk posted the wedding video on Twitter (though he didn't say how it went down at the ceremony) shortly before jetting off on his honeymoon, writing:
Off on honeymoon which means no tweeting for a bit. Here's my movie themed video I surprised my wife with at wedding! http://t.co/5LrcYkNz9g— Joe Michalczuk - Sky (@joemichalczuk) May 19, 2014
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