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Brendan Fraser's Comeback Now Has Its Own Song, And It Slaps

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Brendan Fraser's Comeback Now Has Its Own Song, And It Slaps

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After the long stretch of unending misery and darkness that was 2020, Brendan Fraser's well-documented career comeback is providing 2021 with the positive energy it so desperately needs.

No doubt you're well acquainted with his story at this point. Fraser became an icon of early 00's action movies thanks to blockbusters like The Mummy and George Of The Jungle. In 2018, Fraser alleged that he had been sexually assaulted by Hollywood executive Philp Berk back in 2003. This, along with a number of other personal issues and family tragedies, sent the actor into a depression.

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In the years since, Fraser has admitted his health issues paired with any attempts to call out Berk led to him being shunned from Hollywood for years. That's why fans everywhere are so delighted to see him back and going from strength to strength. These days you can find Fraser in DC's underrated Doom Patrol. We'll also soon see him Martin Scorsese's Apple TV movie Killers Of The Flower Moon, and Max Barbakow's Brothers.

Watching fans celebrate this comeback, alongside Fraser's own response to that support and love has been incredible, and I honestly didn't think it could better. I was wrong. There is now a song. That's right: Brendan Fraser's career comeback now has an official song. And my guys? It absolutely slaps.

'Brendan Fraser Is Back' is the latest hit from musician Nick Lutsko. It's a soaring, feel-good synth pop anthem with a chorus so uplifting and hooky that I guarantee you'll be singing along for the rest of the day. Check it out below!

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I don't know how we go about doing this, but if we could somehow arrange for 'Brendan Fraser Is Back' to become the official song of 2021, that'd be ace. At the very least we should try and make it this year's Christmas number one. I honestly don't think I've heard a better song all year.

Featured Image Credit: Universal/Warner Bros

Topics: TV and Film, News

Ewan Moore
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