Paul McCartney, Emma Stone Make Apple Music Anti-Bully Video

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Paul McCartney and Emma Stone have teamed up to make an anti-bullying video for Mr. McCartney’s song Who Cares. The video is exclusively on Apple Music.

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Who Cares

Mr. McCartney’s most recent album—Egypt Station—was released back in September. It has 16 tracks and the song Who Cares has an anti-bullying message. Apple promoted the music video— lasting six minutes—on Twitter, and it’s live for Apple Music subscribers.

It starts with Ms. Stone entering a hallway that leads to the office of Dr. Lorenze, a Behavioral Hypnotist/Meterologist played by Mr. McCartney. It was directed by Brantley Guitierrez, a seasoned McCartney tour photographer and choreographed by Ryan Heffington. The video premiered at the Beverly Hills’ Fine Arts Theater.

You can watch the video here.

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