Paul McCartney and Emma Stone Stand Up Against Bullying in 'Who Cares' video:
It stars McCartney alongside Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone.
McCartney’s video for “Who Cares” is a far-out call to end bullying. “My hope is that if there are kids being bullied — and there are … Maybe by listening to this song and watching this video, they might just think it’s not as bad … that it’s the kind of thing you can just stand up to and laugh off and get through,” McCartney says.
The song and video inspired a new hashtag. #WhoCaresIDo.
The anti-bullying video was shot entirely on 65mm Kodak Film with Panavision Cameras. Paul McCartney’s musical short film was released as an Apple Music exclusive. It spreads a universally positive message and inspires social change.
The film’s introduction is way too long. If you want to jump into the video advance 2 minutes 15 seconds in and directly watch the video.
Check out the “Who Cares” video.
A-one, a-two . . .
Did you ever get hurt by the words people say
And the things that they do when they're picking on you?
Did you ever get sad by the end of the day
When they're making you feel like a rusty old wheel
That's been left in the rain
Who cares what the idiots say
Who cares what the idiots do
Who cares about the pain in your heart?
Who cares about you?
Another great job Paul!