What better way to promote your new movie then by doing a little dance, right?
Well, that's just what the Monuments Men costars apparently had in mind when they decided to form a conga line at their flick's photo call during the 2014 Berlin Film Festival on Saturday.
With Matt Damon taking the lead, Jean Dujardin, George Clooney, John Goodman, Bill Murray, Bob Balaban, Dimitri Leonidas and Hugh Bonneville placed their hands on the shoulders of the gentleman in front of them and memorably made their way into the press conference.
Based on a true story, The Monuments Men follows seven men as they go behind enemy lines during World War II to rescue artistic masterpieces looted by the Nazis. With the approval of President Roosevelt, art historian Frank Stokes (Clooney, who also directed and cowrote) assembles a group of museum directors, architects, artists and curators.
Racing against time, these culture warriors risk their lives to prevent Hitler's destruction of the world's greatest artistic achievements and return them to their rightful owners.
While the film received less-than-stellar reviews, it nevertheless made a decent amount of money this weekend, earning an estimated $22.7 million since opening on Friday. Of course, it was no match for The Lego Movie, which debuted at No. 1 with a box office take of $69.1 million.