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The song — which Taylor wrote with Jack Antonoff, guitarist for the band Fun — plays during the movie’s final credits, but Taylor might be persuaded to give a live rendering following the gala screening in Toronto.
Will Poulter, one of the stars of the successful comedy We’re The Millers, which opened here last Friday, has been leading a band of free-spirited young actors around West London over the past few weeks, working on a film about young love.
The creative team will continue refining the book and songs, and producer Harvey Weinstein has hopes of a run next spring at Boston’s American Repertory Theatre.
Then, if it all clicks, it’s onto London, followed by Broadway.
BRIAN COX and Tom Hughes, who lead the new, six-part BBC spy thriller The Game, written by Toby Whithouse.
Victoria Hamilton and Judy Parfitt are also part of the ensemble for the drama, about MI5’s drastic efforts to disable a devious Soviet plot, to be filmed in Birmingham, Wales and London.
There’s a continuing fascination with the work our intelligence services perform.
David Hare has been shooting two spy films back to back for the BBC; and the Corporation is hoping to turn one of John le Carre’s tales into a television drama.