B Good Picture Company's film based on the early life of Coward was announced at this year's Cannes Film Festival, and has Glee's Chris Colfer attached to star as the playwright.
"I am so thrilled for my first film soundtrack composition to be about Noel Coward's early life. We both grew up in the same parts of south west London, and began our journeys onto the stage and into writing at the same precocious age," Wolf said.
"The script, director, Noel Coward Estate and the cast attached combined are already in perfect synergy to make this something magical. It's an honour to be the next piece of such a legendary puzzle."
Provisionally titled Noel, the screenplay has been written by Martin Sherman and will be directed by Joe Stephenson, his second feature following his debut Chicken.
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The X Factor's poster diva is back doing what she does best. Big beats, big strings and even bigger vocals make 'Trouble' a welcome return for Leona Lewis - and the Childish Gambino feature is rather nice too. Lc Major Lazer ft. Amber: 'Get Free' (out now)
Knob-twiddling collective Major Lazer dropped the video for their latest track 'Get Free' in time for this year's Notting Hill Carnival. Fortunately, its bouncy, reggae-flecked beats also work perfectly for a post-party hangover. Watch the official clip below: Rc Patick Wolf: 'Overture' (out October 15)
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Oh jeez. A man's bank card was canceled over the phone because the agent didn't believe his high voice was a man's, and thought he was an impostor. "This [agent] decided that I was a woman and didn’t ask any questions and canceled everything on me." He was eventually given an apology by the bank for the "bad service." Richard Madden talks to TV.com about playing gay paramedic Ashley on Sirens, and the difficulties of being naked in a cupboard. Just a reminder to tune in to Logo (our parent company) tonight at 11 Pm Est for a special live episode of 1 girl, 5 gays 1 girl, 18 gays. Hey, If I have to suffer through it, so do you. You're welcome.
After huge ratings for the finale, NBC has confirmed that all four judges will return for Season Two of The Voice (perhaps
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