The movie is based on Joe Dunthorne's 2008 book and is due out in 2011
[b]Arctic Monkeys[/b]’ [b]Alex Turner[/b] has written the soundtrack for an upcoming British film called [i]Submarine[/i].
As ContactMusic.com reports, [b]Turner[/b] has penned a number of songs for the soundtrack, which will be mixed by [b]Simian Mobile Disco[/b]’s [b]James Ford[/b].
Directed by [b]Richard Ayoade[/b], who is known for his acting roles in TV shows like [i]The IT Crowd[/i] and [i]The Mighty Boosh[/i], the actor/writer has worked with [b]Arctic Monkeys[/b] before on their 2008 live music DVD [i]At The Apollo[/i], plus directed their music videos for [b]’Fluorescent Adolescent'[/b], [b]’Crying Lightning'[/b] and [b]’Cornerstone'[/b].
Set to be released in 2011, [i]Submarine[/i] is being based on the debut novel of the same name by [b]Joe Dunthorne[/b], and is about a 15-year old boy who is trying to lose his virginity, whilst struggling to keep his parents together.
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