Paul McCartney To Work On Animation Soundtrack

The Beatle's collaboration with Frog Chorus' Geoff Dunbar being made into a film

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Paul McCartney children’s book collaboration with Geoff Dunbar, ‘High In The Clouds’ is being made into an animated film, and the former Beatle is reported to be working on a film score to accompany it.

The book, published by Faber in 2005, is set in the land of Animalia who face destruction by Megatropolis.

The illustrations in the book were drawn by Dunbar, with whom McCartney made the BAFTA winning Frog Chous short film.

Film industry magazing Variety reports that Disney’s Lion King director Rob Minkoff is developing High In The Clouds.’

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