Ringo Starr to write soundtrack for Hollywood musical

Ringo Starr is to write the soundtrack for a new Hollywood musical, according to Deadline.com. Starr will collaborate with former Eurythmics'Dave Stewart on Hole In The Fence, a coming of age story about a group of kids who form a band in a mining town. Starr and Stewart came up with the idea and will act as both executive producers and songwriters for the film.

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Ringo Starr is to write the soundtrack for a new Hollywood musical, according to Deadline.com.

Starr will collaborate with former Eurythmics’Dave Stewart on Hole In The Fence, a coming of age story about a group of kids who form a band in a mining town.

Starr and Stewart came up with the idea and will act as both executive producers and songwriters for the film.

Both Starr and Stewart have some history in films. Aside from the Beatles films, Starr also appeared in The Magic Christian, opposite Peter Sellers, That’ll Be The Day and Ken Russell’s Lisztomania, where he played The Pope opposite Roger Daltrey.

Stewart, meanwhile, directed Honest, starring All Saints.

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