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Sunday 21 September 2014

Take That for Secret Service score

Take That's Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Gary Barlow are working on a song for upcoming film Kingsman: The Secret Service

Take That are reportedly recording a new hit to feature on the soundtrack of a major Hollywood film.

The manband are said to have been called in to work on what will be one of this year's biggest cinema releases, Kingsman: The Secret Service, according to The Sun.

It stars Sir Michael Caine, Colin Firth and Samuel L Jackson and will reunite the group with screenwriter Jane Goldman and director Matthew Vaughn, who they teamed with on Stardust, the fantasy film featuring their hit Rule The World.

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald are back as a foursome as Robbie Williams has chosen to work on his solo projects instead.

Take That are also said to be hoping that success with the film soundtrack could help them to crack the US market, which they have never managed to do.

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