Darkest Hour, Winston Churchill’s war biopic had an interesting moment during the shooting, where Gary Oldman and the crew sang Beatles’ classic “Hey Jude”. The actor Samuel West uploaded a video of the moment on the British House of Commons’ set when Wright encouraged 450 extras to sing along.
“Been waiting to post this for a year. Joe Wright… leads 450 MPs in a warmup singing of ‘Hey Jude’ between takes. Gary Oldman as Churchill makes an entrance at the end.”
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Been waiting to post this for a year. Joe Wright, director of Darkest Hour, leads 450 MPs in a warmup sing of Hey Jude between takes. Gary Oldman as Churchill makes an entrance at the end.
Darkest Hour is released in the UK today. Hope you like it pic.twitter.com/UN6posK8zf
— Samuel West (@exitthelemming) January 12, 2018
The movie shows Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman) about to face one of his greatest challenges: to take over the position of First Minister of Great Britain. At the same time, it begins to cost a peace treaty with a German that could mean the end of years of conflict.
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