Movie producer Richard Curtis says his up coming melodic satire Yesterday is “extremely about” singer Ed Sheeran.
The author’s most recent offering pursues Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) who stirs from a power outage to find he is the main individual to know the music by incredible musical crew The Beatles.
“His better half is someone he went to class with, which is the thing that the film is about,” Curtis disclosed to Empire magazine.
The writer, popular for romantic comedies, for example, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, and Love Actually, thinks giving Sheeran an appearance in the film was “best throwing” on the grounds that his very own life has been like that of the focal character.
“It is a gimmicky appearance and in a manner it is the most ideal throwing on the grounds that he is nearly the lead character,” Curtis said.
The movie, directed by Danny Boyle, highlights Patel as a battling artist lyricist in a small English coastline town whose fantasies of popularity are quickly blurring, notwithstanding the help of his youth closest companion, played by Lily James.
After an oddity mishap amid a secretive worldwide power outage, he awakens to find that The Beatles have never existed. Kate McKinnon likewise stars in the film. Yesterday will close Tribeca Film Festival on May 4.