March 24, 2011 9:16

The Streets' Mike Skinner to score 'Inbetweeners' film

Skinner is writing new material for forthcoming British comedy

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The Streets' Mike Skinner is reportedly set to write the score for the new The Inbetweeners movie.

Skinner, who is currently on his farewell tour with The Streets, is a big fan of the TV show the movie is being adapted from and was producers' first choice to soundtrack it, reports, The Sun.

A source confirmed to the newspaper that "all the material he is writing for the film is new."

The film sees the characters Will, Simon, Jay and Neil go away on a lads' weekend. It's a subject Skinner has already immortalised in song with his 2004 single 'Fit But You Know It'.

The movie is expected to come out later this year.

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