First look at Doctor Who’s Aisling Bea in Take That movie


A first look at Aisling Bea in the new Take That movie The best days has been unveiled.

The star, who recently appeared in Doctor Who special “Eve of the Daleks” and returned for the second series of her acclaimed show This way until last year, she is seen walking down the aisle for her final role.

In an early image from the film, Bea and her co-star Marc Wootton (Nativity!) are covered in confetti as they happily pass through a crowd of happy people.

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The film itself, based on a musical The groupis about five school friends who reunite several years after the night of their lives at a Take That concert, as they reflect on their experiences, all framed by the band’s music.

Bea has confirmed her involvement in The best days last month, revealing at the NME Awards, “I think there’s a correlation between music and comedy and how they rely on rhythm and beats and things like that.”

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Other cast members include black mirrorthis is Alice Lowe, The answering machineit’s Amaka Okafor, good omens‘Jayde Adams, Belfastis Lara McDonnell, Little Joe’by Jessie Mae Alonzo, army of thieves‘ Nandi Hudson, Carragon Guest and Eliza Dobson (via Deadline).

Past attached stars included Its dark materials“Ruth Wilson, The wheel of timeby Rosamund Pike and The good fight‘s Cush Jumbo, although they are no longer involved.

Take That previously said: “The best days is a film dedicated to all those who have supported us over the years. It puts a mirror on our audience – it’s a celebration of our music but it’s literally all about the fans and their friendships.

“Our fans have been on a 30 year journey with us and we have an incredibly strong bond with them, so to see them being represented on screen by such a strong and talented cast is incredibly exciting.”

The best days is filming.

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