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The Wanderers is being produced by 2AM
2AM’s Luke Snellin has announced that Tim Wheeler (Ash) Emmy The Great (Austenland), and Graham Coxon (Blur) will create original music for his debut feature film The Wanderers set in the 1990's. Ian Broudie (The Lightning Seeds), Mark Morriss (The Bluetones) and Neil Hannon (The Divine Comedy) are also on board in various creative capacities. Some of the musicians already involved will also make cameo appearances in the film, with more names to be announced.
The Wanderers is a non-conventional Britpop teen musical set in Colchester in 1996 which explores similar themes to that of his BAFTA nominated short MIXTAPE and follow up BAFTA long listed short DISCO, of young love, nostalgia and music.
Staying faithful to Luke’s film trilogy is lead Bill Milner (Son of Rambow, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, X-Men: First Class) who plays 16 year old Jonny Bowen. The film follows Jonny encountering relationships and sex for the first time whilst his band, The Wanderers strive to become the next big Brit Pop sensation.
Luke’s career, at the age of only 26 has already comprised of writing and directing several successful short films. Winning the Virgin Media Shorts competition with Mixtape, which went on to be BAFTA nominated gained the attention of 2AM. Since being signed to 2AM Luke has directed commercials and music videos that have been broadcast on television and cinema screens across the globe.
Press attention for Luke has included, amongst others, features in Shots, The Telegraph and V Magazine. Screen International named Luke as one of their ‘Stars of Tomorrow' and The Wanderers marks Luke's move into feature films.