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Chris Martin successfully gains the support of cast members namely Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke and Nikolaj Coster-Waldeau for the proposed musical, only to be turned down by George R. R. Martin.
The lyrics of the song, which is already a strong contender to be nominated for an Oscar, flash across the shots of Jack O'Connell playing Olympian Louis Zamperini.
The piano-driven ballad will be featured on the 'Unbroken' soundtrack that is due out on December 15.
'I have to think of it as the final thing we're doing or else we wouldn't put everything into it,' the band's frontman Chris Martin said of the follow-up to this year's 'Ghost Stories'.
The Chris Martin-fronted band previews the song in a new ad for U.K. channel Sky Movies Christmas.
Viewers are the ones who decide whether the male character in the video will find his lost love or not.
The black-and-white video is a tribute to veterans of World War I who will be honored on the U.K.'s Remembrance Day, also known as Poppy Day, on November 11.
Martin's janitor and Lucas' aspiring dancer, who are both treated unfairly because of their big size, meet at a ballet recital and end up dancing together on the stage.
According to a new report, the pay-to-play idea gets chilly responses from the three contenders' representatives.
In addition to the main event at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, the fest will feature Music Festival Village with Neon Trees and Kacey Musgraves among its performers.
With a drum strapped to his back, the band's frontman strolls through the busy streets in the city while playing his guitar before joining his bandmates and playing a concert for hundreds of fans.
The British band's 'Ghost Stories' sells 83,000, beating Carey's long delayed 'The Elusive Chanteuse' which debuts at No. 3 with 58,000.
Marking the British band's fourth studio album to top the chart, 'Ghost Stories' also scores the largest sales week for any album since Beyonce's surprise set came with 617,000 last December.
The band's new album 'Ghost Stories', which also includes hit 'A Sky Full of Stars' that was written by Avicii, is coming out in the U.S. on May 19.
The British band performs the slow-tempo song about recovering and dedicates it to the Rolling Stones frontman during their concert at the Beacon Theater in New York.