Danny Boyle Musical Gets a Release Date from Universal

Safety Ed Sheeran is reportedly planning to build 5ft railings outside his home in a bid to increase protection levels at his four-bedroom abode in London

Hit recording artist Ed Sheeran is poised to make a more significant jump into the acting world, and the project couldn't be more ideal.

Universal Studios has set a September 13, 2019, release date for its untitled comedy with director Danny Boyle and stars Kate McKinnon, Lily James, and Himesh Patel.

The pop star denied the railings had anything to do with homeless sleepers, and said he wants to erect them to keep tabloid paparazzi away from his door step. The Daily Mail first reported and Deadline confirmed that Sheeran is in talks to join the cast of Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire filmmaker Danny Boyle's upcoming musical comedy from Working Title.

"Saturday Night Live" comic Kate McKinnon is also said to be in talks for the movie, which is due to start shooting this summer.

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As the world knows, Boyle has been working toward helming that next Bond (MGM and Ion haven't officially confirmed the news, but Boyle says he's overseeing a script).

Sheeran appeared as himself in 2015 comedy "Bridget Jones" Baby' when Bridget attended Glastonbury fesitval.

Sheeran has made a handful of forays into acting, perhaps most notably through a cameo appearance on Game of Thrones that ended up being one of the more widely derided moments in a mostly well-regarded season.

But Sheeran faced a harsh backlash from fams for his role - which saw him play a Lannister soldier who had a chance encounter with Maisie Williams' Arya Stark. I wanted to be a cameo in it, and I've done the cameo.

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