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Universal’s “Last Christmas,” a seasonal romantic comedy underpinned by several of George Michael’s hits, will feature a previously unreleased song from the late singer in full at the end of the film, director Paul Feig said Wednesday.
The movie, which will be released in November and dropped its first trailer Wednesday, stars Emilia Clarke, Emma Thompson, Michelle Yeoh and Henry Golding. It borrows its title from one of Michael’s chart-toppers during his Wham! days with Andrew Ridgeley.
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Michael was found dead of heart and liver disease on Christmas Day 2016. He was 53.
It was already known that “Last Christmas” would feature some unheard music from Michael. Feig fleshed out the details in an interview with the BBC on Wednesday, saying that Michael was working on a new album when he died. “One of our tracks is one of those songs, and it’s just...
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