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07/08/2014 07:04 BST | Updated 07/08/2014 07:59 BST

Gary Barlow And Take That Heading For Hollywood? Band ‘Recording Huge Tune For Spy Film'

Gary Barlow and his Take That bandmates are reportedly heading for Hollywood. Don’t panic yet though, movie fans - the lads won’t be acting. Phew.

Instead, it is thought that the ‘Greatest Day’ singers are recording a song for a spy movie soundtrack.

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According to The Sun, Gary, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, and Mark Owen’s tune will accompany the upcoming film ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’.

A source tells the paper: “Take That are a really big pull in Hollywood.

“Gary Barlow’s scores are well known in the industry and producers want a top British name to feature on the movie.”

“The band are also keen to get involved as it will give them decent exposure in the States, a market they’ve never really cracked,” the source continues. "But 2014 so far has been a huge year for Take That, and featuring on a film soundtrack will make it even more exciting.”

If everything goes to plan, this will be the third time a Take That song has featured on a movie soundtrack, following ‘Rule The World’, which was used in the 2007 film ‘Stardust’ and their song 'Love Love' being featured on 'X Men: First Class'.

It hasn’t exactly been an easy year for Gary, Mark and Howard, thought to be facing £20 million bills after paying over £60 million into a tax avoidance scheme.

Gary faced a huge amount of criticism when the news became public and some critics - including Ed Milliband - suggested his OBE should be taken away. He was also the victim a vicious Twitter hack.

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