West, who plays former foreign secretary Sir Anthony Eden, wrote alongside the video: "Been waiting to post this for a year".
He's now riding high on the success of his portrayal of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in new World War II movie, The Darkest Hour. Joe Wright, director of Darkest Hour, leads 450 MPs in a warmup sing of Hey Jude between takes. "Gary Oldman as Churchill makes an entrance at the end".
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War is the grander context, but words are the weapons deployed in Darkest Hour, which exists to honour Churchill's status as a remarkable orator who mobilised the English language to rally his country in a time of necessity. "Hope you like it".
The actor also shared photos of Oldman's Churchill at the despatch box and director Joe Wright lining up a shot.
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Honing in on several turbulent weeks in May, 1940, when Germany was taking control of Western Europe in the early days of World War II, the film chronicles Churchill's sudden elevation to the status of British Prime Minister and the immediate challenge he faces: navigating the decision to either capitulate to Germany's apparently insurmountable dominance in the name of survival or to risk the United Kingdom's very existence by pressing onwards in the face of thin odds.
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That student then began to assault Cortez, so police said Cortez pulled out a knife and flailed it around after the two students. Two of the teenagers were also charged with simple assault, but police didn't specify which students have the additional charge.