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* DuelingWorks: With ''Blinded by the Light'' - another British film that's a love letter to 60s/70s music (in this case Bruce Springsteen).

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* DuelingWorks: With ''Blinded by the Light'' - another British film with a British Asian lead that's a love letter to 60s/70s music (in this case Bruce Springsteen).


* WorkingTitle: ''Cover Version''.

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* WorkingTitle: ''Cover Version''.Version'', ''All You Need'' and ''Jack Got Hit by a Bus''.


* FakeBrit: Averted. Glaswegian actor Creator/RobertCarlyle cameos as [[spoiler:an alternate universe version of Liverpudlian Music/JohnLennon]].

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* FakeBrit: Averted.Downplayed. Glaswegian actor Creator/RobertCarlyle cameos as [[spoiler:an alternate universe version of Liverpudlian Music/JohnLennon]].


* FakeBrit: Creator/RobertCarlyle cameos as [[spoiler:an alternate universe Music/JohnLennon]].

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* FakeBrit: Averted. Glaswegian actor Creator/RobertCarlyle cameos as [[spoiler:an alternate universe version of Liverpudlian Music/JohnLennon]].


* DeletedRole: Creator/AnaDeArmas played a role as a rival LoveInterest that was deleted from the final film, but can be glimpsed in some trailers.

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* DeletedRole: Creator/AnaDeArmas played a role as a rival LoveInterest that was deleted from the final film, but can be glimpsed in some trailers. This was apparently because test audiences found Jack too unsympathetic.
* DuelingWorks: With ''Blinded by the Light'' - another British film that's a love letter to 60s/70s music (in this case Bruce Springsteen).


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* FakeNationality: Downplayed. Sarah Lancashire is a Lancashire native putting on a Liverpool accent as Liz.


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* OrphanedReference: There's a comparison made to Coldplay's "Fix You" being the greatest song ever made by one of Jack's friends. This was less random when Chris Martin was meant to have a role in the film.


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* ThrowItIn: Danny Boyle heard about a recording studio beside a railway track, and had Gavin's become one in order to incorporate it.


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** In the first draft of the script, Jack only become moderately successful thanks to the songs. This was changed to him becoming a worldwide sensation, and his love story with Ellie being emphasised too. Overall the story became LighterAndSofter.

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* ApprovalOfGod: The surviving Beatles (Paul and Ringo) and the widows of the deceased members (Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison) were made aware of the film prior to production and the premise met with their approval.


** Curtis toyed with the idea of having the color purple not exist in the alternate reality but quickly abandoned the concept because it would have required far too much attention to detail (i.e. sets, costumes, etc.).

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** Curtis toyed with the idea of having the color purple not exist in the alternate reality but quickly abandoned the concept because it would have required far too much attention to detail (i.e. sets, costumes, etc.). The band Music/DeepPurple would have been called "Deep Orange".


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Music/EdSheeran's role was originally meant for [[Music/{{Coldplay}} Chris Martin]].

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Music/EdSheeran's role was originally meant for [[Music/{{Coldplay}} Chris Martin]].Martin]].
** There was going to be a scene where Jack encountered George and Ringo in a pub. However, Boyle and Curtis decided that this would dilute the impact of [[spoiler:Jack's meeting with John Lennon]].
** Curtis toyed with the idea of having the color purple not exist in the alternate reality but quickly abandoned the concept because it would have required far too much attention to detail (i.e. sets, costumes, etc.).
* WorkingTitle: ''Cover Version''.


* DeletedRole: Ana de Armas played a role as a rival LoveInterest that was deleted from the final film, but can be glimpsed in some trailers.

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* DeletedRole: Ana de Armas Creator/AnaDeArmas played a role as a rival LoveInterest that was deleted from the final film, but can be glimpsed in some trailers.



* MissingTrailerScene: The trailer has an additional sequence from Jack's ''Late Late Show'' interview in which James Corden, wanting a demonstration of Jack's songwriting skills, challenges him to "write something" on the spot. [[ExactWords Cut to Jack performing "Something"]] from ''Abbey Road.'' The scene is also notable for featuring Ana de Armas in her DeletedRole.

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* MissingTrailerScene: The trailer has an additional sequence from Jack's ''Late [[Series/TheLateLateShow Late Show'' Late Show]] interview in which James Corden, Creator/JamesCorden, wanting a demonstration of Jack's songwriting skills, challenges him to "write something" on the spot. [[ExactWords Cut to Jack performing "Something"]] from ''Abbey Road.'' Music/AbbeyRoad. The scene is also notable for featuring Ana de Armas Creator/AnaDeArmas in her DeletedRole.

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* MissingTrailerScene: The trailer has an additional sequence from Jack's ''Late Late Show'' interview in which James Corden, wanting a demonstration of Jack's songwriting skills, challenges him to "write something" on the spot. [[ExactWords Cut to Jack performing "Something"]] from ''Abbey Road.'' The scene is also notable for featuring Ana de Armas in her DeletedRole.

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* DeletedRole: Ana de Armas played a role as a rival LoveInterest that was deleted from the final film, but can be glimpsed in some trailers.
* FakeBrit: Creator/RobertCarlyle cameos as [[spoiler:an alternate universe Music/JohnLennon]].
* RealLifeRelative: The flight attendant on Music/EdSheeran's private jet is actually Ed's fiancee Cherry Seaborn.
* UncreditedRole: Creator/RobertCarlyle as [[spoiler:Music/JohnLennon]].
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Music/EdSheeran's role was originally meant for [[Music/{{Coldplay}} Chris Martin]].
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