Will Poulter would “jump at the chance” to do another musical.
The 29-year-old actor had a great time working on heist film ‘The Score’ and its soundtrack with co-stars Naomi Ackie and Johnny Flynn and he would love the chance to sing on camera again at the future.
He said, “’The Score’ is the closest thing I have to a mixtape because I’m involved in so many tracks.
“Recording these songs with Naomi and Johnny was one of the most fun times of my life.
“It was a great introduction to the world of musicals, I would jump at the chance [to do more].”
And while Will is usually a reluctant dancer, he felt “totally comfortable” showing off his moves with Naomi in the film.
He told Total Film magazine: “I try to avoid dancing at all costs.
“I need to have had several tequilas to even try to dance.
“If I can hide behind a character, I will dance.
“I felt totally comfortable dancing with Naomi on ‘The Score’.
The musical also forced the British star to confront one of his fears for a particular scene.
He said: “I’m not the most confident driver. It took me a few takes on ‘The Score’ just to backtrack at high speed.
Will praised the film’s director, Malachi Smyth, for the way he coordinated the fight scenes with the film’s music.
He explained: “There’s a sequence in ‘The Score’ that is one of the most fun fights I’ve ever done.
“The way our director Malachi syncs it all up with the music is kind of genius.
“It was a real laugh, even repeating it, I had giggles.
“I’ve always loved learning those skills – but I think it was Mike Tyson who said, ‘Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face. “