WorkingTitle Films started principal photography in London for its coming-of-age comedy Sixty Six.

Paul Weiland (Roseanna'sGrave, City Slickers II) is directing from a screenplay by Peter Straughan and Bridget O'Connor. Elizabeth Karlsen, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner are producing with NataschaWharton executive producing.

UniversalPictures will handle worldwide distribution of Sixty Six, which is a WT2 production in association with It Is NowFilms.

The castfeatures Eddie Marsan (Vera Drake), Helena Bonham Carter, Stephen Rea, Catherine Tate andPeter Serafinowicz (Shaun Of The Dead). Newcomer Gregg Sulkin plays Bernie, a 12-year-old gearing up for his barmitzvah during England's World Cup fever of 1966.

The shootstarted October 17 and will last for eight weeks at ElstreeStudios and on location in London.