If John Williams asks to score your movie, do you turn him down? Probably not. In the case of "Memoirs of a Geisha," Rob Marshall wasn't about to say no to the multi-Oscar- and multi-Grammy-winning…
The disappointment he suffered from having his "King Kong" score dropped doesn't diminish from Howard Shore's accomplishments for David Cronenberg's "A History of Violence."
Italian-born, London-based composer Dario Marianelli took his inspiration for "Pride & Prejudice" as much from Beethoven and Henry Purcell as from novelist Jane Austen and director Joe Wright's…
"He is one of the most compelling and original actors of his generation," says director Laurence Dunmore of Johnny Depp, who will be honored Nov. 11 with a tribute at the AFI Fest.
Veteran "Tonight Show" publicist Charlie Barrett remembers when press-shy Johnny Carson was about to celebrate his 25th anniversary on NBC in 1987. Carson left a message: "I'm not doing any…
Of this year's five Emmy nominees for music in series television, three used real musicians. That might not sound like much of a news flash, but music budgets have shrunk so much in recent years that…
"Major Dundee," Sam Peckinpah's first major film as a director, has been given a new score for its upcoming theatrical re-release, and that's got some in the music community crying foul.
Whey weren't nominated for the Oscar -- this time around. But don't be surprised if the names Alexandre Desplat, Michael Giacchino, Jon Brion, Stephen Trask or Gustavo Santaolalla grace the music…
"Accidentally in Love" Shrek 2, "Al otro lado del Rio" The Motorcycle Diaries, "Believe" The Polar Express, "Learn to Be Lonely" Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, "Vois sur ton chemin"…