These scores lifted their films and their composers could lift a golden statue come Oscar night.
Nine Inch will release a new studio album, their first since 2008, sometime later this year. The recently reunited group made the announcement on Tuesday. “I’ve been less than honest about what I’ve…
It was a share-the-wealth evening at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as a host of developing acts took home their share of trophies during the Staples Center ceremonies.
Many of the top nominees in the scattered field for the 55th Grammy Awards took home trophies from Sunday afternoon's pre-telecast ceremony at the Nokia Theater.
"Broken City" is an evocative and over-ambitious title for a so-so political potboiler that wants to be a gritty, expansive epic of moral and urban decay.
A look at who's who behind the bigscreen tunes.
Warner/Chappell Music has acquired publishing and masters rights to Miramax's film music, taking advantage of a lucrative and sometimes overlooked element of movie assets.
Drumbeat for song category change grows louder
Although the Academy on Thursday released a list of 97 scores that are eligible for nomination for the 2011 Oscars, what's more interesting is the list of the ones that were disqualified, including…
As classy a film as could be made from Stieg Larsson's sordid page-turner, David Fincher's much-anticipated return to serial-killer territory is a fastidiously grim pulp entertainment that plays like…
A crime epic based in Mexico City, Everardo Gout's "Days of Grace," is insanely over-the-top, offering up action-packed scenes with a little soccer thrown into the trigger-happy film.