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When Guy Ritchie calls "action" on the set of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." in early September, it will mark the end of a 35-year odyssey to tailor one of the most popular spy series of the 1960s into a…
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Danny Elfman is finishing his busiest year ever, with no fewer than six films in the marketplace, including two for longtime collaborator Tim Burton ("Dark Shadows," "Frankenweenie") and "Men in…
Beltrami's propensity for musical drama ranges from horror to poignancy
The music branch has finally come to its collective senses.
The scores for four contenders for Academy Awards have run afoul of music-branch rules and are being Sdisqualified from Oscar consideration.
Variety chose 10 of Barry's best-known scores and asked the composer to reflect on them.
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