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Composers, supervisors behind films in pipeline


Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
Release: Sept. 11
Director: Peter Hyams
Composer: David Shire


Surrogates (Touchstone)
Release: Sept. 25
Director: Jonathan Mostow
Composer: Richard Marvin

Disney’s A Christmas Carol
Release: Nov. 6
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Composer: Alan Silvestri

Old Dogs
Release: Nov. 25
Director: Walt Becker
Composer: John Debney
Supervisor: Dave Jordan

The Princess and the Frog
Release: Nov. 25
Directors: Ron Clements, John Musker
Composer: Randy Newman
Supervisors: Chris Montan, Tom MacDougall


Taking Woodstock
Release: Friday
Director: Ang Lee
Composer: Danny Elfman

Release: Sept. 9
Director: Shane Acker
Composer: Deborah Lurie

A Serious Man
Release: Oct. 2
Directors: Joel and Ethan Coen
Composer: Carter Burwell


Whip It
Release: Oct. 9
Director: Drew Barrymore

Release: Oct. 23
Director: Mira Nair
Composer: Gabriel Yared
Supervisor: Linda Cohen


Brief Interviews With Hideous Men
Release: Sept. 25
Director: John Krasinski
Supervisor: Linda Cohen


Release: Sept. 4
Directors: Mark Neveldine, Brian Taylor
Composers: Robb Williamson, Geoff Zanelli
Supervisors: Eric Craig, Brian McNelis

Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All by Myself
Release: Sept. 11
Director: Tyler Perry
Supervisor: Johnny Caruso

More Than a Game
Release: Oct. 2
Director: Kristopher Belman
Composer: Harvey Mason Jr.

Saw VI
Release: Oct. 23
Director: Kevin Greutert
Composer: Charlie Clouser

Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire
Release: Nov. 6
Director: Lee Daniels
Composer: Mario Grigorov
Supervisor: Lynn Fainchtein


The Burning Plain
Release: Sept. 17
Director: Guillermo Arriaga
Composers: Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Hans Zimmer
Supervisors: Annette Fradera, Dana Sano


Release: Sept. 25
Director: Kevin Tancharoen
Supervisors: Eric Craig, Brian McNelis


Release: Sept. 4
Director: Mike Judge
Composer: George S. Clinton

The Boys Are Back
Release: Sept. 25
Director: Scott Hicks
Composer: Hal Lindes
Supervisors: Chris Gough, Ian Neil


The Messenger
Release: Oct. 30
Director: Oren Moverman
Composer: Nathan Larson
Supervisor: Tracy McKnight


Release: Sept. 18
Director: Christian Alvart
Composer: Michl Britsch


Black Dynamite
Release: Sept. 4
Director: Scott Sanders
Composer: Adrian Younge
Supervisor: David Hollander

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
Release: Sept. 18
Directors: Chris Miller, Phil Lord
Composer: Mark Mothersbaugh

Release: Oct. 9
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Composer: David Sardy

The Stepfather
Release: Oct. 16
Director: Nelson McCormick
Composer: Charlie Clouser
Supervisor: Michael Friedman

2012Release: Nov. 13
Director: Roland Emmerich
Composers: Harald Kloser, Thomas Wanker

Planet 51 Release: Nov. 20
Directors: Jorge Blanco, Javier Abad, Marcos Martinez
Composer: James Seymour Brett
Supervisor: Liz Schrek


Coco Before Chanel
Release: Sept. 25
Director: Anne Fontaine
Composer: Alexandre Desplat

The Damned United
Release: Sept. 25
Director: Tom Hooper
Composer: Robert Lane
Supervisor: Liz Gallacher

An EducationRelease: Oct. 9
Director: Lone Scherfig
Composer: Paul Englishby
Supervisor: Kle Savidge

Broken EmbracesRelease: Nov. 20
Director: Pedro Almodovar
Composer: Alberto Iglesias


Sorority Row
Release: Sept. 11
Director: Stewart Hendler
Composer: Lucian Piane
Supervisor: Julianne Jordan

Astro BoyRelease: Oct. 23
Director: David Bowers
Composer: John Ottman
Supervisor: Todd Homme

The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Release: Nov. 20
Director: Chris Weitz
Composer: Alexandre Desplat
Supervisor: Alexandra Patsavas


All About Steve
Release: Sept. 4
Director: Phil Traill
Composer: Christophe Beck
Supervisor: John Houlihan
Jennifer’s Body
Release: Sept. 18
Director: Karyn Kusama
Composer: Theodore Shapiro
Supervisor: Randall Poster

The Fantastic Mr. Fox
Release: Nov. 13
Director: Wes Anderson
Composer: Alexandre Desplat


Love Happens
Release: Sept. 18
Director: Brandon Camp
Composer: Christopher Young
Supervisor: Kathy Nelson

Couples Retreat
Release: Oct. 9
Director: Peter Billingsley
Composer: A.R. Rahman
Supervisor: John O’Brien

Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant
Release: Oct. 23
Director: Paul Weitz
Composer: Stephen Trask
Supervisor: John O’Brien

The Fourth Kind
Release: Nov. 6
Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi
Composer: Atli Orvarsson


The Final Destination (New Line)
Release: Friday
Director: David Ellis
Composer: Brian Tyler
Supervisor: Dana Sano

Release: Sept. 11
Director: Dominic Sena
Composer: John Frizzell
Supervisor: Ian Neil

The Invention of Lying
Release: Sept. 25
Directors: Ricky Gervais, Matt Robinson
Composer: Tim Atack
Supervisor: Dana Millman

The Informant! Release: Oct. 9
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Composer: Marvin Hamlisch

Where the Wild Things Are
Release: Oct. 9
Director: Spike Jonze
Composers: Carter Burwell, Karen Orzolek

The Box
Release: Oct. 30
Director: Richard Kelly
Composers: Win Butler, Regine Chassagne, Owen Pallett
Supervisor: Christopher Mollere

The Blind Side
Release: Nov. 20
Director: John Lee Hancock
Supervisor: Julia Michels

Ninja Assassin
Release: Nov. 25
Director: James McTeigue
Composer: Ilan Eshkeri


Halloween 2
Release: Oct 16
Director: Rob Zombie
Composer: Tyler Bates
Supervisors: Tom Rowland, Rob Zombie

The Road
Release: Oct. 16
Director: John Hillcoat
Composers: Nick Cave, Warren Ellis

Youth in Revolt
Release: Oct. 30
Director: Miguel Arteta
Composer: John Swihart

Nov. 25
Director: Rob Marshall
Composer: Maury Yeston
Supervisor: Matthew Rush Sullivan

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