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Listen: Emily Browning And More Sing Title Track From 'God Help The Girl' Plus Full Soundtrack Details

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • July 16, 2014 9:21 AM
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God Help The Girl
Already one of music's finest storytellers, Belle and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch's move into directing with "God Help The Girl" made natural sense. That it was a musical, with a fresh batch of tunes also made sense. Unfortunately, the resulting film was a bit of a misfire, with our Rodrigo Perez describing it out of Sundance as witnessing a "great artist taking on a huge challenge and stumbling painfully on its ambition almost every step of the way." Youch. But at least we'll have the music, right?

Ashanti Writing Music For 'Tupac' Biopic, Belle & Sebastian Scoring 'The Dog Thrower' Starring Matthew Perry

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • March 5, 2014 9:16 AM
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Belle & Sebastian
As directors and screenwriters prep their scripts and shots, behind-the-scenes composers and songwriters start tuning the music to accompany those projects. And more often these days, it's not composers being sought create the soundtrack to music, but pop stars and bands, and today brings news of a couple famous names bringing their brand to some upcoming movies.

Elle Fanning & Olly Alexander To Topline Musical 'God Help The Girl' From Belle & Sebastian Frontman Stuart Murdoch

  • By Oliver Lyttelton
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  • April 11, 2012 8:42 AM
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As occasionally popular as it can be ("Chicago" and "Hairspray" being some of the more recent hits), the musical hasn't changed much since its earliest film incarnations. "Moulin Rouge" aside (a film that experimented more with style than with form), films like "Mamma Mia" and the upcoming "Rock of Ages" could essentially have been 1930s musical comedies (apart from their pop soundtracks), and this year's Oscar hopeful "Les Miserables" is a 25-year-old stage show based on a 150-year-old novel.

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