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Listen: 8 Min. Preview Of David Holmes' 'Haywire' Score Plus 2 New Clips & Fistful Of Pics

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 7, 2012 1:59 PM
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Steven Soderbergh generally keeps a pretty regular crew of behind-the-scenes folks and on-camera stars from film to film. Sure, he may switch things up from time to time, but familiar faces are never too far away from whatever project he's currently working on. Thus, with his upcoming "Haywire," while it mostly features a number of folks working with him for the first time – Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Antonio Banderas, Michael Fassbender, Bill Paxton – it's based on a script from Lem Dobbs ("Kafka," "The Limey") and powering the whole thing along is a score by David Holmes.

Steve Coogan & Robert Sheehan Join Michael Fassbender In Punk-Rock Biopic 'Good Vibrations'

  • By Simon Dang
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  • May 12, 2011 4:57 AM
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Bronagh Gallagher Also On Board; Liam Cunningham Exits?Steve Coogan and Robert Sheehan aren't exactly strangers to the exploration of real life musical figures on film, having both starred in "24 Hour Party People" and "Killing Bono" respectively, and it looks like they're set to go down a similar path once again. The two actors have joined "Cherrybomb" co-directors Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa's "Good Vibrations," the story of Northern Ireland's godfather of punk, Terri Hooley.

Michael Fassbender & Liam Cunningham To Star In Northern Irish Punk Movie 'Good Vibrations'

  • By Oliver Lyttelton
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  • April 5, 2011 12:59 PM
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David Holmes To Write The ScoreConsidering the way in which punk rock changed the music world so comprehensively, it's surprising that relatively few films have been made following the great bands of the era. There have been great documentaries, from "The Filth and the Fury" to Ramones doc "End of a Century" and "Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten," and a handful of dramatic features -- "Sid and Nancy" and "SLC Punk," while both flawed, have much to recommend them. But for the most part, the genre has produced films closer to the terrible Ian Dury biopic "Sex & Drugs & Rock and Roll" than to anything else.

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