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Denzel Washington has been awarded two Golden Globe awards and a Tony Award. Along with many nominations, Washington has received two Academy Awards – one for Best Supporting Actor as Pvt. Trip in Glory and the other for Best Actor as Detective Alonzo Harris in Training Day.
With the opening of Tony Scott’s Unstoppable on November 12th, the two have teamed up again for another high-octane thriller – only this time its not a movie about a nuclear sub or an Atf agent traveling back in time, but to stop a runaway train. So it seemed appropriate to We Are Movie Geeks to have a look back at what we think are the Top 10 Films of Denzel Washington.
Honorable Mention: Carbon Copy
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Film Composer, Brian Tyler, who was featured on the cover of Iae Magazine's Dec/Jan 2010 issue was recently honored at Ascap’s 25th Anniversary Awards Celebration on June 24th in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton.
According to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (Ascap) website, Tyler joined a host of other composers of the top box office film music and the most performed television music of 2009 at the organization’s event.
Those honored in the Top Box Office Films category were past Ascap Henry Mancini Award honorees Carter Burwell(The Blind Side, Where the Wild Things Are), John Debney (Hannah Montana The Movie, Hotel For Dogs), James Newton Howard (Confessions of a Shopaholic, Duplicity), Randy Newman (The Princess and the Frog), Alan Silvestri (A Christmas Carol, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian), and Hans Zimmer (Angels & Demons, It’s Complicated, »
It's little surprise that Disney has been planning a third National Treasure movie. The first two put forward Nicolas Cage as the world's least convincing treasure hunter, a man who can solve riddles that have foxed historians for centuries in the time it takes to get to the end of another piece of Trevor Rabin's score. And yet, they were an absolute hoot. Daft? Yep. Over the top? Yep. Scant regard for realism? Check. But entertaining nonetheless.
Nicolas Cage is reteaming already with his National Treasure director Jon Turteltaub for this summer's incoming The Sorcerer's Apprentice movie. Yet, the two are likely to be reunited again before the year is out for their fourth film together, National Treasure 3.
Talking to ComingSoon about the project, Turteltaub »
3 items from 2010
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