Quincy Jones Scoring Lee Daniels' 'The Butler'; Mariah Carey & Yaya DaCosta Join The Film

It has been about two months since Lee Daniels stopped in Cannes with "The Paperboy" and was roundly savaged by critics, but the director has already dusted himself off and moved on, with principal photography beginning this week on the sprawling historical drama "The Butler." And a few more details have dropped now that the cameras are rolling on Daniels' new film. First up, legendary musician, composer and producer Quincy Jones has been lined up to score the film. Though he worked in film regularly throughout the '60s and '70s, providing memorable work for pictures like "The Italian Job," "The Hot Rock," "The Getaway," "In The Heat Of The Night" and "The Anderson Tapes," since then he has largely stepped out of movie scoring, notably pitching in for Steven Spielberg's "The Color Purple" and less notably for Jim Sheridan's "Get Rich Or Die Tryin." But we're.
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