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  Joseph Kosinski pleased the eyes and ears of moviegoers when he created Tron: Legacy in 2010. The director re-created the neon world of Disney's 1982 film starring Jeff Bridges — who gets trapped inside an electrifying computer mainframe — and brought French music duo Daft Punk onboard to score the electronic soundtrack. The best-selling sounds amped up the dazzling visuals. Now, the filmmaker is interested in complementing a whole new project with a killer score. Kosinski will be directing the big-screen adaptation of his own graphic novel Oblivion. The sci-fi epic is set to star Tom Cruise as one of the last men on Earth (a chilling prospect) who repairs "drones" that guard the planet from alien invaders. "Living in and patrolling the...

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