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Exclusive: Listen to a track from Geoff Zanelli’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales score

17 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Before its May 26th release, we would like to exclusively share with you a track from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales titled ‘El Matador Del Mar’ by Emmy winning composer Geoff Zanelli.

Some of Zanelli’s other credits include Steven Spielberg’s Into The West, Disney’s The Odd Life of Timothy Green, HBO’s The Pacific, DreamWorks and Paramount PicturesDisturbia, 20th Century Fox’s Hitman, Lionsgate’s Gamer, DreamWorksGhost Town, The Weinstein Company’s Outlander and more recently Lionsgate’s Mortdecai, for which he collaborated with Grammy-award winning Mark Ronson on both the co-written score and songs.

Zanelli’s full Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales soundtrack will also be available May 26 and can be preordered via Amazon Us or Amazon UK.

See Also: Read our review of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

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- Gary Collinson

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Buster's Mal Heart Review: A Dark And Surreal Psychological Journey

9 May 2017 1:55 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Each of us possesses a breaking point, an invisible threshold or limit to the amount of pain or anger or stress we can endure. No one really knows how they'll respond upon piercing this barrier until the moment it occurs. It's a line that no one should willingly cross, because how we act under such tremendous duress could cost our freedom, our sanity, or even our life -- or the life of another. For most people, the challenge of reaching their personal breaking point is recognizing the signs and avoiding the triggers. Unfortunately, sometimes life just deals you a series of slow, repeated blows that compounds until you're pushed over the edge (probably before you even realize it's happened).

Buster's Mal Heart, written and directed by Sarah Adina Smith, is a strange, independent film that's invested in exploring one man's breaking point. It's a psychological examination conducted from multiple angles: before, »

- David Kozlowski

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Steven Spielberg Does What He Wants: 6 Things Every Fan Must Know About Hollywood’s Biggest Director

31 March 2017 11:49 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

We all know that Steven Spielberg floats at the top of the Hollywood food chain. He’s Hollywood’s most reliable director brand, and can get movies made that would never get a greenlight anywhere else — like Oscar-winning historical drama “Lincoln.” His next move? A high-profile Pentagon Papers film rumored to star Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep that Variety reports will open on December 22, and will inevitably be an Oscar contender.

How does he keep his enviable status, even at age 70?

1. Steven does what Steven wants.

Spielberg is a moving target, even for those at Amblin Entertainment who work closely with him every day. While he’s worth some $3 billion and likes to make money, his directing choices are driven by a complicated set of variables. He seeks to avoid any risk of failure. It all depends on where his confidence — and artistic drive — takes him. Is he ready to »

- Anne Thompson

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Steven Spielberg Does What He Wants: 6 Things Every Fan Must Know About Hollywood’s Biggest Director

31 March 2017 11:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

We all know that Steven Spielberg floats at the top of the Hollywood food chain. He’s Hollywood’s most reliable director brand, and can get movies made that would never get a greenlight anywhere else — like Oscar-winning historical drama “Lincoln.”

How does he keep his enviable status, even at age 70?

1. Steven does what Steven wants.

Spielberg is a moving target, even for those at Amblin Entertainment who work closely with him every day. While he’s worth some $3 billion and likes to make money, his directing choices are driven by a complicated set of variables. He seeks to avoid any risk of failure. It all depends on where his confidence — and artistic drive — takes him. Is he ready to direct a commercial sequel (Disney’s “Indiana Jones 5” brings back Harrison Ford for one last bout in the title role for 2019) or a tentpole packed with innovative VFX (Warner Bros. »

- Anne Thompson

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Graham Yost on adapting 'The Code' and his new Amazon series 'Sneaky Pete'

19 January 2017 5:09 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Screenwriter of .Speed., showrunner of FX.s much-mourned .Justified. and all-round good guy Graham Yost talks to Harry Windsor about the streaming revolution, his new Amazon series .Sneaky Pete. and adapting ABC series .The Code...

This interview has been edited and condensed.

How did you start as a writer?

My first scripted job was writing things for Nickelodeon, working on one of their first scripted shows, Hey Dude. Then I got a job on a network show, Full House. That didn.t work out. I was always working on screenplays..

How did you get the Nickelodeon job?

It.s one of those stories. A friend was playing softball, there was a cute girl there, I became friends with her, then I found out she had a boyfriend. I met the boyfriend, he was editing for Nickelodeon, and he brought me in. They were looking for joke writers, I wrote jokes, »

- Harry Windsor

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‘Kate Can’t Swim’ Exclusive Trailer: Two Best Friends Struggle with a Waning Relationship in Slamdance Ensemble Drama

18 January 2017 12:05 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Slamdance Film Festival, Park City’s other film festival that runs parallel to Sundance, begins this Friday, January 20 and will feature a host of independent film premieres, including actor Josh Helman’s directorial debut “Kate Can’t Swim.” The film follows Kate (Celeste Arias), a dissatisfied writer who leaves the city to spend a secluded weekend away with her boyfriend (Grayson DeJesus), her best friend Em (Jennifer Allcott) and Em’s new lover (Helman). Watch an exclusive trailer for the film below.

Read More: Slamdance 2017: 13 Must-See Films At This Year’s Festival

“This film came out of a simple idea: how do we process the death of a friendship?” explains Helman “And the heart of our film is the relationship between Kate and Em — two independent spirits so deeply entwined that they would burn it all down to the ground for each other. We’ve all had relationships »

- Vikram Murthi

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