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Rodriguez fills second 'Bill'

20 November 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Filmmaker and burgeoning film composer Robert Rodriguez will compose music for pal Quentin Tarantino's upcoming Kill Bill-Vol. 2. The Texas-based filmmaker -- who not only writes and directs his movies but also edits, shoots, creates visual effects and composes them -- made the announcement Wednesday during the first day of the second annual Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film and TV Music Conference at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel. For most of his lecture, Rodriguez discussed how he made the leap from filmmaker to composer on such films as Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over. But he also talked of how composers need to empower themselves and try to get in earlier in the process. »

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'Bill' slays way to $25 mil; 'Boy!' benefits on holiday

15 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

It was a record tally at the boxoffice in North America during the four-day Columbus Day holiday weekend as the total for the 132 films tracked by The Hollywood Reporter registered $123.6 million. Although the increase was a slim 3% from the holiday session in 2002, which was the previous high for the frame, it was an increase nonetheless. The extra day at the boxoffice Monday, which is a legal holiday in the United States and Thanksgiving in Canada, made for a stronger Sunday and Monday compared with a regular three-day weekend. Nearly half of the nation's schools were out Monday, which gave a leg up to the family audience fare, in particular MGM's Good Boy! The PG-rated family film about dogs from outer space received a solid bump from Sunday to Monday. And Buena Vista's Finding Nemo was up 12% from the previous weekend despite losing theaters. But the top dog overall at the boxoffice this weekend was Miramax's Kill Bill-Vol. 1, which grossed $25.3 million during the four days to take the top spot. The ultraviolent martial arts actioner, starring Uma Thurman and directed and written by Quentin Tarantino, was cut from what was originally one picture. Kill Bill-Vol. 2 will be released in February. »

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