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The massive June edition of FSM ONLINE is now live, and ready for your perusal. In this issue, the cover story is an interview with Michael Giacchino in which he discusses not only last week's box-office champ, SUPER 8, but CARS 2 and MONTE CARLO. Also in this issue are HENRY JACKMAN on his contribution to X-MEN: FIRST CLASS; on the eve of Bernard Herrmann's 100th birthday, a detailed look at his score for THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL; special, exclusive audio of the alternate “Thor Kills the Destroyer” cues from PATRICK DOYLE'S THOR; ROLFE KENT discussing his work on MR. POPPER'S PENGUINS; the conclusion of our ALEXANDRE DESPLAT BUYER'S GUIDE (loaded with audio samples); a STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT SCORE RESTORE; inside the ROYAL PHILHARMONIC'S FILM MUSIC GALA; an examination of the collaboration between AKIRA KUROSAWA and composer FUMIO HAYASAKA; a MICHAEL KAMEN-themed Ear of the Month contest; a theme-park-styled WONG'S TURN; more embedded audio clips, downloadable video and more.
 
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