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The November edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an ALEXANDRE DESPLAT double-header, with both a prose and audio interview covering a range of topics including PHILOMENA, MONUMENTS MEN, his recent GHENT CONCERT and original work for the CONCERT HALL. Also in this issue are an interview with ELLIOT GOLDENTHAL, who tackles Julie Taymor's latest incarnation of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM; BRIAN TYLER thunders his way into the THOR franchise; STEVE JABLONSKY plays with ENDER’S GAME; a report from the 2013 Billboard Film and TV Music Conference, including funny Randy Newman stories; a chat from Ghent with RIZ ORTOLANI; Cary Wong’s annual HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE; a terrifying TORN PAGES; a review of JW’s THE BOOK THIEF and much more.
 
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