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The March edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. This month's cover story is a pair of interviews, one with JERMAINE STEGALL about scoring COMING 2 AMERICA, starring Eddie Murphy, and the other with HENRY JACKMAN about his music to CHERRY, starring Tom Holland; plus, we announce the WINNERS of the INAUGURAL FSMIES, including video acceptance speeches from ALAN SILVESTRI, DANIEL PEMBERTON and more!

Also in this issue, Cary Wong and Vikram Lakhanpal face off in an Oscars-themed COUNTERPOINT; JOSEPH TRAPANESE tells us about Netflix's FINDING ’OHANA; ANNE NIKITIN casts her spell on FATE: THE WINX SAGA, also for Netflix; an archival special featuring a video interview with PATRICK DOYLE; an FSMies-themed EAR OF THE MONTH contest; lots of album reviews, including RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, MINARI and JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH; more embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy! 

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