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Industry trade magazine Variety is reporting that the score for The Dark Knight is back in contention for the Academy Awards!
On November 28th, I wrote that the Academy had disqualified the score because there were too many names on the cue sheet, which seemed like a pretty goofy reason to disqualify an excellent score created by two major composers in the business for a movie that is the highest grossing movie of the year and the second highest domestic grossing movie of all time.
Fortunately, it seems that the powers that be came to their senses and figured out how to make it work and for everyone to save face for what would have been a pretty wrong-headed decision!
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