'Catch-22' Composers Harry and Rupert Gregson-Williams Featured in 'Behind the Screen' Podcast

George Clooney's Hulu miniseries marks the brothers' first collaboration.
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Rupert Gregson-Williams (left) and Harry Gregson-Williams

Composers Harry Gregson-Williams and Rupert Gregson-Williams are featured in a new episode of The Hollywood Reporter's Behind the Screen podcast series.

The brothers collaborated for the first time on Hulu's six-part miniseries Catch-22. During this conversation, they discuss the score for the project and working with executive producers, directors and writers George Clooney and Grant Heslov. The miniseries is based on Joseph Heller's 1961 satirical novel of the same name, which is set during World War II and follows U.S. Air Force bombardier John Yossarian.

The two award-winning composers were born in England to a musical family.

Harry's work includes the four installments of the animated Shrek franchise (he garnered a BAFTA Award nomination for the first film). He also received Golden Globe and Grammy nominations for his score for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Additional credits include Gone Baby Gone, Unstoppable, Prometheus and The Martian.

Rupert received an Emmy nomination for Netflix’s The Crown, a European Film Award for Hotel Rwanda and an Annie Award nomination for Bee Movie. His credits also include Hacksaw Ridge, Wonder Woman and Aquaman.

Hosted by THR tech editor Carolyn Giardina, Behind the Screen features composers, cinematographers, editors and other talent behind the making of motion pictures and series programming.

Hear it all below on Behind the Screen — and be sure to subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode.