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“We can write, literally, about anything,” said La La Land actor and songwriter John Legend during The Hollywood Reporter‘s Songwriter Oscar Roundtable, “and I think it is actually helpful to have a script, to have something, a feeling that you’re trying to capture and a visual that you’re trying to match it with.”
opened up the world to me,” said Stone of her favorite performances from comedic greats John Candy and Steve Martin.”]
“Everybody’s goal is not the same in what we do, and everybody’s truth is not the same. So I think it’s fine to be us and be successful and try to be on the charts, or whatever you’re trying to do, but I think there’s a lot of beauty in just making the best music that you want to make that’s just honest and true,” said Legend when discussing his character in the Damien Chazelle film and explaining how art and truth relate to success.
More roundtables featuring actors and actresses, screenwriters, documentarians, directors, composers and producers will continue throughout February in print and online. Tune in to new episodes of Close Up With ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ starting Jan. 15 on Sundance TV, and look for clips at THR.com/topic/roundtables with full episodes on THR.com after broadcast.
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