(PCM) Oscar buzz is steadily building around Disney’s musical Into the Woods. Based on the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical by Stephen Soundheim and the book by James Lapine, many pundits have Into the Woods on their shortlist for Best Soundtrack and Best Original Song nominees.
In anticipation of awards season, Disney has released a new clip from Into the Woods, giving fans some background and behind-the-scenes footage of the making of “Stay With Me,” sung by Meryl Streep as The Witch.
The new clip features James Lapine, author of Into the Woods, Stephen Soundheim, Tony Award-winning music and lyrics writer, and Meryl Streep all discussing “Stay With Me,” the song that will more than likely be nominated for Best Original Song.
“Stay With Me” is the Witch’s plea to her daughter, Rapunzel, imploring her to not leave their life together, warning her that while princes might wait outside their stone walls, … Read more
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