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Rob Marshall

“When you’re working on a film musical, you really have to make it work as a film,” says Rob Marshall, the Oscar-nominated director of Chicago, whose latest movie, Nine, is based on the 1982 Broadway musical hit. “Bob Fosse threw away two of the main characters in his film of Cabaret. Fortunately Maury Yeston gave me carte blanche on Nine. That’s not easy to do when you’ve created something ...

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