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Topic - Matt Berninger
Matt Berninger had some good-natured fighting words for his competitors in the alternative album category at the Grammys.
The Tribeca Film Festival will open with a documentary about the National, along with a performance by the Brooklyn band.
The members of The National loved the movie "Win Win." In fact, the rockers loved it so much that when director Tom McCarthy asked them to write music for it, they were a little worried their song might not live up to expectations.
The timing was perfect, he added, because the band isn't quite ready to create the follow-up to 2010's "High Violet."
Though it was the first time they had written specifically for a film, Berninger said it wasn't difficult.