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Topic - Spike Jonze
He's got Tonys and a Grammy. Now songwriter Robert Lopez is a little stunned that he might soon take home an Oscar.
Spike Jonze's "Her" and Billy Ray's "Captain Phillips" have earned top screenplay honors from the Writers Guild of America.
How often do you check your mobile phone each day? For many Americans, the act is now an instinct as much conscious decision. That notion is central to the high-concept premise of "Her," which cleverly posits a near future in which basically normal people have meaningful relationships with self-aware operating systems.
With "Hero," he said he hoped to create a gay superhero who was not, he said, a supporting character, victim or token.
"I decided I would write the definitive coming-of-age story of the world's first gay teen superhero," he said.