According to the Los Angeles Time, Clint Eastwood is preparing to compose a new musical score for The Weinstein Co.'s Grace is Gone:

After viewing a screening of Grace Is Gone, Clint offered to compose a new musical score, which he's still busy doing now. The new score won't be laid down until close to the movie's debut at the New York Film Festival in September and in theaters in early October. Meantime, screening audiences are still hearing the old score by relative rookie Max Richter.

Earlier this year Harvey paid $4 million for Grace is Gone at Sundance, where it won the Audience Award and scriptwriter's prize after reducing viewers to puddles of tears. It features John Cusack as a dad who takes his daughters on a road trip while avoiding telling them that their soldier mom has died in Iraq.

The film arrives in select theatres on October 5th, 2007.