"I've been very lucky in that I have ongoing relationships with a number of directors," says Poster, whose frequent collaborators also include Sam Mendes (Revolutionary Road, Skyfall) and Martin Scorsese (The Aviator, The Wolf of Wall Street). "But what's unique about my relationship with Wes is that we get a lot done between the movies. I'm one of his first audiences in terms of the scripts. On Rushmore for instance, we started out with this notion that all the British invasion bands‚ those rebel rock and rollers that wore suits and ties‚ we made a connection between those artists and Max Fisher. And the Faces' 'Ooh La La' still gives me the chills. It still surprises me, how much joy I get out of hearing Ronnie Lane singing at the end of this movie."