Dan Deacon, who's been tapped to score Francis Ford Coppola's next film, tells Pitchfork he was skeptical about visiting the legendary filmmaker's home in Napa Valley. "As the plane was landing from Baltimore into Oakland," says Deacon, "I started thinking, `What if this is one of those insane kidnapping scams?! What if this is just the new 'You inherited a million dollars!'?' But the driver that picked me up wasn't an insane kidnapping person." Instead of being held for ransom, Deacon hung out for a few days and found Coppola to be "laid-back and insanely welcoming." You can read the entire interview here.