Rolfe Kent revealed at a composer panel at this year’s Los Angeles Film Festival that he has already started work on Jason Reitman’s coming-of-age drama Labor Day. The film stars Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, Gattlin Griffiths, Lucas Hedges, Alexie Gilmore and Micah Fowler. The movie based on the novel by Joyce Maynard (To Die For) and adapted for the screen by Reitman follows a 13-year old boy who must care for his reclusive mother while dealing with the typical troubles of adolescence. Reitman is producing the Indian Paintbrush production with Helen Estabrook, Liane Halfon & Russell Smith (Juno, Ghost World). The film marks Kent’s fourth collaboration with the director following Thank You for Smoking, Up in the Air and last year’s Young Adult. Labor Day has just started production earlier this month and is expected to be released in 2013 by Paramount Pictures.

As previously reported, Kent has also scored the crime comedy Gambit starring Colin Firth, Alan Rickman and Cameron Diaz, which is currently scheduled to be released on October 12, 2012. Also coming up for the composer is the French film The Scapegoat (Au bonheur des ogres). The movie is directed by Nicolas Bary and stars Berenice Bejo (The Artist) as an investigative journalist, alongside Raphael Personnaz and Emir Kusturica. Dimitri Rassam (Upside Down) is producing the project based on the classic novel by Daniel Pennac.