Composer Marc Shaiman (Hairspray, Mary Poppins Returns, Sleepless in Seattle, Sister Act, City Slickers) is reteaming with director Rob Reiner on the upcoming documentary Albert Brooks: Defending My Life. The film centers on comedian, actor and filmmaker Albert Brooks and features interviews with Larry David, Ben Stiller, Judd Apatow, Conan O’Brien, James L. Brooks, Chris Rock, among others. Reiner is also producing the Castle Rock Entertainment production with Matthew George (Wind River, A Private War) and Michele Singer (Shock and Awe). Shaiman has previously collaborated with Reiner on most of the filmmaker’s directorial efforts, including When Harry Met Sally…, MiseryA Few Good Men, The American President and The Bucket List. The composer has confirmed involvement in a recent interview with Variety. No word yet on a premiere or release date for Albert Brooks: Defending My Life.

Shaiman’s other recent projects include the Broadway stage musical Some Like It Hot, for which he received a Tony Award nomination earlier this month. The project’s original cast recording album was released digitally in March and a CD version (to be released on July 21) and vinyl edition (coming out later this year) are now available for pre-order here.