For Greenwood and Anderson, a crescendo in 'Phantom Thread'

FILE - This April 14, 2012 file photo shows Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead performing at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. G

FILE - This May 13, 2008, file photo shows Radiohead band member Jonny Greenwood in Washington. Greenwood is nominated for an Oscar for original score

This image released by Focus Features shows actor Daniel Day-Lewis, left, and director Paul Thomas Anderson on the set of "Phantom Thread." Anderson

In this image released by Focus Features, Vicky Krieps, left, and Daniel Day-Lewis appear in a scene from "Phantom Thread." The film was nominated for

NEW YORK (AP) — Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood is going to the Oscars.

Greenwood is nominated for his first Academy Award for his score to Paul Thomas Anderson's "Phantom Thread." It's their fifth collaboration together. Though widely viewed as one of the best scores of the last two decades, Greenwood's score to 2007's "There Will Be Blood" was ruled ineligible for the Oscars since it was partly based on a preexisting piece of music by Greenwood.

But "Phantom Thread" marks a new crescendo for both their collaboration, and for Greenwood as a composer. The film is up for six Oscars.

While Greenwood has been noncommittal about attending the March 4 ceremony, Anderson promises he'll be there.