2004 award nominations (by the Film Music Critics Jury):
BEST ORIGINAL ACTION/ADVENTURE MOTION PICTURE SCORE - The Bourne Supremacy (John Powell) - The Incredibles (Michael Giacchino) - King Arthur (Hans Zimmer) - Spider-Man 2 (Danny Elfman) - Van Helsing (Alan Silvestri)
BEST ORIGINAL COMEDY MOTION PICTURE SCORE - Lemony Snicket?s Series of Unfortunate Events (Thomas Newman) - Shrek 2 (Harry Gregson-Williams) - Sideways (Rolfe Kent) - Team America: World Police (Harry Gregson-Williams) - The Terminal (John Williams)
BEST ORIGINAL TELEVISION SCORE - Desperate Housewives (Steve Bartek/Danny Elfman) - Earthsea (Jeff Rona) - Helter Skelter (Mark Snow) - Lost (Michael Giacchino) - Salem?s Lot (Christopher Gordon/Lisa Gerrard)
The 62nd Golden Globe Awards presented the award to Howard SHORE for his work on The Aviator by Martin SCORSESE. Hans ZIMMER who won the award in 2001 for Gladiator (but Tan Dun won the Oscar the same year for Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) was nominated for SPANGLISH from director James L. BROOKS. Maybe a next chance for the Oscars on february the 27th. We have to wait until January the 25th. to know who will be the nominees...
Klaus BADELT has co-composed the score for the next Keanu REEVES' movie CONSTANTINE. A great collaboration with a great and very interesting composer Brian TYLER. After Batman Begins which brings together Hans ZIMMER and James Newton HOWARD the collaboration seems to be a good way to score films in 2005 for our enjoyment.
The CD will be released by Varese on February, the 15th.