This week's edition of Film Music Weekly magazine features a very interesting new interview with KLAUS BADELT on TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES.
Here's a characteristic extract: "I think an earlier approach was to make it an all too serious, heavy and dark picture. When I saw it, I felt it had all the potential to have more fun without losing the integrity of the story, the brotherhood theme, and 'real story lines and emotions.' Kind of what I did with 'Pirates of the Caribbean' – there were a lot of spooky and dark aspects to it, but I tried always to keep the music fun and never overweight."
You can read the whole article by downloading the latest edition of the magazine for free via the magazine's official website at FilmMusicWeekly.com.
Composer Mark Mancina has just finished recording his score to the new action thriller, "Shooter". Reuniting with director Antoine Fuqua ("Training Day"), Mancina composed a tense and exciting score for the film and Soundtrack.net features a very interesting article with photos on the scoring sessions.
According to FilmMusicWeekly.com
Harry will score "Gone, Baby, Gone", a crime drama written and directed by Ben Affleck and starring Morgan Freeman, Casey Affleck, Robert Wahlberg, Michelle Monaghan and Ed Harris.
For more info and release date of the film, please visit the original source and download the latest edition of the magazine (March 5, 2007) for free.
The the Gorfaine-Schwartz Agency just released confirmation about this new assignment for composer Mark Mancina, an animated movie entitled "Sheepish" which is still under pre-production and will be directed by Kevin Johnson and Dan St. Pierre. Release comes from Starz Animation and 20th Century Fox.