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I have a playlist on Spotify that I listen to while reading my books and I had “It’s Complicated” track from “The Holiday” movie and other tracks from this movie on that playlist and enjoyed listening to it very much. But it’s been a few months that it has become unavailable on Spotify and I don’t understand why since other albums are accessible from Hans Zimmer except for this album, there’s only one track available in The Holiday album. I’ve contacted the Spotify for help but they said it has nothing to do with Spotify. I really like that track and I’d be grateful if it became available again. Thank you for your amazing music!@Hybrid<br>Snyder said on Vero a while back that the score was fully complete. Did Tom record with an orchestra or was it just the demos?<br><br>I have a good feeling we’ll see Snyder’s vision sooner or later, it seems like the push from the fans/celebs has genuinely had an impact.Don't remove this page. The score itself is competent, and I think this page should stay up to remind us of the garbage fire this film was.it doesn’t play chronologically?Anything New about the tracklist ?
Ramin's the only factor that's been consistent all throughout these shows whether its Game of Thrones or Westworld,he has constantly amazed every time.You're right Hybrid, remove this page, this abomination don't deserve a place here.No problem.Thanks so much!!!Nope, all you need is to go here:<br>https:// www.ascap.com /repertory#ace
Stupid question, but do you have to pay to gain membership into ASCAP before seeing cue credits?Correct.Thanks! Just credits, though, I presume - no music files/sound?Dumb thing to rumour but okay...So Pinar Toprak didn't work on the Wonder Woman cue after all? That rumor was all over the place...
If the time ever comes ;(I should remove this page.<br><br>This infamy doesn't belong here. Love you Geoff but sorry... lol<br><br><br>I'll rather add the page for Zack Snyder's Justice League, when the time comes, hopefully...Composer credits for this:<br><br>Danny Elfman, T.J. Lindgren<br><br>BATMAN ON THE ROOF<br><br><br>Danny Elfman, Geoff Zanelli<br><br>THE AMAZON MOTHER BOX<br>ANTI-HERO'S THEME<br><br><br>Danny Elfman, Geoff Zanelli, T.J. Lindgren<br><br>THE TUNNEL FIGHT<br>THE FINAL BATTLE (John Williams)<br><br><br>Danny Elfman, Pinar Toprak<br><br>HIPPOLYTA'S ARROW<br>FRIENDS AND FOES (John Williams)<br><br><br>Danny Elfman (Hans Zimmer)<br><br>WONDER WOMAN RESCUEWhat about his last cover of "Wicked Games"? What a great surprise! Actually, all the themes are being updated every week. Ramin's stealing the show again!Greetings! I have a question regarding the placement of certain cues. Here, "Mycroft Is Nude" is placed where it plays in the film. However, on the sheets, it's shown as being after "Paris Bombing Investigation." Was the scene originally supposed to be later in the film? I'd be curious to know.
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  2008, November 16
The Dark Knight's Score Disqualified From Oscar Consideration




> Hans Zimmer marching to his own tune
Composer discusses his beef with Academy rules
By Hillary Crosley, Billboard




"Like it or not, The Dark Knight is going to keep popping up in headlines all the way through to the Oscars in February, so just be prepared. This latest news is rather disappointing for those who were a fan of Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard's score - that even I'd been strongly supporting since June. The executive committee of the Academy music branch has disqualified their score from Oscar consideration this year. This actually happened to their Batman Begins score in 2005 as well, so this isn't the first time. The Academy's reason behind the disqualification states that five names were listed as composers, and Zimmer and Howard were only credited for "more than 60%, but less than 70%" of the score."
> See full article at firstshowing.net


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  2008, November 15
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  2008, November 12
Interview Wolfram de Marco

German composer Wolfram de Marco moved in 1999 to LA, capital of the international film industry. As a composer he had alot of experience in writing music for tv films, tv/cinema commercials and corporate commercials. For the latter he won an award. In 2003 he started to collaborate with composer Klaus Badelt, for whom he wrote some additional music and took care of the arrangements. In 2005 Wolfram wrote the score to The Wedding Party. His latest film is Loft, a belgian thriller, directed by Eric Van Looy, story by Bart De Pauw. This film is currently the number 1 film in Belgium.

> www.filmmusicsite.com


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  2008, November 11


Behind the music of Gears Of War 2 : Interview with composer Steve Jablonsky and Epic GAmes Audio Director Mike Larson
> www.music4games.net <


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  2008, November 07
Hans ZIMMER / James Newton HOWARD

Pre-order this album & more details
at TheDarkKnightScore.com




  2008, November 05
Jim Dooley signs on to score Obsessed starring Beyonce, Ali Larter, and Idris Elba. Release date in theaters February 27, 2009 !

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  2008, November 02
MOTION PICTURE SOUND EDITORS SOUND SHOW


  Richard King, Hans Zimmer & Alex Gibson


Thanks to our founder member Etienne Grignon, we can present you a look of the exploration of the sonic world of this summer's blockbuster Batman movie THE DARK KNIGHT presented last October 27th at the Egyptian Theatre, Los Angeles

Oscar and Golden Reel winning supervising sound editor/sound designer Richard King ("War of the Worlds" "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" "Signs") as he presents his process of creating the film's soundscape. Excerpts of the movie were presented with special "pre-dubb" mixes to illustrate the variety of elements used to create an environment of serious sound.

  

Also in the mix: award winning music editor Alex Gibson ("Natural Born Killers" "The Prestige" "John Adams") with very special guest Hans Zimmer who revealed the way the musical score was shaped to fit the dark narrative of good and evil.

As an extra special attraction, all of the sound was played through a state-of-the-art audio system developed by Meyer Sound Laboratories so that you could hear every subtle and explosive element.



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