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How Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’ Crafted a Medieval World Through Costumes, Music and Lighting

Composer Harry Gregson-Williams, costume designer Janty Yates and cinematographer Dariusz Wolski are part of the team Ridley Scott rallies to make a “Ridley Scott” film. Whether they come on early in the process or later on, his key collaborators know how to deliver his vision. “The Last Duel” in theaters now, is set in the […]
Tags: News, Ridley Scott, Harry Gregson-Williams, Janty Yates, Dariusz Wolski, The Last Duel

The Last Duel Crew Share Their Ridley Scott Stories: 'He Doesn't Stop Until He Gets It' [Exclusive]

There are many reasons to look forward to "The Last Duel," ranging from the fact that it's a Ridley Scott movie and nothing more needs to be said (although I'm going to say more anyway, sorry!), to the current dearth of historical epics that used to be considered proven moneymakers and have made this film into a rarity, to the must-see appearances of both Matt Damon and Ben Affleck in medieval hair and makeup ... not to mention their significant contributions on the other side of the camera, as ...
Tags: Movies, News, Scotland, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Los Angeles, Ridley Scott, Gucci, Scott, Ridley, Pelham, Tony Scott, Yates, Harry Gregson Williams, Wolski, Janty Yates

House of Gucci: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) This November, Ridley Scott will bring the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci to the screen with House of Gucci. The star-studded drama stars Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, and it’s one of two big movies Scott has headed our way this year. Below, I’ve rounded up all the House of Gucci info we have for the moment. House of Gucc...
Tags: Milan, Movies, Salma Hayek, Lady Gaga, Ridley Scott, Gucci, Omar, Scott, Harry Gregson Williams, Patrizia, Jason Cloth, Dariusz Wolski, Patrizia Reggiani, Maurizio Gucci, Becky Johnson, Sara Gay Forden

The Last Duel: Release Date, Cast and Crew, and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) Ridley Scott, who shows no signs of slowing down despite being 83-years-old, has a new movie on the way. Technically, he has two new movies on the way, but we’re only here to talk about one of them – The Last Duel. Based on a true story, and the book by Eric Jager, Scott’s new movie finds him bringing audiences to 14th-century Fr...
Tags: Movies, France, Scotland, Matt Damon, Normandy, Paris, Ridley Scott, Nicole Holofcener, Telluride, Scott, Damon, Pierre, Marguerite, Harry Gregson Williams, Michael McElhatton, Charles VI

CS Score Interviews Jupiter’s Legacy Composer Stephanie Economou

Welcome to another edition of CS Score! This week we’ve got a great interview with Jupiter’s Legacy composer Stephanie Economou, who breaks down her scoring process and shares some unique insights into her fantastic score. We also take a look at La La Land Records’ re-release of Danny Elfman’s Darkman soundtrack. Let’s do this thing! NEWS Back in stock – *batteries not included (2CD). — Intrada (@IntradaCDs) May 4, 2021 New Intrada Release RIO CONCHOS. Completely...
Tags: Comics, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Interview, Abc, Horror, La, Tim Burton, Disney, Fox, Netflix, Soundtrack, Morocco, Paris, Army

CS Score Interviews The Clone Wars Composer Kevin Kiner!

CS Score interviews The Clone Wars composer Kevin Kiner! Hey there, film score lovers! You’re probably thinking, ‘What?! Two CS Scores in less than a week?’ Well, that’s because we’ve got a couple of awesome pieces for you to check out, including and awesome interview with The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch composer Kevin Kiner, who received an Emmy nomination for his work on the final episode of Clone Wars, titled “Victory and Death.” We also speak with Anne Nikitin about her work on Netflix’...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Mexico, Disney, Pink Floyd, Dave, Netflix, Atlantic, TV News, BAFTA, Johnny Flynn, Aliens, Miami, Brian, Mars

How Disney’s Live-Action ‘Mulan’ Score Honors the Old Songs While Adding New Themes

It’s a Thursday afternoon in December, and on the big screen at the Sony scoring stage, swords are flashing, arrows are flying and soldiers in ancient Chinese garb are spinning in midair. Composer Harry Gregson-Williams is conducting a 90-piece orchestra in his score for Disney’s “Mulan” (currently available on Disney Plus), the live-action remake of […]
Tags: Disney, Artisans, Production, Sony, Mulan, Harry Gregson Williams, Music for Screens

‘Mulan’ Music Video: Christina Aguilera Performs New Original Song ‘Loyal Brave True’

More than 2o years ago, Christina Aguilera performed the soaring ballad “Reflection,” written by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel for the soundtrack of Disney’s 1998 animated film Mulan, kickstarting her pop music career. “Reflection” was that rare Disney song to reflect contemporary pop sensibilities as well as being a damn good song, and deservedly went on to icon status. Now it seems Aguilera and Disney want to repeat the success of “Reflection” (for which Aguilera also recorded a new version...
Tags: Movies, Christina Aguilera, China, Disney, Williams, Mulan, Remakes, Video Clips, Caro, Aguilera, Imperial Army, Harry Gregson Williams, Matthew Wilder, Niki Caro, Disney/Pixar, Soundtracks

Mulan: Christina Aguilera Drops Music Video for ‘Loyal Brave True’ Track

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mulan: Christina Aguilera drops music video for ‘Loyal Brave True’ track Grammy winner Christina Aguilera has officially released the full music video for her newest single titled “Loyal Brave True” from the soundtrack of Walt Disney Studios‘ highly-anticipated live-action adaptation of Mulan. In addition to the new single, the upcoming film soundtrack, which is set to be released on September 4, will also feature a new version of Aguilera’s “Reflection” song. The film wi...
Tags: Video, Movies, Christina Aguilera, China, Disney, Mulan, Meg, Walt Disney Studios, Donnie Yen, Aguilera, Imperial Army, Singapore Malaysia, Harry Gregson Williams, Tung, Niki Caro, Movie News

Christina Aguilera Releases New ‘Mulan’ Song, Has ‘Reflection’ Reboot on Deck

Although the new remake of “Mulan” isn’t a musical like the original, one key music component from Disney’s animated version is back. Christina Aguilera has done her own remake of “Reflection,” which was her first single when she recorded it for the 1998 film. It’s joined on the forthcoming “Mulan” soundtrack (out March 25) by […]
Tags: News, Christina Aguilera, Disney, Mulan, Harry Gregson-Williams

Exclusive: Hear Two Tracks from Hulu’s ‘Catch-22’ Soundtrack

Lakeshore Records will release Catch-22 – Music From the Original Series digitally on May 17, coinciding with the premiere of the new Hulu miniseries from George Clooney and Grant Heslov. Ahead of that debut, we have two exclusive tracks from the Catch-22 soundtrack below, composed by Rupert Gregson-Williams and Harry Gregson-Williams – marking the brothers’ first collaboration together. Catch-22 Soundtrack – Basecamp At Dawn Catch-22 Soundtrack – John Yossarian Rupert Gregson-Will...
Tags: Movies, Snowden, Italy, Harry, George Clooney, Joseph Heller, Hulu, Lakeshore Records, Sampson, Rupert, Cathcart, Heller, Harry Gregson-Williams, Soundtracks, Yossarian, Catch-22

Soundtrack Review: The Meg

The Meg Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score The Meg by Harry Gregson-Williams. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 95.6 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 43.2 Album Excellence: 84.7% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? The Meg is a 2018 American-Chinese action horror comedy film directed by Jon Turteltaub and starring Jason Statham, Bingbing Li & Rainn Wilson. A deep-sea submersible–part of an international undersea observati...
Tags: Music, Horror, 2018, Taylor, Pacific, Jonas, Film Scores, 10s, Watertower Music, Meg, Zhang, Harry Gregson-Williams, Toshi, Jon Turteltaub, Gregson Williams, Jonas Taylor Jason Statham

Music Supervision and Sync Roundup: BlacKkKlansman, The Bold Type, Fallout 76 and More

In this every two week update from the Synchtank team, we'll review the important placements and major happenings in the wild and wonderful world of music supervision and music sync.  _______________________________ By Emma Griffiths of Synchtank and their Synchblog Film and TV BlacKkKlansman Features an Unreleased Prince Song on the Soundtrack, Spike Lee Reveals (IndieWire) “I knew that I needed an end-credits song,” Lee told Rolling Stone. “I’ve become very close with Troy Ca...
Tags: Music, UK, Berlin, US, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Nas, Chicago, Netflix, Bradley Cooper, Amsterdam, Roger Federer, Spike Lee, Rolling Stone, Hulu, Uproxx

Hans Zimmer to Score X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Hans Zimmer to score X-Men: Dark Phoenix Following 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, fan-favorite composter Hans Zimmer called it quits when it came to tights and capes. After composing the score for all three of Christopher Nolan’s Batman films, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, and co-scoring BvS with Junkie XL, he decided to hang up his cowl. Now, however, it would seem that he’s breaking out the mask one more time and will provide the score for the upcoming X-...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, James McAvoy, Batman, X-men, Phoenix, Evan Peters, Simon, Michael Kamen, Logan, Hans Zimmer, Collider, Zack Snyder, Simon Kinberg, Harry Gregson Williams, John Powell

Soundtrack Review: The Zookeeper’s Wife

The Zookeeper’s Wife Soundtrack Review: This a review of the film score The Zookeeper’s Wife by Harry Gregson-Williams. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 92.8 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 31.8 Album Excellence: 77.6% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? The Zookeeper’s Wife is a 2017 Czech-British-American war drama film directed by Niki Caro and starring Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh & Daniel Brühl. It is based on the novel of the...
Tags: Music, Drama, Poland, Resistance, Warsaw, 2017, Film Scores, 10s, Reich, Harry Gregson-Williams, Antonina, Diane Ackerman, Niki Caro, Veronica Guerin, Antonina Żabiński, Warsaw Zoo

Smith Global Media to Distribute Gnome Alone and Charming

Smith Global Media will distribute the animated features Gnome Alone and Charming Smith Global Media, the newly minted theatrical film distribution company, has today announced that they will distribute the upcoming animated features Gnome Alone and Charming. Both films were financed and produced by 3QU Media in association with SC Films International and created in Cinesite’s Montreal studio. “It is a huge coup for Smith Global Media to acquire two highly commercial films of this caliber,” s...
Tags: Movies, Kingdom, Sia, Wilmer Valderrama, Demi Lovato, Montreal, Prince Charming, George Lopez, Patrick Stump, Harry Smith, Chloe, Lenore, TROGGS, Harry Gregson Williams, Becky G, ComingSoon

Soundtrack Review: Live By Night

Live By Night Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score Live Bt Night by Harry Gregson-Williams. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 78.9 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 8.9 Album Excellence: 19.5% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? Live By Night is a 2016 American thriller film directed by Ben Affleck and starring Ben Affleck, Scott Eastwood, & Zoe Saldana. It is based on the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane. It’s the Ro...
Tags: Music, Ben Affleck, Thriller, Williams, Harry, 2016, Joe, Film Scores, 10s, Watertower Music, Albert, Boston Police, Harry Gregson Williams, Dennis Lehane

‘Arrival’ Ineligible for Best Original Score Oscar; See the Shortlist of Contenders

Johann Johannsson’s (Sicario) heart pounding Arrival score was disqualified as a contender in the Best Original Score category. The Academy deemed Leslie Barber‘s Manchester by the Sea and Kathryn Kluge’s Silence scores ineligible as well. They were ruled out for not being “substantial enough,” but the exclusion of Arrival had to do with Max Richter‘s “This Bitter Earth.” Below, check out the best original score shortlist. As stated by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ rules, ...
Tags: Movies, America, Dave, Manchester, Silence, Jim Jarmusch, Benghazi, Academy Awards, Pharrell Williams, Maggie, John Williams, Jackie, Griffin, Alice, Trent Reznor, Nick Cave

Last Fortnight In Music Supervision and Sync 10.10.16

 A run through of the latest and greatest news in sync licensing and music supervision over   the past fortnight, courtesy of Synchblog.   Film and TV The musicians behind Luke Cage on creating a 'timeless' sound and the lack of opportunities for black composers (Vulture)  When Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad first signed on to score Netflix’s Luke Cage, they didn’t consider how the show would consume their day-to-day lives. The two are legendary — Muhammad was a founding memb...
Tags: Publishing, Video, Music, Hbo, Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna, Snowden, Amc, Atlanta, Netflix, Paris, Oliver Stone, Willie Nelson, Ice Cube, Volkswagen, Mafia

Soundtrack Review: The Legend Of Tarzan

The Legend Of Tarzan Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score The Legend Of Tarzan by Rupert Gregson-Williams. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 87 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 23.6 Album Excellence: 36.3% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? The Legend Of Tarzan is a 2016 American action adventure film directed by David Yates and starring Alexander Skarsgård, Rory J. Saper & Christian Stevens. It’s been nearly a decade sinc...
Tags: Music, Africa, Action, 2016, Zimmer, Film Scores, 10s, Watertower Music, Victorian England, John Scott, David Newman, Jane, Hans Zimmer, Leopold, Harry Gregson Williams, Tarzan

Soundtrack Review: Confirmation

Confirmation Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score Confirmation by Harry Gregson-Williams. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 72 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 0 Album Excellence: 0% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? Confirmation is a 2016 American political thriller television film directed by Rick Famuyiwa and starring Kerry Washington, Wendell Pierce & Greg Kinnear. Confirmation takes a look behind the curtain of Washi...
Tags: Music, Drama, Washington, Netflix, House, 2016, Film Scores, 10s, Lakeshore Records, Anita Hill, Frank Underwood, Beal, Clarence Thomas Supreme Court, Harry Gregson Williams, Jeff Beal, Rick Famuyiwa

‘Batman v Superman,’ ‘Deadpool’ Scores Give Superhero Status to Hans Zimmer Acolyte

People know Hans Zimmer as an Oscar-winning, much-in-demand composer. But there’s another side to the creator of scores for such films as “Interstellar,” “Gladiator” and “The Lion King”: Zimmer is a veritable mentoring machine, with many of his apprentices launching successful solo careers, including John Powell (the “Bourne” films), Harry Gregson-Williams (“The Martian”), Lorne Balfe... Read more »
Tags: Superman, Artisans, Production, Batman, Deadpool, Mad Max: Fury Road, Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson Williams, John Powell, Junkie XL, Batman v. Superman, Hans Zimmer Acolyte

Top 100 Most Popular Soundtrack Reviews Of 2015

Welcome to the top 100 most viewed posts of 2015, starting from the most popular post all the way to number 100. All with clickable links to the actual review! Is your favorite score featured? Enjoy! 1. Interstellar (Hans Zimmer) 2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens (John Williams) 3. The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt (Marcin Przybyłowicz & Mikolai Stroinski) 4. Mad Max: Fury Road (Tom Holkenborg) ...
Tags: Feature, America, List, Top 100, Ranking, John Williams, James Newton Howard, Ennio Morricone, Alexandre Desplat, Alan Silvestri, Lorne Balfe, Soundtrack Reviews, James Horner, Joseph Trapanese, Bear Mccreary, Alberto Iglesias

HBO First Look: DUNKIN

HBO First Look: DUNKIN 12:21 DUNKIN is a movie about tough white people who live in Boston. Ben Affleck made it. To watch the first 60 seconds of the film, follow this link: *Soundtrack Credits (in order of "appearance") GOMORRA LA SERIE - Theme from Trailer (Sky Atlantic) GOODBYE (WITH SOAP & SKIN) - Apparat ENEMY - Fesliyan Studios TAKE DOWN - Fesli...
Tags: Hbo, Parody, Boston, Atlantic, Dropkick Murphys, Howard Shore, Dunkin, Harry Gregson Williams, David Buckley, Boston Ben Affleck, Fesliyan Studios, Fesliyan Studios YouTube

'The Equalizer' Music By Harry Gregson-Williams Soundtrack Album Review

In the late 80's, CBS aired what would become a popular action television series called The Equalizer that starred Edward Woodward as Robert McCall, a simple looking guy who also happens to be an expert in helping people. In this film adaptation of the hit series, Oscar Winner Denzel Washington plays McCall, a man who believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life in New Orleans.
Tags: Cbs, Denzel Washington, Harry Gregson Williams, McCall, Robert McCall, Edward Woodward