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Even More Obi-Wan Kenobi Set Pictures Tease a Mystery Role

Something gets glitchy with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Andy Muschietti teases The Flash’s new suit for Barry. There’s trouble ahead in Alexandria for The Walking Dead’s final season. Plus, a new clip from F9, and Kevin Smith talks Masters of the Universe: Revelation influences. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Fiction, Walking Dead, Netflix, Ubisoft, Barry, Masters Of The Universe, Gerard Butler, Clive Barker, Hellraiser, Alexandria, Obi, Colin Trevorrow, Spider Man, John Cena


Jurassic World: Dominion's First Footage Will Play With F9 in IMAX Theaters

Life has found a way and fans are going to get their first look at next year’s Jurassic World: Dominion very soon. Universal Studios will debut a “special extended preview of the film” exclusive to IMAX theaters attached to the upcoming film F9, and it’ll bring us to a time we’ve never seen in the Jurassic franchise:…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Jurassic Park, Imax, Jurassic World, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Chris Pratt, Smith, Michael Crichton, Universal Studios, Colin Trevorrow, Jeff Goldblum, Michael Giacchino, Sam Neill, Dominion


Four Women Running for Academy Music Branch Governor, a First in Oscars History

For the first time in Oscar history, four women are running for governor of the music branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Variety has learned. Lesley Barber, Sharon Farber, Heather McIntosh and Taura Stinson are vying for the seat that will shortly be vacated by composer Michael Giacchino, who has been […]
Tags: News, Awards, Oscars, Michael Giacchino, Taura Stinson, Music for Screens, Academy of Motion Picture Arts Sciences Variety, Lesley Barber Sharon Farber Heather McIntosh


Colin Trevorrow Shared Some Of Michael Giacchino's Jurassic World: Dominion Score, And It's Terrifying

Jurassic World: Dominion can't be that scary, can it?
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Superhero Bits: ‘Justice League’ Plot Hole Explained, Daisy Ridley Responds to ‘Spider-Woman’ Rumors & More

Want to see WonderCon panels for Invincible and Batwoman from last weekend? Will Danny Elfman use Michael Giacchino‘s Doctor Strange theme? What t-shirt did Nathan Fillion sport on The Suicide Squad set? What did Daisy Ridley have to say about Spider-Woman rumors? Did you know Wyatt Russell auditioned to be Captain America before Chris Evans landed the part? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. WonderCon brought together the creators and cast of Amazon’s Invincible series f...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Superman, America, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Batwoman, Avengers, X-men, Doctor Strange, Vfx, Chris Evans, Falcon, Daisy Ridley, Evan Peters, Ridley


Danny Elfman is Composing the Score for ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is already one of our most anticipated sequels in the works from the Marvel Cinematic Universe because Spider-Man director Sam Raimi will be at the helm. But the filmmaker won’t be the only talent from Sony’s webslinging film franchise involved with Marvel’s mystical sequel. Composer Danny Elfman, who scored both Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 for Sam Raimi and Batman and Batman Returns for Tim Burton, has confirmed that he will be providing the score fo...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Sequels, Sony, Justice League, Batman, Andrew Garfield, Avengers, Doctor Strange, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios, Sam-Raimi, Michael Giacchino, Danny Elfman, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar


‘Soul’ Filmmakers on That Big Emotional Moment, the Cat Conundrum, and More [Interview]

Soul marks another step forward for Pixar into fascinating narrative storytelling that is not only meant for young children. In fact, this may be the least kid-centric movie they’ve made in quite some time. Don’t get me wrong – the movie is very good and has plenty of the typical Pixar qualities we’ve come to expect from that studio. But a film about a middle school band teacher who finally gets his big break in music, only to quickly fall into a manhole and be whisked away to another plane of ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Interviews, China, Disney, Features, Soul, Animation, Korea, Oakland, Pixar, Mike Jones, Ryan Coogler, Terry, Walt Disney, Trent Reznor


Michael Giacchino Shares His Favorite Music: St. Vincent, Paul McCartney, and Much More

Michael Giacchino has a swanky workplace. Due to the pandemic, the Oscar-winning film composer is working from his personal studio, which looks straight out of the 1950s at first glance – it’s filled with instruments, warm colors, and nostalgia. Childhood toys from Spider-Man, Star Trek, Speed Racer, and Planet of the Apes are present in his cabinets, which help keep the composer inspired. Earlier this year, Giacchino went into his studio to produce his debut album, “Travelogue Vol 1,” along wi...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Boston, George Harrison, The Beatles, Features, New Jersey, Paul Mccartney, James Taylor, John, St. Vincent, Mccartney, Jain, PAUL, Hollywood Bowl, Rolling Stones


Revisiting ‘Sky High,’ Disney’s Family-Friendly Superhero Film That Was Ahead of Its Time

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) For over a decade now, Disney has dominated the superhero film market thanks to the colossal success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But in the early 2000s, the thought of audiences getting not one, but multiple superhero movies each year was unthinkable, and a superhero movie that connected to a larger world of other heroes was but a mere wishful thought. Except D...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Huntress, Nolan, Avengers, Kurt Russell, Mike, Michael Giacchino, McCorkle, Sky High, Mike Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Killer Frost, Danielle Panabaker, Lynda Carter


CS Score Reviews Solo: A Star Wars Story Deluxe Edition Soundtrack & More!

CS Score Reviews Solo: A Star Wars Story Deluxe Edition Soundtrack & More! Welcome back, film score lovers! This week we’ve got quite the lineup. First, we take a deep dive into the recently released Solo: A Star Wars Story Deluxe Edition Soundtrack by John Powell and John Williams, which is available to stream digitally on all major platforms. Next is an interview with composer Guillaume Roussel, who spoke with CS Score about his beautiful work on the Disney+ film Black Beauty. And finally,...
Tags: Games, Movies, CS Score, Cyberpunk 2077, Movie News, Movie Scores, Soundtracks, Star Wars, Video Game News


‘Star Trek’ Composer Michael Giacchino Heads Back Into Space for a Sci-Fi-Themed Solo Album

Composer Michael Giacchino has finally managed to realize a long-held dream: his first solo album, released Friday, which combines science-fiction storytelling with lounge music and an overall theme that is unexpectedly relevant to our times. It’s called simply “Travelogue, Volume 1,” and is credited to “Michael Giacchino and his Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra.” Mondo is releasing […]
Tags: News, Star Trek, Michael Giacchino, Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra Mondo


Composer Michael Giacchino Shares the Genesis of His Debut Album and Why He Leans on Hope [Interview]

Academy-award winning composer Michael Giacchino has finally made his debut album. Travelogue Volume 1 by Michael Giacchino and his Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra tells the story of an alien’s journey on Earth. Each song opens with a narration of the alien describing her experience before Giacchino and his orchestra launch into snappy, melancholic, or adventurous foot-tapping and finger-snapping tunes. The album is a throwback to the old radio shows the composer grew up loving, the sound both nos...
Tags: London, Movies, Interviews, Spider-Man, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Features, Coachella, Pixar, Ben Schwartz, Patton Oswalt, Mondo, J.j. Abrams, Royal Albert Hall, Michael Giacchino, Les Baxter


The Suicide Squad’s John Cena Spinoff TV Series Gains Another Familiar Face

Michael Giacchino talks swinging back into action for Spider-Man 3's soundtrack. The Strange Talent of Luther Strode is getting a movie adaptation. Rami Malek teases the villainous complexity of his No Time to Die villain. Plus, a look at the Gremlins animated series, and what’s to come on the Walking Dead spinoffs.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Walking Dead, Suicide Squad, Are You Afraid Of The Dark, Brave New World, Spell, John Cena, Fear The Walking Dead, Rami Malek, Michael Giacchino, What If, The Cellar, His Dark Materials, Spider Man 3, Goonies 2, Moonbase 8


Superhero Bits: ‘Superman & Lois’ Premiere Date, New ‘Moon Knight’ Character Details & More

When will The Flash, Batwoman, Black Lightning, and Superman & Lois premiere on The CW? Who is composing the score for the Marvel What If…? series? Do you remember the American Express ads with Jerry Seinfeld and Superman? What other characters can we expect to see in Marvel’s Moon Knight series? Is Michael Giacchino coming back to score Spider-Man 3?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. A new series of Funko POPs featuring Marvel Comics characters as luchadores is getting i...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Harry Potter, American Express, Suicide Squad, Black Widow, Harley Quinn, Batwoman, Jerry Seinfeld, Batman, Hulk, Shazam, Lois, Michael Giacchino, Constantine


Composer Michael Giacchino is Working With Paul McCartney on an Animated Movie

Film composer Michael Giacchino and Sir Paul McCartney, best known for an obscure rock group called The Beatles, have been working on an animated film together. Giacchino, who’s the Oscar-winning composer behind Up and Star Trek, is hopeful we’ll see the film one day. Unless we’re mistaken, the jovial composer is possibly alluding to a McCartney-Netflix project called High in the Clouds. We recently spoke to Giacchino about his debut solo album, Travelogue Volume 1, which is a pure delight t...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Paul Mccartney, Gaumont, Mccartney, Gaga, Rolling Stone Magazine, Michael Giacchino, Philip Ardagh, Giacchino, Gretsch, Timothy Reckart, Jon Croker, McCartney Netflix, Geoff Dunbar, Lady Gaga Over


Water Cooler: Rebecca, Hubie Halloween, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Star Trek: Picard, Hausu, and More

On the October 16, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about what they’ve been up to at the virtual water cooler. Opening Banter : Peter’s away, but the staff will play.   At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Chris has a new 21st Century Spielberg episode . Please listen to it.  Hoai-Tran loves Spoc...
Tags: Movies, Rebecca, Spielberg, Chris, Taco Bell, Peter, Ben, Brad, Jacob, Ben Pearson, Michael Giacchino, Ben Wheatley, David Grann, Hitchcock, Clint Mansell, Jacob Hall


‘Lost’: Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse Answered Fan Questions 10 Years After the Finale [NYCC]

Ten years after the emotional and divisive series finale of ABC’s Lost, MTV’s Josh Horowitz hosted a New York Comic Con panel looking back on the phenomenal sci-fi adventure series. Showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse dropped by to confirm a new piece of canon and address how the show would be different if they were making it in 2020, what aspect of working on the series they’re most nostalgic for, and much more. Check out the full panel, or just get the highlights, below. The fan ...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Abc, Sci-fi, Lost, Harvard, Mtv, Hawaii, Will Smith, Hulu, Steve, Damon-Lindelof, Carlton, Andy


Listen: Michael Giacchino’s First Single From His Debut Solo Album

Earlier this year, we saw the first short film from Oscar and Emmy-winning composer Michael Giacchino, entitled Monster Challenge. Now he’s pushing into new creative territory again, this time by releasing his first-ever non-soundtrack album. It’s a concept album called Travelogue Volume 1, and you can listen to the jazzy first single below. Michael Giacchino is among the best composers of the 21st century. His work includes the scores for movies like The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Star Trek, ...
Tags: Movies, Vinyl, Batman, Mondo, Michael Giacchino, Giacchino, CD/DVD, Janina Gavankar, Travelogue Volume 1, Novelle Modernica Orchestra, CalArts Animation Program, Joey Karwal Lorenzo Fresta, Bruno Cohen Castelnuovo, Henry Abrams J J, Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra Travelogue Volume, Henry Abrams


‘The Batman’ Trailer Breakdown: All the Clues and Details You May Have Missed

The Batman trailer arrived during DC FanDome, and it did not disappoint. Even though Matt Reeves and company only shot a small portion of the film before having to shut down production due to coronavirus, the filmmaker was still able to cut together a solid, atmospheric look at the latest take on the Dark Knight. It has the trappings we’d expect from a Batman flick: it’s moody, it’s gothic, it has lots of scenes of people standing in the rain. But it also looks different. Grungier. Scarier. It ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Fbi, Gotham, Robert-Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Penguin, Colin-Farrell, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Nolan, Richard, Warner Brothers, Peter Sarsgaard, Alfred, Paul Dano


Nirvana’s “Something In The Way” Soundtracks First The Batman Trailer

The first trailer for The Batman is here and, in true movie trailer trend fashion, it features a moody reworking of a recognizable song. In this case, its of Nirvana's Nevermind closing track "Something In The Way," which is mashed together with Michael Giacchino's score for the movie. More »
Tags: Music, News, Robert Pattinson, Nirvana, Michael Giacchino, Matt Reeves


CS Score Reviews the Planet of the Apes: Original Series Soundtrack Collection

CS Score Reviews the Planet of the Apes: Original Series Soundtrack Collection We’re back with another round of CS Score, folks! This week we’re taking a look at the massive Planet of the Apes: Original Series Soundtrack Collection from La-La Land Records, 20th Century Fox, Fox Music, and Varèse Sarabande, as well as unveiling two exclusive tracks from Netflix’s The Kissing Booth 2 soundtrack, and presenting an interview with composer Simon Taufique, who discusses his score for the upcoming ...
Tags: Hbo, New York, London, Movies, California, Boston, Tim Burton, Los Angeles, Noah, Netflix, Liberty, Tokyo, Ridley Scott, Taylor, Planet Of The Apes, Elle


The Top 10 Superhero Scores of All Time

The Top 10 Superhero Scores of All Time We live in a day and age where superhero films are a dime a dozen. It wasn’t always like that. Where Marvel more or less makes big-budget TV shows, Richard Donner, Sam Raimi and Tim Burton paved the way for superheroes with films like Superman: The Movie, Spider-Man and Batman. Sure, some of those films don’t hold up as well today, but, at the time, they were groundbreaking cinema. Part of what made them so special was the music that served as the hero...
Tags: Music, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Marvel, Superman, Tim Burton, Gotham, Williams, James Bond, Batman, Warner Bros, Avengers, Krypton, Tobey Maguire, John Williams, Michael Keaton


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Lost’ is an Intriguing, Game-Changing Piece of TV History

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Show: Lost Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: A plane crashes on a mysterious tropical island, and the survivors quickly realize they’re not alone. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: Even setting aside the timely aspect of the second season’s quarantine subplot for one of its characters, now is a great time to revisit Lost – ...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Features, Lost, Damon Lindelof, Don, J J Abrams, Michael Giacchino, Featured Stories Sidebar, The Quarantine Stream


Watch: Creating the Unconventional Music of ‘Becky’, the Indie Thriller Starring Kevin James as a Villain

Becky, the new indie thriller from directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott (Bushwick, Cooties), earned lots of attention for casting the frequently goofy Kevin James (Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Kevin Can Wait) as a straight-faced, menacing neo-Nazi villain who’s willing to murder a child to get what he wants. But that’s not the only compelling aspect of this film: the score, from composer Nima Fakhrara (Detroit: Become Human, Crypto), uses several unconventional instruments, including children’s ...
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Revisiting ‘Up, Up And Away’, Disney’s Attempt to Build a Superhero Universe Long Before the MCU

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) There’s no denying the huge popularity of the superhero genre. What used to be a very niche market now dominates the entertainment industry, from movies to TV shows, and it’s in part thanks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe that the genre exploded as it has. Nowadays, it doesn’t matter what type of superhero story you like or how old you are, there’s something for you, ...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Tim Burton, Disney, Features, Ed, Batman, Dc, Wesley Snipes, Disney Channel, Burton, Clark, Townsend, Jam, Ibsen, Mary Jane


‘Ratatouille’ Kicked Off the Most Bold and Daring Phase in Pixar’s History

(Infinity and Beyond is a regular column documenting the 25-year filmography of Pixar Animation Studios, film by film.In today’s column, writer Josh Spiegel highlights Ratatouille .) Throughout their first decade of making feature films, Pixar Animation Studios had managed to find different ways to explore variations on a formula. “What if the human world, but with non-human characters?” That, boiled down, is the entire Pixar creative calculation from films such as Toy Story to Monste...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, United States, New York Times, Paris, Bird, Pixar Animation Studios, Bob, Pixar, Brad Bird, Colette, Juno, Scott, Peter O'Toole, Holm


Daft Punk Set to Compose Score for New Dario Argento Film

Daft Punk set to compose score for new Dario Argento film Variety has brought word that six-time Grammy winning electronic music duo Daft Punk are set to return to the composition game as they have signed on to score the next film from giallo horror master Dario Argento titled Occhili Neri, translated to English as Black Glasses. RELATED: Director Joseph Kosinski Weighs in On Tron: Legacy Sequel Details on the plot of the project are currently slim, with the only known information being th...
Tags: Movies, America, Rome, Daft Punk, Ifc, Pixar, Lazio, Repubblica, Michael Giacchino, Dario Argento, Argento, Joseph Kosinski, Emily Mortimer, Movie News, Franco Ferrini, Compose Score for New Dario Argento Film


Brad Bird Shares His Classic Film Picks as Guest Curator on TCM’s ‘The Essentials’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Brad Bird knows his classics, and he’ll share 20 of his favorite films this season on Turner Classic Movies’ “The Essentials” with TCM Primetime host Ben Mankiewicz. Bird — known for such films as “The Iron Giant,” “Ratatouille,” “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and “The Incredibles” — curated this season’s selection, which will air Saturdays […]
Tags: News, Brad Bird, Tcm, Michael Giacchino, Turner Classic Movies, Ben Mankiewicz, TCM Primetime, Ben Mankiewicz Bird


‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Set Photo Takes the Franchise into the Snow for the First Time

Jurassic World: Dominion is one of the many films currently on production hiatus thanks to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down film and television projects around the world. But that’s not stopping director Colin Trevorrow from providing a sneak peek behind the scenes, revealing an environment that the Jurassic Park franchise has never explored before. A new photo from the set of Jurassic World: Dominion features the return of Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon), the cloned daughter of John Ha...
Tags: Images, Twitter, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Jurassic Park, Universal, Jurassic World, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Chris Pratt, Smith, Colin Trevorrow, Jurassic, John Hammond, Michael Giacchino