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  1. Blade Runner 2049

    For those wondering how Vangelis would sound with 2049 footage...
  2. Hans Zimmer's DUNKIRK

    Speaking of the IMAX preview...how realistic do you all think it would be to try recreate the score from that using the OST and film sound mix elements? Wanna do an HD recreation of the prologue using the Blu-ray, like I did with the Interstellar IMAX preview.
  3. Danny Elfman's JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017)

    was just about to post it
  4. Danny Elfman's JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017)

    They do it for EVERY. SINGLE. FILM. So no, not a sign at all.
  5. Danny Elfman's JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017)

    There's an interview floating around apparently where Elfman says he did NOT use Zimmer/Junkie's Batman theme from BvS. EDIT:
  6. Danny Elfman's JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017)

    Sounds solid, but more of its own thing - unsurprising given it's Elfman
  7. For those wondering how HZ/BW's opening would work against footage from the original. Obviously just an experiment.
  8. That song is just the end credits for that 2022 Blackout anime. The 'Blade Runner' penultimate track is the end credits suite.
  9. having seen the film, I cannot imagine that JJ would've necessarily done a *better* job. Would've been a lot more atmospheric and less Vangelis-esque than this is.
  10. FYI - the film credits Wallfisch first then Zimmer. Anyway I haven't heard the score on the album but works very well here imo.
  11. this isn't the film that the 'suits' had any impact on, they really gave DV carte blanche. If there's anyone aside from Villeneuve that kicked off JJ, especially as early as they have (they approached Zimmer/Wallfisch just before completing their first assembly cut), it's Scott. DV spoke in interviews about parting ways with JJ as he needed something a lot closer to Vangelis, but some may read that as PR fluff and it was Sony/Warner who kicked him off. But point is - it's an Alcon/Ridley Scott show through and through, WB have ZERO creative decisions because they invested zero money in the film, if anything Sony should have creative say as they gave 100m but clearly they didn't because otherwise, given Sony's track record, it wouldn't be as good as it apparently is.
  12. Zimmer said in the Q&A that they were brought on board when Villeneuve just finished the first assembly cut, and the four of them (DV, editor Joe Walker,HZ and BW) watched it together all for the first time.
  13. Zimmer and Wallfisch unveiling the tracklisting later today on FB live