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Hans Zimmer to Score Patty Jenkin's 'Wonder Woman 1984'

 

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Hans Zimmer has signed on to score the upcoming superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster) who previously helmed last year’s original movie (scored by Rupert Gregson-Williams) and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal. The movie follows the title character as she comes into conflict with the Soviet Union during the Cold War in the 1980s, and finds a formidable foe in the form of the Cheetah. Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Jenkins, Stephen Jones and Gadot are producing the project. Zimmer has previously contributed the Wonder Woman theme to 2016’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of JusticeWonder Woman 1984 is set to be released on November 1, 2019 by Warner Bros. Pictures.

 

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This hasn't aged well: https://www.cinemablend.com/new/One-Change-Wonder-Woman-Should-Make-From-Batman-v-Superman-According-Hans-Zimmer-121617.html

 

This combined with being the second exception to his retirement from superhero films is proof that Zimmer...is a liar? Like, seriously. He just babbles for attention and doesn't follow his own advice. He once complained that orchestras are being underused and that he's trying to "save" them. Sure.

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Perhaps you could start a Twitter poll.  "Is Hans Zimmer...a liar?"  I'm sure the intention would just be to start a conversation.  

 

Seriously, your wretched axe grinding is painfully shameful at this point.  Captain Marvel is taking a chance on a relatively green composer because she's a woman, and I think that's laudable, but bringing in a relatively green composer on a major franchise film is not about to become commonplace, regardless of gender.  Do you think Hans stepped in front of other women in line who had a real shot at this one?  Sadly no, I expect the studio wanted what they wanted and it was Hans and Hans alone.  And by the way, what one may say about not doing any more of one particular variation of the job that they live and breathe doesn't mean much.  That the guy loves what he does and this time didn't feel like turning down the opportunity doesn't make him a liar, not in any meaningful sense.  I'm sure you, like all of us, have said "never again" about things you then went ahead and did again later.  Luckily for you no one has recorded these in online articles to wave in your face later on and call you a babbling attention whore.

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8 minutes ago, Drew said:

He once complained that orchestras are being underused and that he's trying to "save" them. Sure.

 

Are you fucking kidding me?  What is your deal, dude?

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3 minutes ago, Jerry said:

I don't hate Hans Zimmer, just to make that clear.

 

I would never have gotten that impression from anything you post.  You seem to be a reasonable and level headed individual with organic likes and dislikes and no weird personal vendettas.

 

2 minutes ago, Drew said:

Zimmer is the most powerful influencer in film music. The fact that he can't keep his word is annoying.

 

This is insane.  It's fucking film music.  Who gives a shit?

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Yeah but you talk about it as though it's critical world affairs or something.  Who appointed you the official snarky Twitter watchdog of the film music community?  Give it a rest man.

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55 minutes ago, Cherry Pie That'll Kill Ya said:

Never say never again.

 

@TGP what's a 'green' composer? Environmentally friendly music?

 

Farting whilst composing is kept to a minimum to reduce one's carbon footprint.

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1 hour ago, TGP said:

 

Farting whilst composing 

 

Isn't that what Zimmer does all the time, and just releases that? Or well, I think it's Zimmer, he has so many ghostwriters, it's hard to tell!  Hahahahaha!!! 😂:lol:😂:lol:Hahahahaha!!! 😂:lol:😂Hahahahaha!!! 😂:lol:😂

Hahahahaha!!! 😂:lol:😂

Hahah:pukeface::pukeface:💀

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1) Zimmer only does the score because the first Wonder Woman performed exceptionally well?

 

2) Now that Wonder Woman is hot property, the producers have no problem paying Zimmer's usual fee?

 

3) Zimmer said he was done with action scores but the truth is there aren't enough artistic projects that can actually afford his services?

 

 

You decide!

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3 hours ago, Alexcremers said:

1) Zimmer only does the score because the first Wonder Woman performed exceptionally well?

 

2) Now that Wonder Woman is hot property, the producers have no problem paying Zimmer's usual fee?

 

3) Zimmer said he was done with action scores but the truth is there aren't enough artistic projects that can actually afford his services?

 

 

You decide!

4) Zimmer scored Man Of Steel and Batman v Superman.

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