Posted 07 May 2007 - 05:20 PM
While I'd love that, and the first score is an almost complete write-off in my book, I am very happy with the second score, and the third sounds promising.
But while there are some high profile rejected scores which I understand their rejection (2001, Mission:Impossible, Air Force One, Troy), I've heard no justification what so ever for Silvestri's rejection (other than the criminal offence of being a non-MV composer on a Bruckheimer film. Every single film of his since 1990 fits that bill, and before that most of his films were scored by Harold Faltermeyer, a mentor and role-model for several MV composers).
I should be resisting this, but I'm paralyzed with rage... and island rhythms.