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  1. There have been some great ones posted at FSM in the last few years. Two complete sets by user Steffromuk https://www.flickr.com/photos/steffromuk/albums/72157664354542528/with/42727876390/ : And some by user raferjanders https://www.flickr.com/photos/171217949@N03/ :
  2. Yes, it's credited in the end credits along with the John Murphy piece. The 'Beautiful Lie' track from 'Batman V Superman' is not credited, I'm not sure if that is because it is already owned by Warner Bros or that it is already a Zimmer composition.
  3. Yeah... That might be the stupidest internet petition I've ever seen!
  4. "We cut to it when we were editing... Hans was like 'But I wrote that song for this universe so why aren't we using it? That's what you do with themes.' ...It was so perfect and we cut to the rhythm of it exactly. So then it was just great, you know, it was great. It was true. And it's like, yeah, we're the DC Universe and we should reuse great scenes." Quote from director Patty Jenkins https://thedirect.com/article/wonder-woman-1984-batman-v-superman-song-gal-gadot
  5. I had the same reaction to the series Thor but you should really check out the book that accompanied it. It has complete unedited transcripts of the one on one interview Cameron conducted with Guillermo del Toro, George Lucas, Christopher Nolan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ridley Scott and Steven Spielberg and they are absolutely fascinating.
  6. I voted for the Cello Concerto as I listen to it more often but I love them both.
  7. If like me you prefer individual covers for each episode I found some great ones here: https://www.facebook.com/blackinkcovers/photos/?tab=album&ref= Multiple versions per episode with different concept art.
  8. I believe in both these cases they were just distributors of the Marvel and Dreamworks Animation films and never actually owned the rights to either. It was always a limited time distribution deal similar to the way the Bond films get shopped around to different major studios to distribute by MGM ('No Time to Die' is the first to be distributed by Universal but they don't have any ownership whatsoever over the property).
  9. Thanks so much Jay, I was going slowly insane trying to figure this all out myself... I don't know how you do it!
  10. Does anyone know where 'The Boy in The Tree' was on the last release? It is not marked as previously unreleased on the new track listing.
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