Steve Jablonsky is back for ROTF Score
Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 5:46PM CDTCategories: Live Action Movie News, People News
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According to Nelson from Michael Bay's blog Shoot for the Edit Jablonsky will not be alone, with the band Linkin Park also working on the score. Linkin Park have previously worked on the first Transformers live action film Official Soundtrack
Nelson also mentions that a limited edition signed movie tie-in book may be in the works for a holiday season release. This book would be a behind the scenes style book showcasing the work of the designers and effects teams.
To read Nelson's full update, please click here.
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Posted by Skullgrin140 on April 23rd, 2009 @ 6:02pm CDT
Posted by 1337W422102 on April 23rd, 2009 @ 6:57pm CDT
Posted by mattyc1007 on April 23rd, 2009 @ 7:28pm CDT
shame for my bro, that he wont hear anything
Posted by Autobot Ignition on April 23rd, 2009 @ 7:34pm CDT
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Posted by omega666 on April 23rd, 2009 @ 8:42pm CDT
Posted by omega666 on April 23rd, 2009 @ 8:44pm CDT
1337W422102 wrote:Hurm. Generic music for a generic Hollywood film, it seems. The instantly-forgettable soundtrack added nothing to the last flick.
you are nuts
Posted by 1337W422102 on April 23rd, 2009 @ 9:27pm CDT
omega666 wrote:1337W422102 wrote:Hurm. Generic music for a generic Hollywood film, it seems. The instantly-forgettable soundtrack added nothing to the last flick.
you are nuts
Nope, I just have taste, mate.
The music should complement what's on screen, but, like the Iron Man movie, the music wasn't epic enough. It didn't add to the scenes much nor properly capture what was on-screen. I guess I've just been spoiled with the scores of John Williams, Danny Elfman, Harry G. Williams, etc.
Posted by TheMuffin on April 24th, 2009 @ 11:02am CDT
1337W422102 wrote:omega666 wrote:1337W422102 wrote:Hurm. Generic music for a generic Hollywood film, it seems. The instantly-forgettable soundtrack added nothing to the last flick.
you are nuts
Nope, I just have my opinion, mate.
Fixed that for ya.
Posted by Nico on April 24th, 2009 @ 5:19pm CDT
Yeah, but I think it kinda fitted for a summer popcorn flick. It wasn't a bad film, however. (I saw five time since it came out). Personally, I was hoping he would come back.
To be honest, a few track where really great. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4H0JDomv8ac&feature=related
Posted by i_amtrunks on April 27th, 2009 @ 5:49pm CDT
As we reported earlier, it was known that band Linkin Park were contributing at least one song to Jablonsky's movie score.
Thanks to a blog update on MikeShinoda.com it would appear that movie score composer extroadinaire Hans Zimmer is also working on the score.
If the name Zimmer sounds familiar, it's probably because he has worked on the score for some of the more financially successful films released in the past few years including, and not restricted to: Batman Begins and Batman: The Dark Knight, Kung Fu Panda, the Pirates of the Caribbean sequels, as well as Gladiator.
This will not be the first time that Zimmer has created the score for a Michael Bay film, previously working on both The Rock and Pearl harbour's movie scores.
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Posted by Mechabreaker on April 28th, 2009 @ 2:28pm CDT
Zeonic_Miko wrote:Linkin Park...Again...
At least they are going to use the Mutemath cover of the TF theme song in the end credits this time. Don't quote me on this either, but rumor has it, they will be putting bits of the theme songs tune in the orchestral score. That info came from IMDB so, take it with a grain of salt.