Siden Batmans medvirken i den kommende fortsættelse til “Man of Steel” blev annonceret i juli 2013, har der været tvivl om, hvorvidt Hans Zimmer ville komponere musikken til efterfølgeren. Det skyldes, at Zimmer allerede har skrevet musikken til Christopher Nolans tre Batman-film. Men nu kan den populære komponist i et interview med Digital Spy bekræfte, at han snart skal mødes med “Batman vs. Superman”-instruktøren, Zack Snyder.

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”Vi har allerede haft et par samtaler, og når jeg er færdig med filmen, jeg intet må sige om (“Interstellar”, red.), tager jeg sansynligvis hen, hvor Zack optager filmen, blot for at være der og se, om vi kan komme på nogle idéer,” udtaler Zimmer. Den Oscar-vindende komponist tilføjer, at han håber at kunne finde på et nyt tema til Ben Afflecks Batman, der adskiller sig fra Nolans film.

I “Batman vs. Superman” medvirker Ben Affleck som Batman, Henry Cavill som Superman, Gal Gadot som Wonder Woman, Jesse Eisenberg som Lex Luthor og Jeremy Irons som Alfred Pennyworth. Optagelserne starter inden for de næste par uger, og filmen kan ses i biograferne til maj 2016.

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#1 Silver666 8 år siden


God nyhed!
Man Of Steel havde et rigtig godt soundtrack.
Jeg håber virkelig de bruger Zimmer's 'What Are You Going To Do When You Are Not Saving the World' igen.
For mig er er det accepteret som det nye Superman them
næsten på højde med John Wiliams fantastiske Theme.
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#2 Riqon 8 år siden

Hans Zimmers score var utvivlsomt det bedste ved hele filmen. Nogle gange sætter jeg det på og prøver at forestille mig, hvor fed "Man of Steel" kunne have været.
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#3 elwood 8 år siden

Bare synd at det fra traileren af MOS kun blir brugt ganske kort hen mod slutningen af filmen, eller er det rent faktisk under end credits?

De der percausions stortrommer eller, hvad det er sparker satme røv!
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#4 Jack Slater 8 år siden

Glæder mig så meget til denne film, tror måske at Superman simpelthen fungerer bedre når det ikke er han helt egen film.
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#5 justjakob 8 år siden

Læste det forleden, fantastisk nyhed :)
Zimmer er genial... Som en anden nævnte, håber jeg at "What are you going to do when you are not saving the world" bliver "genbrugt" eller der kommer noget med indflydelse fra den, helt igennem fantastisk track...

#3 Korrekt elwood, musikken i traileren er så godt som What are you going to.." tracket, og det er det nummer, der er på i de sidste scener med Clark og hans mor til sidst i filmen og det første af end credits.. Hvordan de vil overgå det nummer kan jeg ikke regne ud!
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#6 Driver 8 år siden

Flight er altså også et fantastisk nummer fra MoS-soundtracket.
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#7 Michael Andersen 8 år siden

Good news, everyone!

Composer Hans Zimmer To Score Every Hollywood Film

The Motion Picture Association of America has announced an unprecedented deal that will see legendary composer Hans Zimmer compose the musical score for every Hollywood-produced film through the year 2054.

“This deal will ensure that Hans’ musical voice will dominate the industry,and provide a uniform style to lead us into the next generation of filmmaking,” said MPAA president Chris Dodd.

“The business was already headed in this direction. Our new contract now ensures that woodwinds will soon be a thing of the past,” Dodd added, noting that flutes and oboes are wimpy instruments anyway, and test poorly among males 18-49.

When asked whether other demographics are more favorable, Dodd responded with, “What other demographics?”

Zimmer announced his delight at the agreement through a statement delivered by his Remote Control Productions employee Geoff Zannelli.

“It is a great honor to have my work appreciated enough to merit this deal,” Zimmer wrote. “I have worked very hard as an innovator of film scores, and in bringing them into a new millennium.”

Director Christopher Nolan, a longtime collaborator of Zimmer’s, also expressed his pleasure.

“Hans is a true artist. When we worked on my Batman films, he had the vision to question why themes need to have more than one note. With Inception, I was stunned at his genius when he constructed an entire score consisting of low brass hits,” said Nolan.

“This is a turning point for the entire musical world,” said Bruce Pearson, author of the KJOS Standard of Excellence book series for beginning band. “Moviegoers will now be treated to entire scores with the complexity of our publication.”

Pearson hopes to strike a deal with Zimmer to include some of his music in his warm-up books. “It’s a win-win situation,” Pearson said. “Very little additional arrangement would be required.”

Pearson also said KJOS should also be able to cut printing costs following the deal, as anything other than the D minor key is “essentially extinct.”

The deal will also impact soundtrack producers. All albums will now require the inclusion of dialog tracks, techno remixes and at least one commercially viable song performed by a pop artist.

“The scores themselves are only part of the equation,” Dodd stated. “We are looking at album sales and producing a product that will appeal to as many consumers as possible within the male 18-49 range.”

Some Hollywood composers, who now find themselves out of work, were less enthusiastic.

“Well, at least I won’t have to worry about my work being rejected and rescored by Hans when the studio decides my use of a clarinet is too girly,” said Academy Award winning composer James Horner.

“RIP thematic orch scores/musical imagination! #HungryHungryHans,” tweeted British film composer David Arnold.

Zimmer dismissed the backlash in a response delivered by Remote Control Productions employee Lorne Balfe as simply “Haters who clearly have lost all perspective of what is considered music by males age 18-49.”

Director Gore Verbinski also rushed to the defense of his frequent composer.

“Hans is an outstanding talent. Very few composers have the generosity to write a four-minute suite and then pass it off to a team of 20 ghostwriters to score the rest of the film. Oh, wait. I’m not supposed to refer to them as ghostwriters. They’re musical assistants. They’re musical assistants who compose the vast majority of the score and receive no credit.”

After conferring with an unnamed representative to his left, Verbinski declined additional comment.

Perhaps the most celebrated film composer of all time, five-time Oscar winner John Williams expressed his support.

“I would like to congratulate Hans,” said Williams.“I am unfamiliar with his music, but I am sure he will represent the medium well. Can anyone recommend some of his concert works for me to study?”

The deal will be effective retroactive to the start of 2014, according to Dodd. All scores for films currently in theaters will be re-scored by Zimmer immediately.

“I simply cannot contain my excitement,” said Dodd. “The true beauty is that Hans’ generic style is so adaptable it works with any genre. I guess you could say we are going green in a big way in Hollywood by recycling the same scores over and over again. Also, the money.”

Millions of males age 18-49 gathered on various Internet message boards in celebration of the news, many enthusiastically anticipating a future where every movie features Maximus’ theme and sounds like a trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean.

In a related story, the Newman family has fled the country.

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#8 Riqon 8 år siden

#7 - Nu læste jeg bare de første par linjer ... men sjovt! :)
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#9 Michael Andersen 8 år siden

Der kommer ellers også et par guldkorn længere nede :)

Det er i øvrigt meget godt fanget hvordan de adspurgte lyder i virkelighedens interviews (minus løgnehistorierne selvfølgelig): Folk der arbejder sammen med Zimmer nævner altid hvor genial han er, Horner har det med at pive lidt og Williams er altid venlig.
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