For those of you who are so far unaware, Michael Giacchino has composed the score for Jurassic World. Michael has described how much of a challenge scoring the film was as he tried to pay homage to John Williams who scored the first Jurassic Park film in 1993. However, from the music that we’ve heard so far, its clear that Jurassic World will have a beautiful sound to capture the audience.
The oscar winning composer has scored in movies like Star Trek, Up, Tomorrow Land and the Incredibles to name the least.
Interstellar is a movie that continuously grows on you as time transcends from one dimension to the other through space-time. After watching interstellar last night, I can conclude that this film is ambitious in every aspect and an unforgettable cinematic experience that will leave you captured by a gravitational black hole of memorable thoughts and questions but also a touch of true inspiration and appreciation of human survival and intelligence.
Interstellar directed by Christopher Nolan and Music by Hans Zimmer
Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer have given us a decade of visual and auditory heaven that only existed beyond the realms of imagination and theory. The great duo who teamed up with physicist Kip Thorne (who is master in the study of Einstein’s laws of relativity and produced the film), brought about a film firmly grounded in real science.
To bring the film to life, a human sound was needed, and this is where Hans Zimmer truly shines by making use of beautiful air and ambient sounds from instruments such as church pipe organs. This is in my opinion, another classic film and soundtrack that is yet to be fully appreciated, but only time will tell.
You can also find out how the movie was able to use real sounds for SFX.
Hans Zimmer justifies the ambitious quality of sound on interstellar.
Leah Picket reviews the Interstellar Soundtrack
Our Review: Interstellar has a great sound track and story (4 out 5 stars)
Hans Zimmer confirmed that he would score Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, when he revealed that he’d be spending some time in Detroit to work on it with director Zack Snyder. Zimmer has revealed that he will now take a dual approach to a film featuring two big superhero names.
“I’m going to be working with Junkie XL, who really is a great friend,” Zimmer told Spinoff Online. “He just finished the Mad Max score. I said to him, ‘You take care of Batman. I’ll do the other guy.’ And Zack loved that idea. It’s a way out.”The approach is fairly interesting. Since Zimmer composed the score for the last three Batman films, it would appear he plans to handle the Superman pieces of the score, while Dutch composer Junkie XL takes on the Batman portion. Junkie XL also composed some of the music for the last Superman film, Man of Steel, with Hans Zimmer.