In a deal that would vault Yahoo into the premiere league of social media, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is said to be closing in on a $1 billion acquisition deal with David Karp, the…
As if millions of fangirls suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.
By JM Craig
Terrorist attacks. The Federation on the brink of war. Spock and Uhura in a spat. Surely, for Star Trek the honeymoon is over—for both the crew of the USS Enterprise and for Michael Giacchino’s score. The Oscar-winning composer and his team are back aboard for J.J. Abrams’ Star…
Justin’s article on Michael Giacchino’s score for Star Trek Into Darkness!
By Kristen Romanelli
Baz Luhrmann specializes in dazzling films of gargantuan proportions, so it’s no surprise that he is at the helm of the latest adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s American classic, The Great Gatsby—a novel that is as much about the hollow pursuit of wealth and excess as…
And here is a snippet of my interview with The Great Gatsby’s Craig Armstrong. This was totally violinist-to-violinist.
By Kristen Romanelli
Marvel has made its mark on the superhero genre—and the box office—with its “Phase One” series, culminating in last summer’s blockbuster hit, The Avengers. Kicking off “Phase Two,” Iron Man 3 rocketed into the second biggest opening weekend, falling shy of The…
Here’s a brief look at my interview with Brian Tyler about his work on Iron Man 3 (and we talk a little bit about the upcoming Now You See Me). Although my proposed title of SCOREMACHINEROX (right?) didn’t really fly, I like how this turned out.
Volume 18, No. 5 | May 2013COVER STORY: Trekking Into Darkness
- Semper Fiedel, Part 1
- The Great Armstrong
- Reconstructing Goldsmith: The Salamander
- Lights, Camera, Karen!
- Pumping Iron: Brian Tyler
- Varèse Sarabande Live!
- Star Trek and Gladiator: 21st Century Phenomenons
- Wong’s Turn: You Can Dance!
- Ear of the Month Contest
- Torn Pages: Second Time’s the Charm
The new issue of Film Score Monthly Online is live! I have two interviews running in this month’s issue: Brian Tyler for Iron Man 3 and Craig Armstrong for The Great Gatsby.
*dance of joy*
(Confirmed by @drhorrible and @MoTancharoen. It’s really, actually Joss Whedon.)
*gets back to writing*
Because dancing Tony is the best Tony. [x]
And because… Brian Tyler.
/currently transcribing an interview with Brian Tyler. ;)
Soon… #Tanglewood #FilmNight #JohnWilliams #DavidNewman