edge-of-tomorrowRamin Djawadi has been tapped to score the upcoming sci-fi action thriller Edge of Tomorrow. The film is directed by Doug Liman and stars Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, Kick Gurry, Dragomir Mrsic, Charlotte Riley, Jonas Armstrong and Franz Drameh. The movie based on the novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka is set in the near future when an alien race has hit the Earth in an unrelenting assault and follows an officer who finds himself reliving his last day over and over after being killed. D.W. Harper, Jez Butterworth & John-Henry Butterworth (Fair Game) and Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher, The Usual Suspects) have adapted the material for the screen. Erwin Stoff (Constantine, Water for Elephants), Tom Lassally (Stay), Jason Hoffs, Gregory Jacobs (Magic Mike, Contagion) and Jeffrey Silver (TRON: Legacy, 300) are producing the Village Roadshow Pictures production. Liman’s previous four features The Bourne Identity, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Jumper and Fair Game were scored by John Powell. Edge of Tomorrow is set to be released on June 6, 2014 by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Djawadi who is coming off scoring this summer’s Pacific Rim for Guillermo Del Toro, as well as the latest seasons of Game of Thrones and Person of Interest also has the animated feature The House of Magic coming up. The film is directed by Ben Stassen and Jeremy Degruson and follows an abandoned young cat who seeking shelter from a storm and stumbles into the strangest house imaginable, owned by an old magician and inhabited by a dazzling array of automatons and gizmos. The nWave Pictures production is produced by Stassen and Caroline Can Iseghem. Djawadi has previously scored the studio’s features Fly Me to the Moon 3D, A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventure and its sequel, as well as the upcoming African Safari 3D. The House of Magic is set to be released this Christmas in France and next year in various international markets.

  1. Jeff T. says:

    Wow, didn’t see this coming! Would have loved to see Powell scoring the film, but based on Djawadi’s work on Pacific Rim, this should be somethimg to look forward to as well.

  2. Macejko says:

    OH MY GOD YES!!!

  3. ed says:

    It seems John Powell really has seperated himself from features for a while – discluding his love for all things animated.

    As for Djawadi: He has yet to impress me. Portions of ‘Game of Thrones’ were fine but everything else, totally forgettable.

  4. tiago says:

    Djawadi did a great job on Pacific Rim and Game of Thrones, he is one of Remote Controls’s best. But I still want to know what happened with John Powell…

  5. Macejko says:

    Ok, can anyone tell me what’s this Darren Rutter bullshit? Who is he and why is he listed as a composer of Edge of Tomorrow?

    • Ds says:

      I googled a little bit and it appears this guy’s a guitarist. Maybe he’s just doing the guitar on the movie, but was accidentally listed as “main composer” on imdb… Or maybe not… We’ll find out soon enough and we’ll support you all if the movie ends up being not scored by your favorite composer :-D

    • filmmusicreporter says:

      No truth to that rumor, but there is indeed a new composer on board. Will post an announcement as soon as we’re allowed to.

  6. Justin Boggan says:

    IMDb is user contributed. Now, that user can be you or I, or somebody from within the industry. IMDb itself doesn’t not create and edit pages, only approve submissions.

    Somebody undoubtably added him in the wrong section (original music by) and not the correct section for additional composers (music dept.). It’ll take a bit to fit, as both sectiosn are handled by different staff members, and even then we are at the mercy of whether they take the submissions or not.

    I’ve been trying since probably 2010 to get them to fix a film, for example, where somebody submitted the song contributor as the composer. So now that scoring credit is missing from the appropriate composer’s page. Still no correction after all this time.

    • Macejko says:

      Doesn’t matter now, if Djawadi was indeed replaced…