Trevor Rabin Scoring Boaz Yakin’s ‘Max’

Posted: February 18, 2015 by filmmusicreporter in Film Scoring Assignments
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trevor-rabin.jpgTrevor Rabin is reuniting with director Boaz Yakin on the upcoming family adventure Max. The movie starring Josh Wiggins, Thomas Haden Church, Lauren Graham and Robbie Amell follows a wayward teen who befriends the military dog that was partnered to his older brother, a US Marine killed in action in Afghanistan. Yakin (Now You See Me, Safe, Fresh) has also written the screenplay with Sheldon Lettich (Lionheart, Bloodsport). Karen Rosenfelt (The Twilight Saga, Marley & Me, Percy Jackson series) and Ken Blancato are producing the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) production. Rabin and Yakin have previously collaborated on the sports drama Remember the Titans. Max is set to be released on August 21, 2015 by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Rabin’s recent projecrs also include the Syfy original series 12 Monkeys, which he is co-scoring with Paul Linford. The composer’s other previous scoring credits include such titles as ArmageddonNational TreasureG-ForceGone in 60 Seconds and Con Air.

  1. Robbie says:

    So glad Trevor Rabin is back doing film, loved his score for Armageddon!

  2. Karen says:

    I love the trailer song for MAX and did my own independent investigation to track down the person responsible for the music! I’m glad there is someone like Trevor, born in the 50’s like me 🙂 who did such a creative, soaring good feeling song as I am seeing in the commercials for Max due out on June 26 here in the States. I know nothing else about the songs in the film and I dread watching a tear jerker movie, but am looking forward to this experience nonetheless. From someone in Southern California who just realized she turns 63 tomorrow! YIKES. 🙂 lol.