Posts Tagged ‘Giorgio Moroder’

Three new movies are opening nationwide this weekend: Opening in most theaters is the animated feature Smurfs: The Lost Village directed by Kelly Asbury and starring  Demi Lovato, Rainn Wilson, Joe Manganiello, Jack McBrayer, Danny Pudi and Mandy Patinkin. The film’s original music is composed by Christopher Lennertz (Sausage Party, Horrible Bosses). Madison Gate Records has released a soundtrack album […]

Premiering today in the U.S. is the British/French TV series The Tunnel based on the Scandinavian drama The Bridge and starring Stephen Dillane and Clémence Poésy. The music from the show’s first season is composed by Adrian Johnston (Becoming Jane, Kinky Boots, Bridesheads Revisited, Dancing on the Edge) and the second season is scored by Ben Bartlett (Walking with […]

Giorgio Moroder and Raney Shockne have been hired to score the upcoming crime thriller Tomboy, a Revenger’s Tale. The film is directed by Walter Hill (48 Hrs., The Warriors, Last Man Standing, Red Heat) and stars Michelle Rodriguez, Sigourney Weaver, Tony Shalhoub, Anthony LaPaglia and Caitlin Gerard. The movie follows an assassin, who is double crossed by gangsters and finds himself in the […]

Raney Shockne has been tapped to score the upcoming CBS comedy Kevin Can Wait. The show is created by Bruce Helford, Rock Reuben (The King of Queens, Zookeeper, Here Comes the Boom) and Kevin James who also stars in the series with Erinn Hayes, Taylor Spreitler, Ryan Cartwright, Mary-Charles Jones, James DiGiacomo, Leonard Earl Howze, Gary Valentine […]

Giorgio Moroder revealed in a recent interview with Celluloid Tunes that he will be composing the music for the upcoming USA original series Queen of the South. The show is created by M.A. Fortin & Joshua John Miller (The Final Girls) and stars Alice Braga, Peter Gadiot, Carlos Gomez, Justina Machado and Joaquim de Almeida.. The drama centers […]

The World Soundtrack Academy announced the winners of the World Soundtrack Awards 2011 at last night’s  closing event of the 38th Ghent International Film Festival. Alexandre Desplat was chosen as Film Composer of the Year 2011. Hans Zimmer received the award for Best Orginal Film Score of the Year for Inception and Randy Newman was […]