Three new movies are opening wide this weekend:

Tron: Legacy features a score by Daft Punk. Click here to check out our posting on the soundtrack album announcement. Variety published an article on how the music of the French Duo grew from a supporting player to a starring role over the course of the movie’s production. Also visit Dazed Digital for a lenghty article on Daft Punk scoring the movie.

Also opening today is the 3D family movie Yogi Bear featuring a score by John Debney. Visit our news article on the composer’s involvement. Debney wrote a big orchestral score for the movie which would easily fill a score album, but no soundtrack release has been announced so far for the Warner Bros movie.

James L. Brooks’ romantic comedy How Do You Know features a score by Hans Zimmer. In the movie starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Jack Nicholson, a former athlete finds herself in the middle of a love triangle. The score is in the vein of similar efforts from Zimmer for the director (particularly As Good As It Gets) and more than enough material would exist to release a score album, but so far no announcement has been made.

Opening in limited release is John Cameron Mitchell’s Rabbit Hole starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart and with music by Anton Sanko. Check out our article announcing the soundtrack album. Also visit Variety for an article on Sanko’s score for the drama.

Also opening in limited release is George Hickenlooper’s Casino Jack starring Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper, Kelly Preston and Jon Lovitz. The movie was scored by Jonathan Goldsmith and a soundtrack album has been released by Relativity Music Group as reported here.