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The new Iron Man theme is in Making Amends I believe. Wonderful track btw, only should've been longer. That's my gripe with this one. The new themes are pretty solid but too short. It was the same problem I had with TWS.Hello. Is the CD release scheduled please? if so, how long and where it get it?@Morgan Joylighter. Amen brother!@Jewen<br><br>The tracks that the Spider-Man theme appears on are:<br><br>1. New Recruit<br>2. Standoff<br>3. Civil War<br>4. Larger Than Life<br>5.Catastrophe<br><br>It's six notes. Bum bum bum! Bum bum bum! You'll know it when you hear it.Could you please let me know the next time (if/when) he will be in Atlanta or the US?
Please,<br><br>Wich track of the album have the Spider Theme?For the Blu-ray, did someone saw cameras on stage in Wembley ?<br><br>absolutely beautifulno i think its rubbish.This new theme in Clash, Cap's Promise and some others sounds exactly like Basil Poledouris's Under Siege 2 Dark Territory main theme. For example track Casey On War I (01:47 - 01:57).
Never thought I'd see the day where Henry Jackman was a big enough name to use to sell albums. It seems only yesterday he was still the RC baby who secretly wrote one of the best cues of Zimmer's career (IMO) in "Up Is Down" from PotC:AWE. And now he's all grown up and scoring films that are outperforming Zimmer's at the box office. Can't say he doesn't deserve it, nobody but Powell has ever come through Zimmer's pipeline with a better sense for orchestra and blending traditional symphonic and electronic elements. He's a genius. Just wish he would get to write more full-bodied melodic themes. When he does it (Monsters vs Aliens and Winnie The Pooh spring to mind) the results are absolutely stunning.Thank Lorne, not Hans!I love soundtrack Father & Son. Its beautiful & peaceful. I love it. Thanks Hans<br><br>I also like the soundtrack of Interstellar Film. Good JobI heard the entire soundtrack and I have a lot of things to say.<br>The Positives:<br>1. Jackman cutting down on the electronic elements and focusing more on a good old-fashioned orchestral style. It resembles his work in X-Men: First Class than The Winter Soldier.<br><br>2. The new themes are pretty damn good. The themes for Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Zemo are fantastic. I have complaints, but I’ll save that for later.<br><br>3. The Civil War Theme is borderline perfection.<br><br>4. The action cues don’t drag on, nor do they go by very quickly.<br><br>5. Even if they don’t appear often, I love the little nods to the Winter Soldier and Cap themes.<br><br>The Negatives:<br>1. Tracks such as “Consequences” “Revealed” and “Fracture” don’t add much for me.<br><br>2. Despite not seeing the film, the track “The Tunnel” sounds 100% different then the clip I saw. And it isn’t as good.<br><br>3. A severe lack of musical coherency. But then again, I should have expected this.  Ignoring the fact that Brian Tyler’s Iron Man 3 theme, Christophe Beck’s Ant Man theme, and Alan Silvestri’s Captain America theme are not used, Jackman sparingly uses his own themes (Winter Soldier and Cap) and doesn’t even bring back his own themes for Black Widow and Falcon. Seriously, that Falcon theme was awesome.<br><br>4. A massive lack of development of new themes. With the exception of the Civil War and Zemo themes, the new themes, as much as I love them, are not developed. They’re pretty much motifs. I was hoping to get tracks completely dedicated to Spider-Man and Black Panther, but sadly, I didn’t. Once again, I like them, but they aren’t developed enough.<br><br>5. The Spider-Man theme is good, but it sounds a lot like Han Zimmer’s. Still good though.<br><br>Overall, I really like this soundtrack. It has its ups and it has its downs, but it is still very well made. Despite the underdeveloped themes, and the lack of returning ones, Jackman has delivered an intense, heroic, and surprisingly emotional musical score. I can’t whether or not where it ranks with all of the scores in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I enjoy better than the scores for Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Ant Man. So far, it’s under The Avengers, Captain America, and The Winter Soldier. Hopefully after I see the film, I will find a larger appreciation for it. Overall, A- <br><br>Favorite Tracks:<br>1. Standoff<br>2. Civil War<br>3. Cap’s Promise<br>4. Lagos<br>5. Larger Than Life<br>6. New Recruit<br>7. Clash<br>8. Zemo<br>9.  The Tunnel<br>10. Ancestral Call<br><br><br><br>*Note: Can someone tell me what the hell the Iron Man theme is?I've always had this presumption...
again, are you talking about the album version? because that (annoyingly) gutted the full track <br>Maybe its just that recurring motif in The Causeway that I like so much(which is IMO pretty unique and I wish it came back to Civil War somehow), or that it works so well for the scene<br>But I too think its one of the more powerful pieces on the full soundtrack<br><br>However I will admit that its not easily accessible and that I understand why some cant stand to listen to it<br>But that doesnt make it objectively bad <br><br>Now that I listen again, the Spiderman theme does get a lot of highlight in the airport fight cue "Standoff".I would love to have a Blu-ray of this amazing show!!I really hope they are doing it.<br>Was at the Munich show last week and it was incredible! Thanks Hans for your wonderful music!!Thanks for the answer Jetinha. Although I expect that the Spider Man theme will stand out of soundtrack, just like "The Smithsonian" on The Winter Soldier soundtrack. Anyway, I hope that in the film it would sound interesting.It's literally a combination of the Zimmer trumpet fanfare, the closing measure of Brian Tyler's Iron Man Theme, and the Elfman swirly strings. It kind of works. It's ALL OVER the middle section of the soundtrack, introduced in "New Recruit."
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  2010, November 17
Top Publicist Ronni Chasen Shot Dead



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Cohen Pays Tribute To Sister Chasen

Director Larry Cohen has paid tribute to his sister, publicist Ronni Chasen, who was shot dead in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

The public relations mogul was shot multiple times while driving her Mercedes-Benz car through Beverly Hills on her way home from the premiere of Cher and Christina Aguilera's new film Burlesque.

Her death has shocked the showbiz world, and many stars have been quick to pay tribute to Chasen, including her screenwriter/director brother Cohen.

He says, "She was my sister and best friend and we shared so many wonderful times together. Ronni was a loving and caring person who treated her clients like they were her own family."

Producers Lili and Richard Zanuck worked with Chasen on the Oscars campaign for Driving Miss Daisy - which went on to win the 1989 Best Picture honour - and were devastated to learn of her death.

A statement from Richard reads, "Lili and I are shattered by the unthinkably sad news about Ronni. She has been a loving and dear friend for so many years. To think of not being able to get her on the other line of the phone is unimaginable. She was the best publicist in the business in our opinion whose tireless and determined energy combined with her love of movies made her one of a very special breed."

Film composer Hans Zimmer, who was also a client of Chasen, adds, "I'm profoundly sad, devastated, mad, incredulous and lonely. She was radiant. She knew everybody in the room. She took Chris Nolan over to the next table and introduced him to George Lucas. I was watching her (and) standing there listening to them and I thought, 'There's my friend Ronni, introducing two great directors to each other. She's on top of her game.'"

Police have launched an investigation into Chasen's death. »

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Top Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen has died following a mysterious shooting incident in Beverly Hills.
The PR queen's roster of talent included tragic actress Natalie Wood, composer Hans Zimmer and movie producer Richard D. Zanuck.
She was shot multiple times while driving her Mercedes-Benz early on Tuesday.

Cops investigating the fatal shooting of top Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen on Tuesday have seized computers from her office.
The respected PR ace, who has helped promote a series of celebrities and films - including Driving Miss Daisy - was shot several times while driving her Mercedes-Benz in the early hours of the morning. She had been working at the premiere of Cher and Christina Aguilera's new film Burlesque just hours earlier.
As part of the hunt for her killer, investigators removed computer equipment from her firm, Chasen and Co., later on Tuesday.
According to Los Angeles police lieutenant Tony Lee, no suspects or motives are known at present.

Our deepest condolences to Ronni's friends and family





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Aundre reply Replies: 0 || 2011-06-14 18:31:21
This has made my day. I wish all postigns were this good.

Teo reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-24 00:00:00
she could have come into possession of extremely sensitive information...if this is the case then any "announced" investigation will usually not come to fruition.

RIP Ronni either way...

PJ Bezemer reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-18 00:00:00
rest in peace...

jon reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-17 00:00:00
sad news ;(

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-17 00:00:00
Holy f*** s*** !! :O

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