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This has probably been said before. But I saw the film yesterday again, and here's my (probably repeated) question:<br><br>When Elizabeth arrived at Singapore, she was singing Hoist the Colours, which was finished by the "Remove, Please" guy.<br><br>The lyrics are different, so why isn't it on this score?Apparently the only one who cares for this score anymore is Joshua. And all his posts have been made repeatedly since the creation of this site.<br><br>Hybrid should block the comments on this page.I certainly hope he returns, but who knows at this point. Disney is perhaps the most creatively "protective" studio out there, meaning they want to milk what worked in the past until there's nothing creative left (this coming from a Disney lover).There are definitely violins in the chorus.Disney has rights for the lion king complete score soundtrack. Maybe the only way to get the soundtrack to be released is to sue the company.
Haha, what does that even mean?I'm hoping Interstellar's score will be great. The trailer music has gotten frequent listens from me. I really hope the final product is equally good. Don't know how likely that is, but it's worth hoping for.This isn't any surprise ;Pdid hans himself do the "my enemy" track, or is it just on his page because he did the essentials of it?shut your fuck
Track 2 has Halli Cauthery credited and, interestingly, a lot of it resembles Narnia. I love when you can tell who did what easily like that."It was the film makers who didn't want it."<br>The film makers and the producers, mainly Disney...<br><br>"Speaking of that, do we know WHY they didn't? It seems kinda weird to throw out new ideas for no reason..."<br>I suppose they considered that because old ideas worked before, and were well known and appreciated by the public, it was a good thing to use them again and again...Maybe they considered that people would not realise how innapropriate these temptracks were, or maybe even them did not understand it..."It was the film makers who didn't want it."<br><br>Speaking of that, do we know WHY they didn't? It seems kinda weird to throw out new ideas for no reason...redeem himself? come now. he was always going to do something great for pirates 4. it was the film makers who didn't want it.<br><br>Unless Verbinski returns to the Pirates franchise I am not expecting the inspired Hans to chime in either.I still think it would be great if Hans could make an awesome score for POTC5, thus redeeming himself, and allow us to forget On Unfortunate Tides, but I understand if he doesn't want to do it.
Hans' MBTI personality type: www(dot)typefinder.com/infp <br>Agree?His genius lives on in Hans. (Btw, it say "one of the...")<br><br>Lol and if you deny that he's a genius check the characteristics of    intellectual giftedness. Extreme self-depracation, social isolation in his youth and perfectionism are part of it. Read articles about Beethoven's or Tchaikovsky's lives, they had similar behavior.Maybe that's why the movie isn't even greenlit yet... :)Lorne has his own career to handle... So yes since 2012 it's mostly Andrew K., Steve M. & Jasha... But Lorne can still help from time to time... ;)A year ago Hans told me he already said "no" to Disney...<br><br>But who knows, after all this time... lol
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  2013, April 14
Lorne Balfe to score the video game BEYOND - TWO SOULS


Lorne Balfe (Assassin's Creed III, The Frozen Ground) will compose the score for Quantic Dream's (Heavy Rain) groundbreaking new game, Beyond: Two Souls. The revolutionary game will also feature the vocal talents of Academy Award-nominees Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe and is set to release October 8, 2013 for Playstation 3.

Recently announced, Beyond: Two Souls will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27th. After a preview of the game, creator David Cage and actors Ellen Page, Kareem Hardison and Eric Winter will share behind-the-scenes information and answer questions as part of the festival's program, Tribeca Talks: After the Movie. Beyond: Two Souls, garnering praise for blurring the lines between film and game, is the first video game of its kind to be featured at the Tribeca Film Festival.





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Prott reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-28 11:27:06
Lorne's composition for the Two Souls' Tribeca Trailer sounds great! Can't wait to hear the full score... :)

Radik reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-20 22:32:08
Great choice after Normand Corbeil (RIP). Lorne can. I look forward to it. :)
...and btw. why Lorne will not scoring the AC4? He's doing best music from series. Without him Assassins will lost their magic :(

David reply Replies: 1 || 2013-04-17 13:48:17
is he scoring Assassins creed 4?


Hybrid Soldier2013-04-17 13:50:21
No he's not... :)

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-16 20:01:13
How many games has he scored now?

Tim reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-15 20:43:26
great news! Lorne is one of the finest composers of RCPs!!! :)

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