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- The trailer to 13 Days uses The Peacemaker.
- Variety's Amy Archerd quoted Hans saying he's finishing up MI:2,
and will work on Pearl Harbor and possibly Hannibal.
- Gladiator is now on CD
from Decca running 61 minutes!
- I know I know...I've become a ghost webmaster, lol. Well DVD has pretty
much taken up my time, and will do so well past July. I hope to further lessen
my commercial web commitments, streamline DVD rentals, and get back into reviewing
thanks to the new super duper home theatre at home...there's a decent one
at the library but has to contend with lots of street noise. I will say that
the RA samples I've heard for The Road To El Diablo and Gladiator
are quite impressive. Then there's MI:2 to come! That said, I will
soon add DVD links for the entire Zimmer catalogue, all of which I have except
2 (more than my CD catalogue, grin).
- Active in Germany, Hans has composed the main title and 3 themes for the
new RTL TV action soap Die Motorrad-Cops which goes to air on March
30th, as reported by Thomas.
- It's a first - Hans will perform in concert Oct.
10, opening night of the Flanders Film Festival in Ghent's Kuipken
Concert Hall (3,000 seats)! Send all reports!
- The trailer to Mansfield Park uses As Good As It Gets to great
- The Prince Of Egypt has 2 Grammy Nominations for Best Soundtrack
and Best Song - 'When You Believe'.
- DVD NEWZ: The Last Days and Pacific Heights are also out.
- Jeff now has his own website at www.jeffrona.com!
- The trailer to Double Jeopardy uses Black Rain according to
- DVD NEWZ: Cool Runnings - August 24th; The Prince Of Egypt
- amazing package; lots of extras, including accompanying score cues, and
previews to The Road To El Diablo and Chicken Run; The Thin
Red Line - November 2nd, with 10 tracks from Chants.
- Sean reported that Pacific Heights is used in the trailer to The
- John and Jeff have scored Chill Factor with no current CD release;
read another interview with Jeff thanks to
- Muppet Treasure Island and A World Apart seem to have gone
out of print.
- Younger & Younger has just been re-released and by request, here's
via the CDiscography page which will soon have full score track index and
- John Powell shines again with Endurance. Here's the spirited Main
as a sample.
- Alrighty then, finally our own place to openly discuss Zimmer, is back -
the new Hans Zimmer Message Board aka Zoard!
- If it happens, the scoring event of the year action-wise will be Hans' lending
his style to Mission Impossible 2, as reported by FSM. Make
that next year, as the movie has been pushed back.
- Congratulations to Jeff Rona and family on their newborn child.
- Dirk Hein has a brief interview
with Jeff Rona online.
- Helen San had the chance to interview
- Hans is currently working again with Ridley Scott, on Gladiator which
is due next year.
- Ok folks, another RA treat of a different kind - the trailer house cue from
Immediate Music - POW
as used in the US Face/Off trailer.
- DVD NEWZ: Days Of Thunder, Drop Zone - May 25.
- Black Rain is used in the trailer to A Civil Action.
UK have a page with a real audio interview with Hans over The Thin
- Synthfool spotted in the May issue of Keyboard magazine, that Wendy
& Lisa thank Hans for the new start in their film score careers (Toys,
- Look out for a feature story on Media Ventures in the January Keyboard
magazine. Timo chimed in to let us know that the same interview now appears
in the German edition for May.
- Radio Flyer is used in the trailer to Pleasantville.
- Beyond Rangoon was used in an 'ad for ECO - Earth Communications
- The CDiscography page has
been updated and includes a purchasing link for The Thin Red Line. Support
Zinfo by using this link.
- The Thin Red Line had a 2nd CD released featuring the native theme
and song(s) not on the 1st, in addition to extra ones. The melodies and songs
are all native folk, and were recorded by Media Ventures co-composer Claude
Letessier, on location in the Solomon Islands. ie. the singers are the local
choirs. The title is Melanesian Choirs: the Blessed Islands - Chants From
The Thin Red Line. It runs 52 minutes over 26 tracks.
- Zimmerites, Oscar results:
The Thin Red Line was used in the 'In Memoriam' sequence.
- Dramatic - Nicola Piovani - Life Is Beautiful
- Musical or Comedy - Stephen Warbeck- Shakespeare In Love.
- Documentary - The Last Days - scored by Hans!
- Song - When You Believe - The Prince Of Egypt - Stephen Schwartz
- produced by Hans!
The Road To El Dorado folks!
- Sean noticed that Crimson Tide was used in 'ABC USA - 20/20 - Mysteries
from the Top of the World segment', and True Romance was used in the
trailer to the John Powell scored Forces Of Nature.
- Let's restart the fun with Video
Killed The Radio Star
- the classic with The Buggles!
- John Powell has scored With Friends Like These, produced by Hans!
The movie is finally being released this month.
- MV lists a new composer - Francois Blaignan.
- Viktor reports that Hans appeared live on German television, during the
'Golden Camera' awards in Berlin. He was together with a whole bunch of German
guys (like Roland Emmerich) who all kind of made it in Hollywood. Hans is
there with Spielberg presenting The Last Days at the Berlin Film Festival.
- Elton John and Tim Rice have completed 10 songs for El Dorado.
- Martin reports that Mix magazine currently features a story on Media
Ventures covering The Thin Red Line.
- Hans has been double nominated for Best Score Oscar this year for The
Prince Of Egypt and The Thin Red Line! Congrats to the MV team;
The Prince Of Egypt was also nominated for Best Song When You Believe
by Stephen Schwartz and produced by Hans; The Thin Red Line was nominated
in 6 other categories including Best picture, director, editing, cinematography,
screenplay, and sound. Spielberg's documentary The Last Days was also
nominated in that category.
- Hans is currently working on El Dorado with the preliminary song
- 60 Minutes (Australia) used Beyond Rangoon in the East
& West love story episode.
- Tony and Ridley Scott are producing a TV series based on CART racing. They
may ask Hans to score ala Days Of Thunder.
- Good personal news! For those who knew, my CDs that were lost have been
found (wrongly addressed), the collection is no longer orphaned, and I feel
good! What that means, is that I can reference any CD, and have an answer
to questions without having to guess or push my memory without going bonkers.
- The CDiscography page has
been updated and includes a purchasing link for Prince Of Egypt. Apart
from the 2 soundtracks, Walmart is selling the promo pack which now has the
2nd mini edition sampler with 2 bonus score tracks - Chariot Race, It Is
- TTRL was released January 12th on RCA, running at 58 minutes, with
one cue by John Powell! The Toronto Star had this to say in its review
of the movie, "And the score, by Hans Zimmer, is simply the most exquisite
of any American movie in recent memory."! The trailer is self-scored.
- John Powell is attached to score Devil In A Bathrobe for Roger Spottiswoode,
and producers John Woo and Terence Chang, as a follow-up to Face/Off.
- Re-linked the interview by Jon Burlingame which appeared in the LA Times
- They Shoot, He Scores!
- TLKB was nominated for a 1999 Grammy!
- Pacific Heights is used in the trailer to Wrongfully Accused.
- Watched Pacific Heights recently (lost the CD), and noticed a non-CD
cue which is an initial version of a theme in I'll Do Anything.
- Cinescape's review of TTRL had this to say - "Hans Zimmer's
mesmerizing tonal score, comprised of several seven-plus minute suites and
movements, is uncharacteristically graceful for the king of musical bombast,
and massages Malick's images deeper into one's soul."
- Variety's Amy Archerd reported on TTRL - "The movie is different
-- so it isn't surprising that ``The Thin Red Line'' premiere party on Stage
5 at 20th Century Fox Tuesday night also is different.
Onstage, Hans Zimmer's score will be performed by an 80-piece orchestra conducted
by Lucas Richman, assistant conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony who is being
flown out to baton. He is the son of proud parents Helen and Peter Mark Richman.
The ``media alert'' for the premiere does not include director Terrence Malick
as one of the expected guests. But, of course, we can expect the unexpected
- A press release from Euphonix - Zimmer
Uses Euphonix to Crown 'Prince Of Egypt'!
- A clip from Backdraft is shown in Jack Frost, and Hans is
- The dude has been nominated for a Golden Globe award for POE!
- The current (longer) trailer to Mighty Joe Young uses both Drop
Zone and Backdraft.
- 'The teacher' was mentioned in the Time article on Katzenberg and
- Hans scored his first for Spielberg! The Holocaust documentary The Last
- An interview with Hans appeared on Film
Score Daily! A few new tidbits, and at least we agree that Air Force
One was a laugh.
- Samme noticed a CNN interview with Hans about POE.
- Watched I'll Do Anything again last night, and noticed pieces both
not on (most noticeable is demo version of 'You're So Cool' from True Romance),
and remixed for CD.
- Check out the Space Rangers
from Zymphomaniac Thomas Lentz residing at the Zimmer
- A fan reported that Premiere Magazine published a long article about
DreamWorks and POE. The article mentioned that Hans and Steven (Schwartz)
wrote the opening track, 'Deliver Us', way before the film got animated. There's
also a small picture of Hans and Gavin (Greenaway) at work.
- The 2nd POE trailer is now showing with a remix of the original trailer,
starting off with a Broken Arrow type western motif, and climaxing
with a longer shot and possibly original music for the Red Sea!
- Dreamworks and UIP have released a Film Education CD-ROM on POE,
which features behind the scenes interactivity, film and score clips, and
is temped with The Peacemaker and Waterworld. Alrighty, here
they are in streamed RA format: Chariot Score
1, Chariot Score 2, Chariot
Score 3, Actors, Exposure
Tool, Special Effects
- The Thin Red Line is going through major style changes and Jeff Rona
may co-compose the new material with Hans. The movie opens December 25th.
The hype is building, and reports have been very positive, along the lines
of surpassing Saving Private Ryan as a movie. HGW mentioned that the
'music is outstanding'. The trailer is linked here!
- This quote from the Nick Glennie-Smith interview
in ScoreLogue about Hans' work on the upcoming Pacific movie The Thin
Red Line - "He's written a lot of music before they even started shooting.
That's because the director wanted to have the musical ideas made especially
for that film sort of around, playing on the set while he was filming. That's
the exception rather than the rule."
- Alicia related that Amy Wallace of The Los Angeles Times Calendar,
has this to report:
- "Music, always vital in animated films, was even more so in "POE." Without
snappy dialog and wisecracks as a backdrop, Academy Award-winning composer
Hans Zimmer ("The Lion King") was called upon not only to heighten the
films drama, but also at times to create it. The directors credit him,
for example, with making the movie's depiction of God make sense."
- HG-Winfo has opened, and Nov 24 saw the
Enemy Of The State score released.
- Prince Of Egypt had 3 soundtracks released on November 17:
See the official
site which has opened in full!
- The Score/musical songs (6 score cues, 5 Zimmer songs, 3 MV songs, 5
- Christian/Gospel/R&B/Pop "Inspired by"
- Country "Inspired by"
- Mike writes that The Peacemaker is used in one of Star Trek: Insurrection
- Nov 10 - Armageddon (19 tracks) - seems that Harry's music was left
- Lucky Zimmerite Roger Lee reports that POE has already been released
in Singapore! It is also out in Malaysia, The Netherlands, Austria, Norway,
Canada, Belgium, and the UK.
- Nov 3 - Antz (52 minutes, score) - HGW
- Driving Miss Daisy, Rain Man, New Music In Films can now be sampled
in RA on the CDiscography page
- The first single from the POE barrage will be from wunderkind Alison
- More streaming RAs can be found on the CDiscography page featuring A
World Apart, Paperhouse
- Tony Scott's next movie with Jerry Bruckheimer producing is Enemy Of
The State. The trailer (uses Bad Boys) is now showing with a release
on November 26th. Trevor Rabin is scoring, with Harry Gregson-Williams co-composing
as a joint-credit.
- The longer version of the Saving Private Ryan trailer uses Whole
- Hans has scored the eighth public service announcement by ECO (Earth Communications
- Being the birthday month - Zinfo's 2nd on the 26th - here's a little treat;
6 new edits from Days Of Thunder
and the movie
version of Last Note Of Freedom sung by David Coverdale, and written
by Hans and Billy Idol. Score orchestrated by Shirley Walker and Bruce Fowler;
arranged by Chris Kennedy and Jay Rifkin; produced by Trevor Horn and Paul
O' Duffy (The Living Daylights); guitar by Jeff Beck. Thanks to Mark Mancina
and Trevor Rabin.
- September 12th - Happy birthday Hans! From all the 3,000 Zinfo zimmerites,
may the next 10 years be just as cool, touching, and unique.
- John Powell has scored Endurance, with Hans producing!
- Maksim reports that Sweden TV 1&2 has used The Rock for a TV Series
- John Powell scored the Dreamworks Digital Animation Antz, which opened
October 2nd. Our man Harry co-scored, opting out of Velocity Of Gary
"in favour of writing something very different." They went to London
to record it with an orchestra. Furthermore, he will writing a commercial
for Tim Burton next week!
- The POE trailer is now showing in cinemas, and is scored by HGW...rather
well! Go to the Dark
Horizons site for a large collection of pics and other tidbits from the
movie! Listen to the trailer here.
See the improved
(smaller) Real Video version
on Zinfo proper. Saw the theatrical trailer for POE (in private cinema screening
room), without songs. Not sure if that's the first one, or the 2nd one.
- Backdraft was re-released in the US on August 11th, this time on
parent label BMG/Milan. There is no new music; if anyone notices a new cover,
or remastered music, let me know, thanks.
- Thanks to Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison for providing the long lost clip to
indexed at Yumbiosis - the praised but short-lived
TV animated series.
- Martin writes that in an article titled Horns For Hollywood, Music
From the Movies magazine describes, "The soon to be released POE, Hans
Zimmer's music contains special effects for the horn to coincide with the
Moses' parting of the waters"!
- A new Muppet movie is in the works, Muppets From Space - directed
by Tim Hill. Maybe Hans will stick to the franchise.
- The Peacemaker is being used in the long trailer to Return To
Paradise (scored by Mark Mancina).
- MCA Home Video have released Bird On A Wire on DVD (Dolby Surround
Widescreen) and there was speculation that the unreleased score was
to be featured on a separate track, but seems to be untrue.
- Seems like Drop Zone is popular with trailer editors; it is now being
used in Mighty Joe Young.
- MV is expanding building-wise making space for offices and a multimedia
division - let's have an enhanced CD-ROM please!
- In a recent interview with Soundtrack! magazine, Shirley Walker shed
some light on the Media Ventures policy of giving co-composers credit:
- "Hans Zimmer is one of the first people who opened that curtain and
said "you know, here's what's really happening, and I'm going to name
the people who write with me and I'm going to give them credit", and he
opened that whole thing up. There are still composers who have people
writing for them who are hiding. Most film composers are pretending that's
it's a one-person job, and i would say for maybe 10% of the working composers
it really is a one-person job. And of course it's the top 10 %!
I think we are seeing a benefit with Hans and Media Ventures, as the
first group that just put it out there and said: "here it is and this
is how we do it" It shouldn't take away from the people involved. It's
incredible that they can pull it off and come out with good stuff. I
think there are other composers now who can find a way to take every
job they're offered and not have to do all composing! So there are shifts
in the marketplace that are challenging for all of us to live up to.
- Dorian Yates had the class to use Crimson Tide and True Romance
in his Mr. Olympia '98 segment on ESPN.
- El Dorado: City Of Gold has been described as a comedy set against
the Conquest, with Tim Rice and Elton John been asked to write 7 songs for
the film which will be about Spanish sailors in Mexico during Cortes' time.
- The Lion King has been used for an Australian TV ad series - NRMA
Insurance, and is also being used as 'Channel 7 Australia - Sports
- The German TV series, Space Night, uses Rainman.
- True Romance is used in 'The Hunger (Showtime) - The Sword'.
- Hans won another BMI Film Music award for As Good As It Gets.
- Sonic Images Records are still finalising the agreement to release
Jeff Rona's work from High Incident and Homicide on a compilation
titled Scenes From The Crime! Jeff says he hasn't compiled it just
yet as he is waiting for the go-ahead.
- I finally received a copy of the Chicago Hope soundtrack
released on Sonic Images Records on November 4th! Included are both
main titles by Mark Isham (pronounced 'eye-shem'), and the moving underscore
by Jeff Rona! The 2 songs by Mandy Patinkin have been dropped. Review to follow
the 2 by HGW, which includes the 2 dropped songs by Mandy Patinkin!
- Beyond Rangoon is reportedly being used in the Mulan trailer.
- FSD ran a comment saying that POE was recorded in London recently
(yes it was) - that it was very good (not surprising), a change of pace (umm),
with a few songs written by Zimmer (unlikely - Stephen Schwartz), the score
themes being separate from the songs (pretty much like TLK) and the
other Disney movies. I would say that was only part of the score being recorded,
with other pieces still being added as reported by Jeff Rona; the CD length
may be quite satisfactory as a result of being recorded in London. In any
case, who wants to differ that POE will get Oscar this time next year?!
- Well, well, well (3 holes in the ground)...there is a Follow your Dreams
Vol. 2! It is what I suspected - tracks from the private AZC release
as well as The Preacher's Wife cassette, Insignificance LP,
Calendar Girl, TLK, Histoire of O and The Buggles "Video
Killed The Radio Star". The artwork is rather impressive though, and the CD
has been retailing for US$35. Furthermore, there is talk of a Vol. 3, to include
material by other MV composers.
- Thomas in Austria reports that the "Christmas in Vienna" concert by Placido
Domingo and Sarah Brightman held last December, featured a version of the
Hans Zimmer/Trevor Horn song,"The Closing of the Year" (Reprise) from Toys!
- While I may not be able to afford new purchases, don't stop yourself from
getting new 'associate' titles, linked from the new
section from the Zimmer CDiscography! Includes The Man In The Iron
Mask, The Replacement Killers etc. Your purchases help a little in maintaining
Zinfo; the links have been fixed.
- A nice surprise in the form of Nick Glennie-Smith scoring the upcoming The
Man In The Iron Mask directed by Randall Wallace, has been released on
Milan, March 10th. Reviews liken it to The Rock with a classical twinge;
worked quite well in movie.
- Alicia posted that Simba's Pride (Lion King 2) will be coming to
video October 27th; and Hans didn't score it; reports state that NGS is scoring.
- This is possibly a first - The Peacemaker is available as sheet music
(score) at around $4; "Themes from The Peacemaker, Music By Hans Zimmer,
for Solo Piano." The music (4 pages) was published by "Cherry Lane Music"
and is exclusively distributed by the Hal Leonard Corporation. Thanks to Alan
for the Zinfo!
- Last month Jeff completed work on the new Frank Darabont (Shawshank Redemption)
HBO movie Black Cat Run, from the producer of Drop Zone.
- Jeff was kind enough to let us know that he is currently producing a few
sessions for Prince Of Egypt with some Middle Eastern players (woo
- The CBS telecast of the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics reportedly is using
Backdraft, Crimson Tide, and The Rock.
- Former Zimmer collaborator John Van Tongeren gave an insightful interview
to Sonic Images Records.
- With Zimmer as a fan, I was fortunate to present the Randy Newman interview
for 60 Minutes (Fiji TV)!
- A Japanese TV program Iron Chef uses Backdraft.
- Hans' baby son Jake was born on my birthday! Congratulations to him and
his family. New inspiration for scores?!
- Nick Glennie-Smith's 3rd solo project - Home Alone 3 which opened
Christmas, had it's soundtrack released on Hollywood Records, November 18th.
After watching the movie, I felt that it has the essential Zimmer/MV trademarks
of percussive electronics, heartfelt melodies, and a transposition of John
Williams original theme. Worked very well in the movie, but only has one track
on CD. A good and consistent progression from Fire Down Below. The
'Zimmer' gang also helped out on this one including Bruce Fowler and Laura
Perlman. Enjoyable movie.
- Apparently The Rock is used again in the trailer to Hard Rain
(The Flood); it is also being used in the new trailer to Armageddon
- Trevor Rabin scores.
- Long-time Zimmer orchestrator, Bruce Fowler (last helping on Con Air)
had his score replaced by Alan Silvestri on Mousehunt, which opened
- Zimmerite, Andrew Carr, from Oz down under spiels away with What is film
music innovation? - a debate on Hans Zimmer and the Serviceable Film Score,
in the latest article to hit Zinfo!
- I received a copy of the FSM interview with Han, and I must say it didn't
say much, except for being pedantic about 'subtext', and comparing Hans with
Goldsmith for some reason.
- The 1st Prince Of Egypt poster is out (2 framed at MV), and is spectacular!
It is very regal, depicting a chariot with the horse on its hind legs on a
hill in the foreground, with the pyramids in the distance, a bright sun -
shade of brown/orange. A collectors' must have I reckon!
- John Van Tongeren kindly emailed after stopping by Zinfo, and set a few
facts straight - details in due time.
- The Media Ventures website team have won the web account for the new Star
- John Van Tongeren has left MV, and now composes out of his Blue Room studios.
- A CD for High Incident will be released on Sonic Images Records in
the near future - the existing in-house Dreamworks CD will be re-compiled.
It will be a double feature, including Jeff Rona's work on Homicide
- Updating Zinfo...Mac's home in Fiji!
- Yuppers - met Hans!
- Hi London.
- Farewell from my Nebraska base!
- Looks like MV may have added their first additional German composer
to their roster - Henning Lohner.
- The Italian label CAM has released Histoire d'O Vol.1 & 2,
which features 3 tracks by Hans.
- The Prince Of Egypt will premiere in December 1998; it will be the
first animated feature ($70 million) for Dreamworks, and is expected to have
to compete against Disney's 2nd Pixar production - A Bug's Life. Comparatively,
The Peacemaker only cost $50 million.
- Prince Of Egypt got a plug on TV, with Spielberg being interviewed
by Christian TV over the animation's Bible content, after the rough cut was
screened for religious leaders. Apparently the response has been "positively
- The new Zimmer Clubhouze is now open! Featuring
pics and bios of Zimmer fans, who are inspired by Hans, and demos of their
- Apparently, Jeff Rona has added Gun to his TV series underscoring
- The trailer to Most Wanted uses a transposed Crimson Tide,
which is followed by the library piece, POW (used by licence in many
- Nick Glennie-Smith's Fire Down Below, starring Steven Seagal, was
reviewed by Variety as 'bouncy'. Saw it myself, and I do recommend it as a
movie, and nice score (mix between Calender Girl and The Rock)!
- A hark back to the early days with Hans girating
on Video Killed The Radio Star, recently featured on VH-1.
- Harry Gregson-Williams and Steven Stern along with John Van Tongeren have
their group project on Showtime's Poltergeist - The Legacy out on CD
from Sonic Images Records.
- PJ Hanke and John Powell have been added to MV's roster of composers.
- The sublimeness of John Powell's talent was evident in a recent episode
of High Incident (where the baby dies at birth, in the ambulance, after
an earthquake); he transposed Hans' main theme rather scrumptiously.
- Woohoo!!! Hans live performance of Helden's Spies with Warren Cann
is getting closer to a release, thanks to Cerise Reed.
- Some Variety news: "The Prince of Egypt" will be a true test of whether
an animated feature with a serious subject matter can stand on its own. The
film, about Moses, will have no fast-food tie-ins and very little merchandising.
Our business should not be driven by merchandising potential," said Brad Globe,
head of consumer products for DreamWorks. "The most important thing is quality.
If it's compelling entertainment, the rest takes care of itself."
- Try to check out Operation: Delta on HBO - very Zimmer-like score
- Hans did NOT write any of Face/Off, but certainly served as 'coach',
and inside buzz is that John certainly has his own style, which we'll hear
once he gets more exposure. John wrote a 60 second Mountain Dew Jackie
Chan TV spot.
- Gavin Greenaway who provided additional music for Face/Off is John
Powell's writing partner, and MV's newest resident composer! You may recall
he orchestrated on Beyond Rangoon, and he recently did the same on
The Peacemaker. His score credits include the TV series Bugs.
Hans has high hopes for him.
- Alrighty, here's a taste of Face/Off
for ya all! Track 7 which is titled Hans' Loft is referring to the
loft where Hans et al relax in at MV when they need a break, accessible only
by ladder stairs.
- Pete Haycock recorded a scoring comeback with John Powell for the pilot
to the TV Series For The People (yet to be shown).
- Stephen Schwartz of Pocahontas and Hunchback Of Notre Dame
fame, is writing the songs for Prince Of Egypt.
- BallPark Prods. head Michael Schiffer, who wrote Crimson Tide and
Peacemaker, will work on Redemption; Hans may score, grin.
- Hans has his mugg along with his peers in the
current issue of Vanity Fair!
- In March 1997, Euphonix delivered its new CS3000 systems. Orders for the
CS3000 were received from, among others commercial music giant A&M Studios
in Los Angeles and Emmy and Oscar winning composer Hans Zimmer.
- There may now be a full (and expanded) score for The Fan! Review
of the available edit is published on the Zoard (Zimmer Message Board). Music
used in the movie review can be found on November's
- I spoke to Hans for 40 minutes; was very candid, and VERY informative -
so much work ahead of me!
- Hans appeared on "CBS Sunday This Morning" (News) (USA), December 15th.
A not so bright host; brief; highlighted The Preacher's Wife.
- I was fortunate to receive a copy of the Zimmer/Mancina Collaboration -
review is on Board.
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