The Moody Blues - News Poster


First Clip From Not Fade Away, Plus Soundtrack Tracklist!

In case you forgot, David Chase‘s coming-of-age movie Not Fade Away is set to open this month, so the good thing is that today we finally have the first cip from the whole thing! As you already know, the movie will tell us the story of three best friends from the suburbs of New Jersey who decide to form a rock band. Check out the rest of this report to hear how they sound. Not bad at all – if you ask me!

So, The Sopranos creator and producer David Chase is making his feature directing debut with the movie which is set in New Jersey in 1964 where a group of friends are inspired to form their own rock band fronted by a gifted singer-songwriter.

Click here to view the embedded video.

Starring John Magaro, Jack Huston, Will Brill, Bella Heathcote, Brad Garrett, Christopher McDonald and James Gandolfini, Not Fade Away
See full article at Filmofilia »

Not Fade Away 'Bo Diddley' Clip and Soundtrack Details

Not Fade Away 'Bo Diddley' Clip and Soundtrack Details
Paramount Pictures has debuted the first clip from Not Fade Away, the feature directorial debut of The Sopranos creator David Chase. Jack Huston, John Magaro, and Will Brill star as New Jersey teenagers who are inspired to start their own rock band after seeing The Rolling Stones on television. This scene shows the burgeoning band trying to get their sound right while playing Bo Diddley's self-titled song. Check out this scene, then read on for the official press release announcing this period drama's soundtrack details.

Not Fade Away - Bo Diddley

Not Fade Away, the widely anticipated feature film debut from The Sopranos creator David Chase, is an ode to the transformative power of rock 'n' roll. In 1964, The Rolling Stones appear on television and three best friends from the suburbs of New Jersey decide to form a rock band. The film stars John Magaro, Jack Huston, Will Brill,
See full article at MovieWeb »

This Week in Soundtracks – May 29 includes ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’

Three new releases this week, though the material is not very new and unique.

Snow White and the Huntsman (Osc) by James Newton Howard

James Newton Howard returns with his second film score of 2012 (The Hunger Games was the first). Jnh’s signature style is definitely felt here, almost to the point where some tracks could be mistaken for other films. That being said, the sound does fit well with Snow White and the Huntsman. This is the darker, more action-packed of the two Snow White films released in 2012. Where Mirror, Mirror’s score is whimsical and fluffy, this one is more serious and plays to darker themes. Much of the score is calmly dramatic, but there are good action cues like “Escape from the Tower” and “Warriors on the Beach” that increases the pace. There are 19 tracks in total, all but two composed by Jnh. The others are songs
See full article at SoundOnSight »

Movie Score Review: Dark Shadows: Original Score

Composer: Danny Elfman

Original Release Date: 2012

Audio CD

Number of Discs: 1, approx. 53 minutes

Label: WaterTower Music

Music by Danny Elfman; Score Produced by Danny Elfman; Orchestrations by Steve Bartek, Edgardo Simone, David Slonaker; Midi Supervision & Preparation by Marc Mann; Orchestra Leader: Thomas Bowes; Conductor: Rick Wentworth; Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths; Score Recorded at Air Studios and Abbey Road Studios, London, England; Choir: Metro Voices; Choirmaster: Jenny O’Grady; Boys Choir: Cardinal Vaughan School Choir; Boys Choir Director: Scott Price

Danny Elfman has composed dozens of scores and themes for television and movies, from Batman, Batman Returns, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and A Nightmare Before Christmas to The Simpsons, Beetlejuice and Desperate Housewives. He has collaborated with Tim Burton on all but two of Burton’s movies.

This soundtrack is not to be confused with Dark Shadows: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which is an mp3 download of the original artist songs used in the movie,
See full article at ScifiMafia »

Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows

Directed by: Tim Burton

Cast: Johnny Depp, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter, Chloe Grace Moretz, Jackie Earle Haley, Bella Heathcote

Running Time: 1 hr 53 mins

Rating: PG-13

Release Date: May 11, 2012

Plot: Barnabas Collins (Depp) is a vampire from the 1770s set free in the 1970s. As he try to restore his family to power in the seafood business, he faces competition from the seductive witch who originally cursed him (Green).

Who’S It For?: If you have a Tim Burton-like crush on Johnny Depp, and would watch him caress a light switch for two hours, you’ll be happy to know that Depp is indeed in this movie. Also, if you were a fan of the original series that this movie is based on, you might owe it to all of those weekday afternoons just to see how another Burton/Depp flick was made out of 1,225 episodes.
See full article at Scorecard Review »

Cool Clicks: The 20 Hottest Photos of Carmen Electra

We scour the interwebs for the coolest movie news and more so you don't have to ...

Carmen Electra is a staple hot girl in any collection, having done countless photo shoots (including five for Playboy) and indulged in media-circus marriages to the likes of Dennis Rodman and Dave Navarro. Check out Heavy's collection of the 20 hottest photos of the former "Baywatch" babe.

Are you in the mood for "funny" or "fierce?" Whether you'd prefer to laugh along with Mila Kunis in "Ted" or suit up with Scarlett Johansson in "The Avengers," BuzzSugar has a gal for every movie lover in its in-depth look at the summer movie season's top leading ladies.

You know "The Jungle Book" … but do you know "The Graveyard Book?" Disney has optioned Neil Gaiman's novel about a boy raised by ghosts in a graveyard with "Coraline" director Henry Selick set to call the spooky shots,
See full article at NextMovie »

'Dark Shadows' soundtrack to feature '70s hits from Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, T. Rex and more

  • Hitfix
'Dark Shadows' soundtrack to feature '70s hits from Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, T. Rex and more
Whereas the original "Dark Shadows" aired in the 1960s, Tim Burton's upcoming big screen "revamp" (hee hee) is set in the '70s -- and has the soundtrack to prove it. Skewing toward the hipper side of the Me Decade, "Dark Shadows" includes tunes from Iggy Pop, T-Rex, Alice Cooper, Donovan and Barry White. It also features Top 40 staples such as The Moody Blues, The Carpenters and The Steve Miller Band (sort of). In the case of the latter's "The Joker," we'll get to hear star Johnny Depp recite the infectious tune in character as Barnabas Collins, the Victorian Age vampire trapped...
See full article at Hitfix »

'Dark Shadows' Soundtrack Features Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, The Carpenters, T-Rex & More

Composer Danny Elfman has written the score to Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows," starring Johnny Depp, natch. It probably sounds a little like the music featured here (though you can actually hear it here). However, what's likely a bit more interesting than the original score, is the soundtrack to Burton's comedic '70s-set vampire tale based off a 1960s ABC soap opera about a family tormented by strange supernatural occurrences.

Due May 8th via WaterTower Music, the 11-track various artists soundtrack features Iggy Pop, The Moody Blues, The Carpenters, T-Rex, Alice Cooper and even Johnny Depp doing a spoken-word version of the Steve Miller Band's "The Joker." You can hear samples of the soundtrack over at the Water Town Music site and or just listen to the clips below. You're likely well-versed in most of these '70s songs, but might we recommend sitting through the lovely fromage that
See full article at The Playlist »

See What Danny Elfman has in Store for Us with the Soundtrack for ‘Dark Shadows’

How has Danny Elfman never won a damn Oscar?! Not only that . . . he’s only been nominated four times. Let that thought linger in your brain for a little bit while you hum in your head the theme to Batman (1989), The Nightmare Before Christmas, Mission: Impossible, and Men in Black. Those are just a few memorable scores he has given us over the years. A frequent collaborator with Tim Burton, Dark Shadows marks the 13th time the composer has teamed up with the popular director. Who’s to say that his new score for the film won’t mark another memorable partnership between the two. To get a taste of how he approached the score to the adaptation of the cult TV show, read what he has to say below courtesy of Dark Shadows News.

“Tim [Burton] had some specific ideas about the music,” he explains in a press release for the forthcoming soundtrack album.
See full article at Destroy the Brain »

See also

Credited With |  External Sites

Recently Viewed