Michael Giacchino might've only had four and a half weeks to write the score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but judging from this highlight he didn't waste a single moment.Read More
Composing machine Michael Giacchino was brought in at the last minute to score Rogue One, but we didn't even realize how late of an addition he was to the Star Wars team.Read More
The composer has also scored the first two Star Trek reboot films and Lost.
With his job on Rogue One, Giacchino becomes the first composer other than John Williams to write songs for the Star Wars franchise--and in spite of the fact that he was somewhat of a late addition to the post-production process, it definitely feels like we'll be in good hands.Read More
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This cosplay, inspired by the look of Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman in Batman Returns, is utterly fabulous. Model Violet Love is featured in a series of photos that certainly evoke the overall mood of the film.Read More
To boldly go... where no musician has gone before.
We've got a very special treat for some Star Trek fans out there, provided they and are also going to be in San Diego on July 26th!Read More
John Williams Is Ready to Listen If You Want to Call Him Up About the Star Wars Sequels, Disney. Any Time Now.
It Came From Outer Space
La Luna - Pixar by Spi0n Enrico Casarosa created a beautiful short based loosely on his own life. It's called "La Luna" and it reminded me a lot of Super Mario Galaxy. You'll see why. The piece was an Oscar nominee for Best Animated Short Film this past year and Pixar favorite Michael Giacchino provided the music. It's utterly delightful. (via io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
Chances are you've seen Up. How could you not, right? Seeing as Disney/Pixar has a way with winning hearts and Academy Awards. So, if my guess is right, then I'm sure you're quite familiar with the story of Carl and Ellie. A pair who fell completely in love as they grew up together. Who married and grew old together. And in a testament to the power of the moving image (and the composing ability of one Michael Giacchino), we watch them walk through life together. As simply as the clouds rolling by, but with the color and brightness of every one of Carl's balloons brought to life.
So, when the newly engaged James and Lynnette decided to do an engagement photo shoot, they wanted the same thing. Nerdy, yes, but no less touching.Read More