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    Earthquake Bird (Netflix)

    http://filmmusicreporter.com/2019/04...rthquake-bird/

    Atticus Ross (The Social Network, Gone Girl, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) and Leopold Ross (The Book of Eli, Triple 9) have recently scored the upcoming Netflix original movie Earthquake Bird. The film is written and directed by Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice, Colette) and stars Alicia Vikander, Riley Keough, Jack Huston and Naoki Kobayashi. The thriller is based on Susanna Jonesí novel of the same title and tells the story of young female expat who is suspected of murder after her friend goes missing in the wake of a tumultuous love triangle with a handsome local photographer. Kevin Walsh (Manchester by the Sea, All the Money in the World) & Michael Pruss (Equals, Zoe) are producing the project for Scott Free, alongside Ann Ruark (Wildlife, The Beaver) and Georgina Pope. Ridley Scott (Alien, Gladiator) serves as an executive producer. Earthquake Bird is expected to premiere later this year on Netflix.
    Warning: article uses the worst possible pic of Leo they couldda found

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    Another year, another bird-based Netflix film scored by Atticus...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadflax View Post
    Another year, another bird-based Netflix film scored by Atticus...
    And Death Note, Ryuk is covered in feathers.

    He does have a bird tattoo. Is this an ARG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    And Death Note, Ryuk is covered in feathers.

    He does have a bird tattoo. Is this an ARG?
    *checks own tattoo*

    OH MY GOD I'M PART OF IT


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadflax View Post
    *checks own tattoo*

    OH MY GOD I'M PART OF IT

    You.. you were scored by Atticus ?

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    I hope Atticus doesn't get...pigeonholed...

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    Bird Box sequel confirmed!
    Last edited by botley; 05-07-2019 at 12:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Bird Box sequel confirmed!
    I wonder if they'll tap R&R for more new music or just use the rest of the stuff they did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_guyet View Post
    I wonder if they'll tap R&R for more new music or just use the rest of the stuff they did.
    psst, satire site

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    psst, satire site
    (I know. I was being dry. I failed.)

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    Saw this at the London Film Festival a couple of days ago. Doesn't stray too far from the typical sound, with plenty of drones and strings, and it really worked well in amplifying the tension in some of the scenes. A highlight was a great moment which mixed the percussion in the scene with a driving track.

    After the film there was a Q&A where the director was asked about the soundtrack and said Atticus and Leopold were brought in very early, with the director being impressed with work they had done on other soundtracks and with NIN. The director said they started work on the score very early and as the film was coming together, they worked with the sound designer and editor, so elements of the film like camera clicks were brought into the score. Took a video (unfortunately with terrible sound) of the latter half of his answer at the end of this album.

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