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Old 04-25-2008, 12:31 PM
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Personally, I was hoping for Shirley Walker. (Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Batman Mask of the Phantasam)
I'm sorry to tell you, but Shirley Walker died in November 2006. Mask of the Phantasm was a fantastic score, though.
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Many of you listed the Incredibles soundtrack. Personally, I hope it is as different from that as possible. I HATED that score, it was worse than the Star Trek IV score by a mile. In THAT case, the music alone may ruin the movie for me.

I truly hope he reuses the Jerry Goldsmith music, even if it is only used a couple times (like John Ottman did with Williams' theme in Superman Returns). That has been pretty much established as the Star Trek theme, even moreso than the AC theme; even Gene Roddenberry is on record as having said he originally intended for Goldsmith to do the theme for TOS, but had to pick AC because Goldsmith was unavailable at the time. So, it would be idiotic to pick what I think was the second-best theme over the iconic theme that even the creator of Trek overall had explicitly stated was the true theme.
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Old 04-25-2008, 07:12 PM
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It should be similar to what John Ottoman did for Superman Returns. The only thing is it should modify the TOS theme or the TMP Goldsmith version. It shouldn't have any relation to any of the newer themes because of when this picture takes place in.
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Many of you listed the Incredibles soundtrack. Personally, I hope it is as different from that as possible. I HATED that score, it was worse than the Star Trek IV score by a mile. In THAT case, the music alone may ruin the movie for me.
Well, of course the score for TREK will be nothing like the score for THE INCREDIBLES because they're two entirely different films. No doubt Giacchino will write music to fit J.J. Abrams' film, just as he's done for other directors and their unique films.

If you're going to compare Giacchino's work across films, at least compare TREK to his work for Abrams on M:I3, which would have something more in common to TREK.
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Well, of course the score for TREK will be nothing like the score for THE INCREDIBLES ...
Yeah, Horner's justification for 'reusing' score obviousluy WON'T apply here...

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Old 04-25-2008, 09:37 PM
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but you cant argue that he still needs to incorperate themes that have made star trek famous
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I think he will do it as he did it in MI:III, where he used the orignial music quite often, tried to stay true to the orginal theme and used own music in between.
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I'd like to hear the Star Trek equivalent of M:I:III. Full of energy, punch, heart, and nods to the Original Series.

Another idea, since this is an 'origin' story, would be to hold off on the Courage Fanfare until the end. When the Star Trek we know and love comes to me.
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James Horner's still alive, inst he?
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James Horner's still alive, inst he?
yup he is still alive
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