Coming next month is Daniel Pemberton‘s nostalgic and wonderfully wistful score to Being The Ricardos, the Academy Award®-nominated and Golden Globe-winning film directed by Aaron Sorkin from Amazon Studios! The single LP collectible record is pressed on limited edition classic black vinyl. Lakeshore Records is now taking advance pre-orders for U.S, customers. The Being The Ricardos soundtrack vinyl hits retailer shelves in January. More details below.
“Composer Daniel Pemberton Taps Into “Magic” Of Hollywood’s Golden Age With ‘Being The Ricardos’ Score” – Deadline
“The multi-faceted score merges vibrant electronics, piano, vocalizations and orchestral elements in an eclectic mix of tracks that reflect the many extraordinary female characters and their unique perspectives in the darkly comedic anthology series.” – ScreenRant
Endeavor Content in partnership with Lakeshore Records has released Roar—Apple TV+ Original Series Soundtrack featuring music by award-winning Composer Isobel Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Black Mirror), available now digitally worldwide. View full album details and listen to two tracks, “The Woman Who Ate Photographs” and “The Woman Who Sat On The Shelf” that originally premiered on ScreenRant, below.
Created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch and starring Nicole Kidman (who also serves as an executive producer), Cynthia Erivo, Issa Rae, Merritt Wever, Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Meera Syal, Fiveal Stewart and Kara Hayward, “Roar” debuts April 15 on Apple TV+.
Lakeshore Records has released Daniel Pemberton’s score to Being The Ricardos, available now on all major digital music services such as Amazon Music! Keep reading for full album details and a look at the forthcoming film starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem!
Aaron Sorkin’s (The Trial of the Chicago 7, Molly’s Game) Being the Ricardos, in theaters December 10 and on Prime Video December 21.
Listen to “End of A Dream” previously premiered at Deadline:
From intense drama to serious laughs, now you can enjoy Destroyer, starring Academy Award® Winner Nicole Kidman in one of her best roles yet, and What Men Want, starring Academy Award® Nominee Taraji P. Henson now in the comfort of your own home. Theodore Shapiro’s Destroyer score is one of the most acclaimed scores of 2018 and the incomparable Brian Tyler literally does it in his score to this modern rom-com. Check out the video below and see for yourself!
The critics reviews for the Destroyer score by Theodore Shapiro are coming in! And, with Nicole Kidman earning a Golden Globe® nomination for her performance in the film, the excitement is heating up fast! Are you going to see this new Karyn Kusama-directed film?
Annapurna Pictures presents DESTROYER, in theaters December 25!
“An explosive bank robbery scene midway through is expertly staged and thrilling to watch, and the knife-on-bone score by Theodore Shapiro and ashen cinematography by Julie Kirkwood amp up the grittiness of the piece until you can practically taste the polluted LA air.” – The AV Club
There’s a darker side to his oeuvre, as heard in horror films such as The Invitation and in upcoming Nicole Kidman-starring Destroyer. – Vehlinggo
The track, titled “Chaconne,” shows just how much thought went into the music for “Destroyer.” Shapiro has said that he wanted to create a sound “that is obsessive, animal, fierce, but also tinged with a layer of pain and regret.” And you can hear that all throughout this exclusive track. – The Playlist
“The hovering ominousness, tough talk and sense of ever-present threat rumbling around in Theodore Shapiro’s score remind viewers at once of Mann’s towering 1995 crime classic, to the extent that you can’t get the comparison out of your mind, which is not a good thing for the imitator.” – Hollywood Reporter
“This is not quite like other Theodore Shapiro offerings which tend to be a little more light-hearted, veering to the whimsical, this is a dark, sometimes droning, brooding offering which will most likely appeal to as many as it turns off. That said, it only improves with repeated listens, each new listen revealing more facets and details of each track. – Set The Tape
“The upcoming film also features a truly memorable score, composed by Theodore Shapiro. And while “Destroyer” won’t be released until Christmas, fans of Kusama, and great music in general, can hear Shapiro’s score when Lakeshore Records releases it on November 16.” – The Playlist
“The music, by Theodore Shapiro (A Simple Favour), also adds to the burgeoning sense of doom, intermittently introduced in an effectively overbearing fashion.” – Flickering Myth
“Her brutal odyssey is complemented by a growling score by Theodore Shapiro; his repeated use of two crunching guitar notes, that has a similar effect to Jaws in announcing Bell’s relentless presence as she prowls for prey.” – The List UK
“Theodore Shapiro created the beautiful score that tells the story of Erin Bell and her search for answers. It’s a perfect mix of the anxiety of the film, having you on the edge of your seat, and waiting for the other shoe to drop, as well as contrasting it with beautiful moments of serenity and peace for Erin.” – The Mary Sue