For lucky Severance fans who are at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) this weekend, they got to experience the show at the Severance Activation held at Hard Rock Hotel first hand. Not everyone can be there, so we’ve collated some of our favorite coverage of the coveted event. Set up like an employee orientation, attendees got the fully-immersive Severance experience on the Severed Floor with the exception of actually getting your memories Severed. If you haven’t caught up on all episodes, spoilers may be ahead!
If you happen to be at Comic Con San Diego this year and have trouble deciding which event or panel discussion to complement your personal schedule, then we have a list for you! See our must-attend suggestions featuring Lakeshore Records–affiliated composers and film/TV music professionals!
Hear GRAMMY Nominees Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (composers, “Stranger Things”), Thomas Golubić (Music Supervisor, “Halt And Catch Fire“, “Breaking Bad”, “The Walking Dead“) and others discuss how they create and place music in their programs, how they discover talent, and what their experiences have been working on some of the most popular series on television.
Join the cast and creators of the pop culture phenomenon Stranger Things for an in-depth discussion on the acclaimed series, the journey to Season 2, and be the first to experience never-before-seen footage of what’s to come this October.
If you’re at San Diego Comic Con, then you must be heading to the “Behind The Music” panel discussion, right? Right?
Join some of the top composers around, who will give insight on how they contribute to many of the most popular fantasy/fiction titles in the TV and film worlds. This will be a can’t-miss, colorful, fascinating journey into the minds of the industry’s most imaginative! Panelists include Jeff Russo (composer, Legion, Fargo), Mac Quayle (composer, Mr. Robot, American Horror Story, Feud), and more! Celebrity moderators are Rachel Keller (Legion, Fargo) and Jeremie Harris (Legion, The Get Down). Grab details below and more info at Comic Con online.
BEHIND THE MUSIC
1 PM, Room 29AB
At San Diego Comic-Con (#SDCC14), Producer Bryan Fuller reveals to fans that four volumes of the Hannibal music — two for each season — will be released [by Lakeshore Records], with the first to be released on August 5. The music, composed by Brian Reitzell, has received rave reviews. Not everyone could experience the excitement of sitting in on the NBC Hannibal panel at SDCC entitled, “Embrace The Madness,” but you can read the full play-by-play live-blog at HitFix, written by Alan Sepinwall.
Many secrets were revealed for NBC Hannibal Season Three and Season Four. Conference attendee: “Is it true season 3 starts a year after season 2?”
“It’s true,” says [Bryan] Fuller, “Because we want to be very vague with who survived that bloody, bloody night.” [Source: HitFix]
Photo: Hannibal Composer Brian Reitzell.
Let’s revisit the excitement of the “Embrace The Madness” panel, who chew the fat at San Diego Comic-Con:
Look out for the Hannibal Soundtrack released by Lakeshore Records, Season One Volume 1 & 2 on Tuesday, August 5!
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