Greg Berlanti’s groundbreaking gay romcom is an exuberant gift, a John Hughes movie for audiences who just got woke and the first mainstream studio release to put a closeted teen front and center. – Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
[“Simon and Blue” is] an uplifting, ‘80s-tinted synth sound – Austin Trunick, Under The Radar
Love, Simon, the exuberant coming-of-age story that has captivated audiences and critics alike comes to Digital HD, 4K and more. Set to be a classic, the Rob Simonsen-scored movie stars Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel! Co-stars Nick Robinson and Keiynan Lonsdale received a “Best Kiss” nomination at this year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards, to be held on June 18, so tune in! If the score is any indication of all the feels you might come to expect from this sweet comedy, then you’ll know it’s a solid film to add to your VOD library!
Change might be exhausting, but the dreamy composition makes the pill easier to take. – Vehlinggo
Rob Simonsen fans: ASMR alert! Everything you love about this composer comes flooding through your senses in “Change Is Exhausting”, an excellent new track premiere from the forthcoming Love, Simon (Original Motion Picture Score)! The album debuts digitally on Friday, March 16 worldwide via Lakeshore Records.
The movie, “in the vein of John Hughes” is basedon Becky Albertalli’s acclaimed novel by the same name. Starring Nick Robinson (“Simon Spier”), Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel, Love, Simon is directed by Greg Berlanti (“Riverdale”, “The Flash”, “Supergirl”).
Lakeshore Records is pleased to be releasing Rob Simonsen’s score to Love, Simon, available digitally on Friday, March 16! See the track list below.
Rob Simonsen has had a thread in the fabric of some of the most noteworthy and prestigious films of the past decade. He collaborated with director Bennett Miller to underline the unsettling atmosphere of the Oscar-nominated drama Foxcatcher, and spanned an eternity of star-crossed romance with The Age Of Adaline, also co-writing the film’s end credits song. He scored the Steve Carell-starring dreamed The Way Way Back with sensitivity, sympathized with the coming-of-age The Spectacular Now, and sweetened Zach Braff’s coming-of-middle-age film Wish I Was Here. Also under his belt is the horror-comedy The Master Cleanse, Roland Emmerich’s political drama Stonewall, and the Weinstein Company’s Burnt starring Bradley Cooper, Uma Thurman and Sienna Miller. His work in television has included the Joss Whedon Fox drama Dollhouse and the CBS ratings juggernaut Blue Bloods, led by Tom Select.
20th Century FOX presents LOVE, SIMON, in theaters Friday, March 16!