Streamers and Punches 16: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Hugo

We discuss Howard Shore’s new score to Hugo, several articles featuring Michael Giacchino, and how hard it is to be nominated for an Oscar for best score. Plus Kevin and Bill talk about what they have both seen lately. Happy Birthday Randy Newman.


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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
  • Howard Shore talks about “Hugo,” then talks about Hugo to Doug Adams, then Hugo’s score gets reviewed.
  • Michael Giacchino gets interviewed here and here, and is announced to score Star Trek 2.
  • David Arnold would like Queen to perform the new Bond theme song.
  • Article about Conrad Pope’s “My Week with Marilyn score”, including a video interview.
  • Is “Best Original Score” the hardest Oscar category to break into? Plus, possible award season contenders.
  • Happy Birthday Randy Newman!
If you like…

Martin Scorsesi films, you might like Howard Shore‘s The Invention of Dreams from the new film Hugo.

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