Thank you Warner Music for the heads up!!
The tracklisting for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 – The Score Music by Carter Burwell (Various Artists) is out!!
It will be available in two formats :
Digital to be released December 6th
Standard CD to be released on December 13th
There is no word yet on when this will be on sale Singapore – we will update you as soon as we get it!
We are loving the titles – they literally bring your through the film!!
1. The Kingdom Where Nobody Dies 1:36
2. Cold Feet 2:44
3. What You See In The Mirror 3:04
4. Wedding Nightmare 1:09
5. Wolves on the Beach 2:00
6. Goodbyes 2:27
7. A Nova Vida 1:40
8. The Threshold 1:25
9. Pregnant 2:09
10. Morte 1:42
11. Honeymoon in Eclipse 2:26
12. A Wolf Stands Up 3:25
13. Two Man Pack 0:33
14. Don’t Choose That 2:24
15. O Negative 3:38
16. Hearing The Baby 2:25
17. Playing Wolves 3:15
18. Let’s Start With Forever 1:01
19. It’s Renesmee 2:26
20. The Venom 1:04
21. Hearts Failing 1:14
22. Biting 2:25
23. Jacob Imprints 1:14
24. You Kill Her You Kill Me 2:12
25. Bella Reborn 3:03
We’re soo happyto hear this news!
and now his website has confirmed it!
*sigh* We’ll just have to wait 2 years to see Edward perform this… November 2012.
YES!! He is coming back! Carter Burwell will be at the helm of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn!!
From The Playlist:
Coen Brothers and Spike Jonze regular collaborator Carter Burwell is set to return to the ‘Twilight’ since working on the first film to perform scoring duties for the final installment of the series, the two parter “Twilight: Breaking Dawn.” Burwell has an existing relationship with the director of the final two parts, Bill Condon, having collaborated on “Kinsey” and “Gods And Monsters” and will return to the position after Alexandre Desplat followed him for “New Moon” with Howard Shore stepping in for “Eclipse.” Shooting began this past November with all major cast members such as Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Dakota Fanning, Michael Sheen, Anna Kendrick and Ashley Greene reprising their roles. The two parts will be shot as one project and will then be respectively released on November 18th, 2011 and November 16th, 2012.
The score that he created for Twilight is forever etched in our minds and hearts especially after watching it more than 20 times on the big screen! You’ll know it anywhere and can place it exactly in the Twilight
or rather you are brought to that particular scene and you can feel the emotions at play through the music. Try it – its fun!
The music illustrated and enhanced the emotional content in the movie and Mr. Burwell did a fantastic job! We could not imagine Twilight without its amazing music score & soundtrack. CAN’T WAIT!!!
We first told you about this in July, well the World Soundtrack Academy Winners have been announced! Thank you to all who have voted!! Yup we’ve done it again!!
CONGRATULATIONS MR BURWELL!!!!
In the same awards ceremony, Alexander Desplat – the score composer for The Twilight Saga: New Moon, won Film Composer of The Year for his work in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, “Coco Avant Chanel”, “Cheri” and “Largo Winch”). Congratulations too Mr. Desplat!!
Twilighters in Singapore and beyond, time to do some work! Our friends at Twilight Lexicon has given us a heads up about the World Soundtrack Awards. The World Soundtrack Academy has opened the Public Choice Award Voting for anyone, anywhere to vote for their favourite movie soundtrack and guess what? Twilight : The Score by Carter Burwell is one of the 4933 nominees!
Remember the haunting and beautiful melodies of the opening scene of Twilight with the little bambi being hunted in the forest , “How Would I Die?” Or the first time Bella sets her eyes on Edward in cafeteria after asking “Who are they?”.. The music score where Bella thinks about Edward and his golden eyes – “Phascination Phase”, the Meadow scene where they were sure of when “The Lion Fell In Love with the Lamb”, and of course “Bella’s Lullaby”, etc
I know for sure you guys love it too.
All soundtrack and film music fans worldwide are asked to cast their vote for what they consider the best soundtrack of the past 12 months (for any film released between 1 JULY, 2008 and 30 JUNE, 2009). The soundtrack that gets the highest number of votes will receive the Public Choice Award. Only one vote is allowed per person. The voting procedure is monitored by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The voting period is set from 1st JULY – 1ST SEPTEMBER
And take note! By voting you can just win 02 VIP Tickets to the World Soundtrack Ceremony. Read here!
The London Free Press did an interview with Rachelle Lefevre sometime last month and only published it recently. Among others she answered questions about her role as the vengeful vampire Victoria; Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and rumours of the Kristen & Rob ‘romance’.
Rob & Kristen -
“They have fantastic chemistry together on-screen and you know that’s the kind of thing that becomes the source of rumours,” Lefevre says.
Working with Different Directors -
“It could have been bad,” Lefevre admits. “But I think because Harry Potter went through it first to their benefit, we were like, ‘The Potter kids went through a director shift and they were OK, so we’ll be OK, too.’
“And we were. Chris came in with such a clear idea of what the movie was. And he paid respect to what had come before — so it was kind of seamless.”
A third transition will happen later this year in Vancouver when another director, David Slade (30 Days of Night), takes the reins of the next sequel Eclipse.
“It’s perfect timing for David because Eclipse is darker than the other two. There’s more action. It’s not a horror movie, but it is darker.”
As we all know Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene are starring in a movie together called Warrior. Film photographer Peter Arpaia has great movie stills in his website. Wow! Both of them look soo good! Can’t wait to check this movie out!
ReelzChannel.com has an Exclusive with Peter Facinelli during a Twitter event in Los Angeles. Peter also reveals the winner of his Twilight Chair : Rebecca Cohn. Congratulations woman!!
Clevver TV has videos on the profiles of The Volturi Guard/Leaders. *Spoilers* We suggest that for those of you who are new to The Twilight Saga, do read New Moon before the movie comes out in Singapore on 3rd December 2009.
Fans of Carter Burwell will be disappointed by this piece of news - Carter Burwell will not be composing New Moon score. According to the FAQ page from his website:
Will you work on the sequels to Twilight?
As I understand it, the director of New Moon, Chris Weitz, has hired Alexandre Desplat to composer the music for the film. Desplat composed the music for Weitz’ earlier film The Golden Compass. I don’t know if they’ll use any of my themes from Twilight, such as “Bella’s Lullaby”.
Pillow Biters (Oooh Pillow – does it ring a bell?) has exclusives behind-the-scenes pictures. It’s nothing much but you can see those familiar flags in the cafeteria’s window.
Access Hollywood has another great video of Alex Meraz. He talks about life on the set of New Moon. Thanks Rachel for sending this to us!
Also, E!Online catches up with Alex and he tells them that Rob smells like roses – Alex Meraz Enjoys A Whiff of Rob!
Fans started to worry when Billy Burke was not mentioned in the New Moon cast list. So, is he in? Of course, Billy Burke will reprise his role as Chief Swan! MTV has the scoop. Read it here.
MTV Movies Blog has a couple of MTV Rough Cuts from most of the cast and the director:
- Robert Pattinson: 3-Part Interview
- Kristen Stewart: 4-Part Interview
- Taylor Lautner, Rachelle Lefevre, Edi Gathegi: 3-Part Interview
- Catherine Hardwicke: 5-Part Interview
The Twilight Premiere has been updated with more interviews by these websites:
[UPDATE] The LA Times has an article about the movie being nominated for the Oscars. This article would does not sound nice, so just a warning first.
Here’s some good news and bad news. Good News: Check out the cover of The Twilight Saga: The Official Guide
Bad News: The Official Guide, which was scheduled to release on December 30th, is moved to 2009. This has been announced by THE TWILIGHT SAGA.
On a brighter note, there are more GOOD Twilight News!
Entertainment Weekly has made a video showing Catherine in the studio with composer Carter Burwell, preparing the score for the Twilight Movie. Read here to see where did the composer get the inspiration for Bella’s Lullaby. There are also a couple of new pictures of Talyor Lautner as Jacob Black!
The LA Times published an article show show casing the actors from the Twilight movie, their Then and Now pictures. Some of them are really cute! They even did a story on the Twilight Countdown to its release in the US on the 21st November. There are going to be new articles everyday as the Twilight Movie gets closer.
For those who have missed out what did the actors from Twilight discussed, a full description can be found on Badtaste.it.
Looks like that Twilighters can enjoy Twilight at their very own home! A board game has been announced for its release next year. Check out the details of the game and if you would like to pre-order at TFAW.com.
The list for the Twilight Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is out! It has just been announced by MTV Movies Blog and also on Stephenie Meyer’s webpage. Here is an article on the soundtrack by MTV. On Stephenie’s page also showcases, Paramore’s new song Decode’ that will be on the list.
We already know there are going to be Rob’s songs, Muse, Carter Bruwell and even Paramore. But for those who are DYING to know more of what’s on the list, here it is:
1. Muse – Supermassive Black Hole
2. Paramore – Decode
3. The Black Ghosts – Full Moon
4. Linkin Park – Leave Out All the Rest
5. MuteMath – Spotlight (“Twilight” mix)
6. Perry Farrell – Going All the Way (Into the Twilight)
7. Collective Soul – Tremble for My Beloved
8. Paramore – I Caught Myself
9. Blue Foundation – Eyes on Fire
10. Rob Pattinson – Never Think
11. Iron & Wine – Flightless Bird, American Mouth
12. Carter Burwell – Bella’s Lullaby
This week’s Twilight Tuesday will be about the interview with screenwriter with Melissa Rosenberg. Here she discusses how she came up with script for the movie.
MTV has also did an article about the new Twilight reshoots. Also Bella’s Lullaby is also being discussed with an accompanying video. Unfortunately, the lullaby shown in the movie would not be written by Rob himself, but a composer named Carter Burwell. HOWEVER, 2 of Rob’s songs will be certainly featured in the movie.
A recent interview with Kellan Lutz talks more about Stephenie Meyer’s leaked Midnight Sun. Check out the interview here.