Tag: T. Bone Burnett

Safe and Sound wins a Grammy

The Hunger Games was recognised at the Grammys with the Safe and Sound collaboration taking about Best Song Written for Visual Media. The award went to Taylor Swift, The Civil Wars and T. Bone Burnett Check out Taylor’s acceptance speech where she thanks Suzanne Collins and Jennifer Lawrence.  

February 11, 2013 | 5 Comments More

The Hunger Games Movie Score Album Cover

As we mentioned the other day, the playlist for The Hunger Games soundtrack was released on the Lionsgate production notes for the movie.  Now we can show you the cover art, featuring Katniss with her bow. The motion picture score for The Hunger Games will be available from March 26th, just three days after its […]

March 6, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Josh and Jennifer: On The Captol and Singing

MTV has another interview with the two Hunger Games stars and in this one Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence discuss the way the Capitol looks and Jennifer’s apprehension of singing Rue’s Lullaby. “What was cool about the stuff in the Capitol, so much was practical,” Hutcherson added. “The whole apartment scene was all a set […]

February 8, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Hunger Games Soundtrack Announced

In all the flurry of yesterday’s trailer, merchandise, and contest announcements, Universal Republic, who is releasing the Hunger Games soundtrack, quietly announced the release date and some some additional details on their #HungerGames50 premiere sweepstakes page. It looks like we’ll have to wait until right before the release of the movie itself before giving it […]

February 4, 2012 | 0 Comments More

A Change for The Hunger Games Score – Danny Elfman Out

It seems Danny Elfman, who was due to write the score for The Hunger Games movie has been replaced. Variety is reporting that due to scheduling conflicts James Newton Howard now has the job. I guess there was a bit of a clue when it was revealed that the piece of music featured in the official […]

December 6, 2011 | 2 Comments More

The piece of music featured in The Hunger Games teaser trailer

The music for The Hunger Games is set to be a collaboration between Danny Elfman and T Bone Burnett… but as for the piece of music that is featured in the official teaser trailer that was realeased last month, it seems that was composed by Michael David Nielsen. His music is featured regularly on the […]

September 28, 2011 | 6 Comments More

Jennifer Lawrence will sing Rue’s Lullaby in The Hunger Games

As we know, The Hunger Games score will be a collaboration between T-Bone Burnett and Danny Elfman.  We also had heard that  Jennifer Lawrence will indeed be featured.  In an interview with MTV, Burnett confirmed that Jennifer had recorded with them in the studio. “And it was beautiful.,” he said.  “She did great. She’s singing […]

August 17, 2011 | 5 Comments More

Universal Republic to Release Hunger Games Soundtrack

As with most great films, they come with an amazing soundtrack and movie score. Now fans can look forward to both from The Hunger Games movie.  Lionsgate has announced that Universal will be releasing both the official motion picture score, as well as a soundtrack that will include songs featured in the movie and songs […]

August 3, 2011 | 5 Comments More

T. Bone Burnett & Danny Elfman Score The Hunger Games

It’s been confirmed today that T. Bone Burnett and Danny Elfman are collaborating on the music for The Hunger Games movie. Together, Burnett and Elfman will write the film’s score.  Burnett will also be the  executive music producer to produce songs for the film and soundtrack. In a statement put out by Lionsgate Tracy McKnight, their […]

June 29, 2011 | 5 Comments More

Jennifer Lawrence records a song for The Hunger Games movie

It’s been reported that Jennifer Lawrence was brought in to sing a “haunting song” – apparently for The Hunger Games movie.  According to Echo Mountain Recording, T. Bone Burnett is the music supervisor for The Hunger  Games.  They say he flew to North Carolina to work on some of the music for the movie, including […]

June 13, 2011 | 17 Comments More