Elfman und Raimi haben sich wieder lieb

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Der Streit zwischen Danny Elfman und Sam Raimi während der Post-Production von “Spider-Man 2″ beendete vor sieben Jahren die lange Zusammenarbeit des Komponisten mit dem “Evil Dead-Regisseur, zu der die Filme “Darkman” (1989), “Army of Darkness” (1992), “A Simple Plan” (1998) sowie die beiden ersten “Spider-Man”-Adaptionen (2002 & 2004) zählten. In “Spider-Man 3″ übernahm dann kurzerhand Christopher Young die Musik, der sich dem Einsatz zahlreicher Stücke aud den ersten beiden Teilen fügen musste. Genaue Details zum Zerwürfnis wurden zwar nie bekannt, Elfman aber sagte damals:

It’s the first time I’ve ever walked from a director in twenty years, and hopefully the last time. He became intolerable. I’ve been on some heavy duty films, so to say that it had to be pretty bad. I have been in war zones you wouldn’t believe in 55 films. But this is the first time I’ve said, I’ve had it. It’s just not worth it. I would rather go back to waiting tables than to do Spider-Man 2 again.

Jetzt aber scheint Gras über die Sache gewachsen zu sein. Raimi hat Elfman für seinen neuen Film “Oz: The Great and Powerful” verpflichtet, zu dem er auch Songs schreiben soll. Die Hauptrollen des für 2013 angekündigten Films spielen Mila Kunis, James Franco, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams und Zach Braff. Über seine künftigen Arbeiten sprach Elfman ausführlich mit Buzzine.

Freut mich sehr. Jackson und Shore haben’s ja auch wieder hinbekommen.


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Rajko Burchardt mein es gut mit den Menschen. Die Spielwiese des Bayerischen Rundfunks nannte ihn vielleicht auch deshalb "einen der bekanntesten Entertainment-Blogger Deutschlands".

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  1. mein Senf

    zum Oz-Film: Was für’ne Besetzung – die Schauspieler gefallen mir durch die Bank sehr gut.

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    i never wanted this to end


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    Life is too short to be holding on to old grudges


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