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Are they supposed to release an extended soundtrack, or is this it?
Pretty sure that's "Home"?
I would expect so at some point in the future.
They've made sure that this is undoubtedly a DC Bond but somehow possibly made the most traditional Bond of DC's era but with an emotional wallop to it, which SPECTRE severely lacked.
I think the script could end up being the strongest of the era. Having a director who is a writer must be a first. I think Cary is going to turn out to be a real coup, I was hugely excited when I heard he was the man and it doesn't look like my enthusiasm will be wasted.
It looks to me from the trailers that we are getting all the strengths of DC but going for a proper world threatening plot, this looks like it could be possibly be the biggest threat since SWLM & MR.
They didn't really go there again after that, even PB's ones weren't that high stakes but here I think we are going to get a DC version of that.
Though not done in a flippant way, which was fine for the time and Moore's Bond but Craig's will feel the weight of the responsibility on his shoulders, so the reality of what is at stake won't be a second thought. I mean when you consider it, the goal of both Stromberg and Drax is horrific but those films weren't concerned with that.
Though I don't think Cary will back away from this and the terrifying reality of what Safin is planning to do will be up and front like no other entry has ever been. The music definitely suggests the lighter possibly playful moments will give way to much more serious and emotional tone as we draw to the close, the film is undoubtedly going to conclude unlike any Bond film has.
I’m not too sure. If you listen to the BBC Podcast at around 28:20 in or so, the music starts right when Lashana Lynch starts talking.
Edit: On second listen, I believe you are correct, sir!
It's so good. So, so good. The ending is going to be magical.
My favorite followed by I’ll be right back. So much intensity and urgency there.
I got teary during quite alot of that listen.
I'll have to listen to Cuba chase to cheer myself back up !
Even though the series hasn’t had much continuity before and there will likely be a HRD reboot next time, I think they would want to keep the main MI6 characters alive even if they are played by new actors next time. Also, I can’t imagine them killing off Bond in his own franchise if they plan to continue it.
Who knows though. Cary is a very daring writer and filmmaker so we will see very soon.
Either way we are on the cusp of very exciting times.
I wonder if this orchestral version they’re talking about is this…
Did that make it into the ost?
Didn't hear it. it's either going to be an unreleased track or the orchestral NTTD rendition, though judging by the end of it it could very wel be unreleased OST.
I'd rather eat broken glass
Sounds like a Michael G. Wilson, Lee Tamahori, Marc Forster or Purvis and Wade type of idea.
Lol I was about to comment on this...
In both SF and SP soundtracks, yes the overall score is shorter than the film, but even individual pieces for scenes in the film are shorter.
For example, Los Muertos Vivos Estan is significantly shorter in the soundtrack than the film...
(Fingers crossed those bit of Barry references are extended, as seen in the Matera track etc)
Lol no snippets to talk about now since we have the whole soundtrack :(