The musician had already worked for the platform in Netflix streaming in the series 'The Crown'.
There are composers who don't need an introduction and that's the case with Hans Zimmer. Interstellar, Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy, Gladiator... Now, the musician can add a new theme to their creation list. And the latter is a bit peculiar. Zimmer has composed for Netflix the tuning of the platform in 'streaming' for the releases of its films in theaters.
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The Twenty Thousand Hertz podcast has revealed that Netflix asked the musician to compose this extended version of their already famous "ta-dum!" for movie screenings. The streaming platform and Zimmer had previously worked together on The Crown series. The Twitter blader user has shared the tuning, which you can listen to below:
According to Tanya Kumar, Netflix's brand design leader, Zimmer performed "six or seven compositions" which later stayed in three and finally in a definitive. What do you think of the result?
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After this work, Zimmer already has several important cinematographers at hand. The composer will take over the soundtrack of Dune, Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Frank Herbert's novel starring Timothée Chalamet. He will also create the music for No Time to Die, the new James Bond installment performed by Daniel Craig.