New information of the movie released with production notes!
Liongates just released their production notes of The Hunger Games. It does not only reveal details of the set, it also contains little parts of interview with the casts and the credits is also shown. The credits revealed the appearance of the characters (PS: it isn’t the same order as the book! 😉 ) and the songs that would be in the movie.
Some music that have been said to be in the movie can be heard below:
“DEEP IN THE MEADOW (LULLABY)”
Lyrics by Suzanne Collins
Music by T Bone Burnett and Simone Burnett
Performed by Jennifer Lawrence and Willow Shields
Written by Evgueni Galperine
Performed by Evgueni Galperine and Mariana Tootsie
Courtesy of Mathieu Gerault
Written by Gabriel Hubert, Saiph Graves, Amal Hubert, Tycho Cohran, Jafar Graves, Uttama Hubert, Seba Graves and Tarik Graves
Performed by Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Courtesy of Honest Jon‘s Records
Written and Performed by Laurie Spiegel
Courtesy of Laurie Spiegel
“A WASP ON HER ABDOMEN”
Written and Performed by Chas Smith Courtesy of Cold Blue Music
“THREE MOVEMENTS FOR ORCHESTRA, MVT. 1″ [Link leads to a sample piece]
Written by Steve Reich
Performed by Lower Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra and Chorus Sine Nomine Conducted by Kristjan Järvi
Courtesy of Chandos
By Arrangement with Source
“ALLT VARO HLJÓTT“
Written and Performed by Olafur Arnalds
Courtesy of Erased Tapes Records Ltd.
Written by Thomas Owen Mostyn Rowlands
Written by Win Butler, Régine Chassagne and T Bone Burnett
Performed and Produced by Arcade Fire
Courtesy of Arcade Fire Music, LLC
“SAFE & SOUND”
Written by Taylor Swift, John Paul White, Joy Williams and T Bone Burnett
Performed by Taylor Swift Featuring The Civil Wars
Produced by T Bone Burnett
Courtesy of Big Machine Records, LLC
‘The Hunger Games’ will be released in Singapore on 22 March 2012.
Posted on March 6, 2012, in The Hunger Games Movie and tagged A Wasp On Her Abdomen, Abraham's Daughter, ALLT VARO HLJÓTT, Marrissa Flashback, Safe and Sound, Sediment, soundtrack, Three Movements For Orchestra, War. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.