Wonder Woman 1984 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Hans Zimmer
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Info for Wonder Woman 1984 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
From director Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot in the title role, in “Wonder Woman 1984” the fate of the world is once more on the line, and only Wonder Woman can save it. This new chapter in the Wonder Woman story finds Diana Prince living quietly among mortals in the vibrant, sleek 1980s—an era of excess driven by the pursuit of having it all. Though she’s come into her full powers, she maintains a low profile, curating ancient artifacts and only performing her superheroic acts incognito. But now, Diana will have to step directly into the spotlight and muster all her wisdom, strength and courage in order to save mankind from a world of its own making.
Patty Jenkins discussed her work with Hans Zimmer, saying, “As someone I consider to be one of the most exceptional composers of all time, I was so thrilled to have Hans Zimmer return to the DC universe with me on Wonder Woman 1984. Not only did the film require the multiple themes that had to relate to the era of the 1980s, but on top of that, Diana, our Wonder Woman, was now unfolding into a much more complex character with many new subtle layers of emotion, most of which were radically different from the gorgeous original theme Hans had written for the Wonder Woman character.
“It was very important to both of us,” continued the director, “to include and celebrate that beloved battle cry of a track that has now become so beloved and synonymous with her character, but Diana also now required a much purer and more heroic theme. And Hans provided the most mind-blowing suites of themes for Wonder Woman to now use, all related to and unfolded from his original track.
“He also gave Diana and Steve a love theme for the ages. He wrote Max, Barbara, and the Dreamstone their own extremely specific theme suite of emotional tracks that all veered from almost camp lightness of the era, to dire, to the profound and emotional.
“Hans is the perfect collaborator for the score of this film. And Wonder Woman’s world of music is now filled out into a thousand shades of emotion and story. We will all be hearing the themes for many years to come.”
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