Listen To Four Minutes Of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Score, Watch Metal Posters Being Made
Last year was a brilliant time for movie music in general, from Hans Zimmer's Inception score to the Scott Pilgrim soundtrack to Daft Punk's music for Tron: Legacy, but the king of the hill was the score written by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for David Fincher's The Social Network. The Oscar for Best Original Score is impressive, but what's truly amazing about it is that not only do the tracks work perfectly for the movie, but the album is immensely listenable all by itself (I've had it in my car ever since I bought it last year and I haven't gone a month since without listening to it all the way through).
Needless to say, anticipation is immensely high for Reznor and Ross' work on Fincher's next film - The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - and today the viral marketing site for the movie, Mouth-Taped-Shut.com, provided a four minute preview of the new score along with a video featuring the construction of some ridiculously cool posters. Check it out below:
If you couldn't tell, the posters are being cut into the shape of razor blades, which seems to be the film's symbol (if you watch the trailers, Lisbeth Salander, played by Rooney Mara, wears one around her neck). More importantly, though, where do I go to pick up one of those ridiculously awesome posters?
Based on the worldwide best-selling novel by Stieg Larsson, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo follows a disgraced journalist (Daniel Craig) who is hired by a wealthy industrialist (Christopher Plummer) to solve a 40 year old murder. Working with a young hacker (Mara), the journalist begins to dig into the pasts of the industrialist's family and discovers some truly horrifying secrets. For more about the movie, including news, posters, images and trailers, be sure to head over to our Blend Film Database.
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