Track from “Hanna” Score and full track list revealed
5 March, 2011 · Posted by Hillie under Hanna · No Comments
The full track list of Hanna original score which composed by The Chemical Brothers has been revealed.
1.) Hanna’s theme
2.) escape 700
3.) chalice 1
4.) the devil is in the details
5.) map sounds / chalice 2
6.) the forest
7.) quayside synthesis
8.) the sandman
9.) Marissa flashback
10.) bahnhof rumble
11.) the devil is in the beats
12.) car chase (arp worship)
13.) interrogation / lonesome subway / Grimm’s house
14.) Hanna vs Marissa
15.) sun collapse
16.) special ops
17.) escape wavefold
18.) isolated howl
19.) container park
20.) Hanna’s theme (vocal version)
Here’s the first official track from the score, titled “Container Park”. You may recognized the track from the trailers of the film. Container Park by The Chemical Brothers by Hannamovie
I was the first to report yesterday that Jennifer Lawrence has emerged as the frontrunner for the role of Katniss in the film adaptation of The Hunger Games. Several hours later, just before the end of the business day, Variety posted the same, confirming my initial story that Lawrence has indeed “generated the most interest” even though they listed Hailee Steinfeld and Abigail Breslin as possible contenders too. Look, according to my sources, at this point Steinfeld and Breslin are so far behind in the running, Lawrence has pretty much lapped them, it’s not even a conversation.
What I can tell you however is that although Lawrence put down a great read and they are talking very seriously with her and really love her, I’ve just learned exclusively that they are still tossing around another name: Saoirse Ronan, mostly because no one can stop talking about her performance in the upcoming Hanna – the trailer is SO badass, I wrote about it here a couple months ago. I’ve spent the morning going back to the original sources who told me about Lawrence and they say that she is still favoured, but that it’s about “making sure we’ve exhausted every possibility. Katniss has to be perfect”. I’ve not been able to get any information about whether or not they’ve even met with Ronan yet but I’m hearing that the “interest is definitely there”. When I pressed about what Ronan’s chances are, I was told that “(Saoirse) has to dazzle them, like hit one out of the park if she wants to take out (Jennifer Lawrence)”. I’ll keep you posted.
Herald.ie: Amy takes to airwaves with Saoirse for special drama
SHE has carved out a successful career on television and as an author — and now Amy Huberman is aiming to conquer the airwaves.
Despite her success on the small screen, the IFTA award-winning actress (31) has signed on to perform alongside two of the biggest up and coming actresses in Hollywood for a specially commissioned radio play on RTE 1, the Herald can reveal.
The pint-sized beauty, who shot to fame playing Daisy O’Callaghan on The Clinic, has landed a string of high-profile roles in recent months, including starring in a TV movie penned by novelist Cecelia Ahern.
But she is taking a step back from the limelight to let her acting skills do the talking in her latest career move.
Although she isn’t short of big-name productions, having just worked with Martin Sheen on 1950′s flick Stella Days, she is about to join two of Hollywood’s most promising Irish talents — Saoirse Ronan and Emma Bolger.
Amy is set to tackle the issue of cyber bullying alongside budding stars Ronan and Bolger in the radio play Yardstick, on as part of a special series with the State broadcaster.
The famous women have been in RTE Radio 1 over the past two days recording an anti-bullying drama specially written for broadcast on the radio station.
Yardstick was composed by renowned playwright Joe O’Byrne, and will be broadcast on RTE Radio 1 on Sunday, April 3.
In the play, Saoirse plays the chief protagonist, Laura, who has problems at home and at school.
When she becomes increasingly isolated, Laura’s mobile phone becomes her only friend but then in a cruel twist of fate Laura’s phone becomes a weapon in the hand of others and she sets off down a dark road with little hope for return.
Saoirse and Irish actress Emma Bolger was interviewed on The John Murray Show. Here’s the article what they said or you can listen to the full interview at here.
Irish stars Saoirse Ronan and Emma Bolger have been speaking to RTÉ about Sunday night’s Oscar winners and the TV show.
On ‘The John Murray Show’ on RTÉ Radio 1, they were asked how they thought Anne Hathaway and James Franco had fared as first-time hosts.
Bolger, who experienced the Oscars ceremony when she starred in ‘In America’, replied: “I really enjoyed them. I think Anne Hathaway and James Franco did a good job – but maybe not as good as some of the previous presenters. I think it was a good laugh. It was really fun and enjoyable and the dresses, you just have to love them – the glamour, so beautiful.”
Ronan, a Best Supporting Actress nominee for ‘Atonement’ in 2008, added: “I don’t want to critique what they did; they did a great job. They probably did better than we did [would]!”
Bolger said she felt ‘The Social Network’ could have won more Oscars, but was “really happy” for Best Film winner ‘The King’s Speech’, describing Colin Firth’s performance as “incredible”.
Ronan described ‘The King’s Speech’ as “terrific”. “There’s nothing elaborate or Hollywood about it all, and maybe that’s what voters like about it,” she said.
“It’s always nice to see an actor who’s been around such a long time and done such great work and now he’s finally being acknowledged,” she added.
Ronan said she was very impressed with Best Actress Oscar winner Natalie Portman’s speech.
“What was fantastic about her speech – and really only people who are in the film business will appreciate this – is that she didn’t just thank the director and her parents and friends; she thanked the cast, and in particular she thanked the first assistant director who must have looked after her hair and make-up and things like that. They don’t always get thanks when it comes to awards, so I thought that was really lovely.”
On the subject of Melissa Leo cursing in her acceptance speech after winning Best Supporting Actress, Bolger said: “Fair play to her, it was a mistake! That is so daunting; it’s not her fault – it comes out!”
“At least she’s got an Oscar out of it!” Ronan joked.
Both Ronan and Bolger paid tribute to Best Supporting Actress nominee Hailee Steinfeld who starred in ‘True Grit’.
“I was there around the same age as her,” said Ronan, “and it’s an amazing thing to happen to you at that age.”
Both actresses are currently recording a new radio play, ‘Yardstick’, for RTÉ Radio 1.
Written by Joe O’Byrne and focusing on the issue of bullying, the play will be broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 on Sunday, 3 April at 8pm.
Ronan will next be seen on Irish cinema screens in the thriller ‘Hanna’, while Bolger is currently studying for her Junior Cert.
Here’s a sneak peak of Saoirse’s upcoming film Violet & Daisy. Thanks to SoreEyEz87 for uploading it.
EDIT: Apparently these footage is from the latest showreel of the film’s cinematographer Vanja Cernjul. I’ve replaced the video with the full version. Skip to 0:00-0:13, 1:57-2:00 and 2:16-2:25 for the footage. Warning: the video contains nudity.
EDIT: I was contacted that the footage wasn’t suppose to be released yet. So I’ve take down the video from the post. Hopefully you all understand my decision.
The images and video of “Violet & Daisy” which were taken from Vanja Cernjul’s reel and that have been posted on your website (https://s-ronan.com/) should not have been released.
Please remove the images from your website immediately and let me know when they have been taken down.
Thanks for your cooperation.
OSCAR-nominee Saoirse Ronan may be only 16 — but she must be the hardest working teenager in showbiz.
The Carlow native, who has been involved in four movies over the past two years, has revealed how she has no idea when she’ll get to take any time off as she’s so in-demand right now.
She told the Herald: “It’s a funny thing because unless you say ‘I’m going to take a break for a year’, you’re not really sure when it’s going to happen. I’m doing bits and bobs for now and I have to do press for a film I have coming out in April called Hanna.
” I have no holidays planned but maybe I’ll have a bit of the summer off, I’m looking forward to just chilling out.”
The talented actress was recently rumoured to have been nabbed by Peter Jackson for his next Lord of the Rings blockbuster, The Hobbit, but she is keeping her cards close to the chest on being given the part of woodland elf Itaril.
She said: “Nothing’s been confirmed yet but hopefully I’ll be doing something soon.”
She has spent the past two weeks at home in Ireland as she continues to enjoy her wave of success, picking up her fifth accolade from the Irish Film and TV Awards (IFTAs), for her part in The Way Back.
And she admitted that she was bowled over by Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall, who jetted in for the awards.
“My friend really wanted to meet her so I said I would go over with her and take a photo of them so we went over and she’s so nice, a really nice woman,” she said.
Saoirse stepped out again this week for the VIP screening of The Usual Suspects at the Jameson Cult Film Club at a warehouse in the Docklands, which was attended by two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey.
She said: “I’m actually really excited to be here because I’ve heard a lot about this venue since they did it up. It’s so cool, I think they should keep it open as a cinema.”
Saoirse accepting the IFTA for Actress in a Supporting Role Film
Byzantium Role: - Release Date: 2012 Genre: Drama - Fantasy - Thriller Official - Info - IMDB - PhotosThe Host Role: Melanie Stryder/Wanderer Release Date: 23 March 2013 Genre: Sci-Fi - Thriller Official - Info - IMDB - PhotosViolet & Daisy Role: Daisy Release Date: 2011 Genre: - Official - Info - IMDB - PhotosHanna Role: Hanna Release Date: 8 April 2011 Genre: Action - Adventure - Thriller
Official #1 - Official #2 - Info - IMDB - Photos - VideosThe Way Back Role: Irena Out on DVD: 19 April 2011 Genre: Drama
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