Composers at Comic-Con: On “Black Panther,” “Evil Dead” and “Scooby-Doo”
Posted on July 26, 2017 at 2:20 am
For Where to Watch, I wrote about some of the composers for movies and television I saw at Comic-Con.
The crowd was especially excited to hear from Ludwig Göransson, who is scoring Black Panther. He met director Ryan Coogler at USC and worked on his student film, and then again on “Creed.” For “Black Panther” he spent a month in Senegal and South Africa, recording rhythms and instruments, and played some of what he recorded for the film score.
A highlight of the panel was the discussion of rejection. Tyler said it was an chance to hold onto a rejected idea and use it again later, and Isham quoted director Robert Altman: “Any time someone rejects something, its an opportunity to make it better.”