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Jonny Greenwood to Score New Paul Thomas Anderson Film

Johnny Greenwood is scoring Paul Thomas Anderson’s subsequent movie.

The information comes through an interview Greenwood did with the Guardian selling his new eight-hour organ composition. In the direction of the top of the interview, Greenwood was requested about his different tasks and he confirmed that he’s actively engaged on the rating for Anderson’s subsequent movie.

“I’m extremely fortunate that Paul indulges me and offers me a lot time to experiment and compose,” he mentioned. “That’s not normally the case in Hollywood, the place the soundtrack writers are sometimes very far down the meals chain, and are typically given solely a few days to bash out a whole rating.”

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The as-yet-untitled movie, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Regina Corridor, Sean Penn, Alana Haim, and Teyana Taylor, is at present taking pictures in California. A launch date has been set for August eighth, 2025 by means of Warner Bros.

Greenwood beforehand scored Anderson’s movies There Will Be Blood, Norwegian Wooden, The Grasp, Inherent Vice, and Phantom Thread, the newest of which earned Greenwood an Oscar nomination in 2019. The 2 additionally lately collaborated on the music video for The Smile’s “Pal of the Pal.”

Talking of The Smile, Greenwood’s band with Thom Yorke and Tom Skinner is about to kick off a European tour beginning in June. Tickets could be discovered right here.

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Greenwood was additionally requested concerning the standing Radiohead, to which he replied: “Effectively, The Smile are on tour, Ed [O’Brien] is making one other solo file, Colin [Greenwood] is enjoying bass with Nick Cave – they’ve simply finished 5 sold-out nights on the Sydney State theatre – so a number of music is being made. Simply not as Radiohead. We’re nonetheless speaking on a regular basis, we simply have to make a plan and get a while collectively sorted out upfront. I’ve by no means been superb at that. Too busy dicking round on this studio.”

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