There can be a scene where "normal" music is needed, or he could have made a piece of score without vocals or it can be music from the future. Maybe that thing the "worse than a nuclear holocaust"-stuff.
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It could be used in a way where they’re at a club or something and it’s playing in the background, like the club scene in MI Fallout, I’m totally fine with stuff like that, I just hate when I’m watching a movie and a real life song starts playing over the scene itself, completely ruins the immersion
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I'm not sure how I feel about this. Hope it works though.
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I wouldn't oppose of that track to be used for the end credit roll. Just like when Nolan used a track from Thom Yorke to play over the credit roll for The Prestige.
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Could be Nolan’s version of a Bond theme, I guess
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If so they could’ve released it for promo.
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I doubt he hates songs for films. He loves bond after all.Tarssauce wrote: ↑August 18th, 2020, 9:42 amI’m really curious about how this will turn out. Is it a song? Is it an instrumental? If it’s a song, how will it be used in the film?
I thought Nolan hated songs made for films lol. Personally, I’m not a fan of hip hop/trap /rap. The parts I disliked about the Black Panther score were the parts referencing those styles and genres. We haven’t heard the full score yet but I have trust in Nolan.
This is the first time I’ve ever doubted this movie lol