Executive Producer Sally House and Creative Director Scott Miller gave Variety their views on trailer music in Hollywood.
Variety’s Jon Burlingame came to The Hit House for our opinion on the current state and future trends of trailer music. “Music for trailers has evolved from the use of score directly from the film being promoted (as in studio-produced previews for “Casablanca” or “2001”) to a highly competitive business in which composers create libraries of original music for the sole purpose of driving audiences to new movies,” he began his piece.
“‘What we do is, we make you feel,’ [said] Hit House exec producer Sally House. ‘We make you laugh, we make you cry, we make you go call your mom. (For ‘Jungle Book‘) we knew that we had to make you feel inspired.'”
“’They just keep pushing the limits. They don’t really want yesterday’s music, they want tomorrow’s music. You cannot think big enough,’” said creative director Scott Miller.
Read the whole article here: “Producing Music for Trailers”
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