Harry Gregson-Williams Not Involved With Breaking Dawn

The IMDB, as we have mentioned before, can be wildly inaccurate. it’s like Wikipedia in that anyone can edit the information. Notable errors in the past have been listing Emily Browning for the role of Bella after Kristen Stewart was cast, and listing Brenna Lee Roth as playing Emily in Eclipse. Another recent error has cropped up and the Soundtrack Examiner ran down the story regarding composer Harry Gregson-Williams being involved with Breaking Dawn.

I read rumblings on the Internet about you being in talks to score the fourth TWILIGHT movie, BREAKING DAWN. Is there any truth to that?

No, not at all. The only bit of truth to that rumor might be in a fifth grade Manhattan Beach Middle School. [Laughs] My daughter is very keen on me to do this. She’s crazy about the TWILIGHT series. But no, there is absolutely no truth to that rumor at all. I haven’t heard anything about it at all. I know nothing about. When it comes to fourths, SHREK is as far as I go!

Comments

  1. GET JAMES NEWTON HOWARD, if anyones watched the new moon making of, I think it was for set-design, there was music that was almost identicle to it. If Breaking Dawn had the same kinda sound, it would be awesome – check out “the great eatlon” music on youtube to get an idea. Its EPIC.

  2. btw the music I was comparing the new moon set design with is the score from “Lady In The Water” oddly enough featuring Bryce AKA Victoria

  3. Fingers crossed for Thomas Newman, composer of Little Women, Shawshank Redemption, American Beauty, Finding Nemo, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, WALL-E, etc…

    In anyone can create the aural magic for Renessmee, etc., it would be him.

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