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Where the Wild Things Are soundtrack - Vitaliy Zavadskyy

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Published on May 12, 2009

Hello everyone!

[Disclaimer] - Fan Made!

Original name of the song is "Welcome World" and was created for Slash3 art exhibition "World Exhibition II" Here's their link, check em out!

- http://www.slashthree.com/v3/

Now onto the film, well directed by Spike Jonze, based on a childrens book of the same name by Maurice Sendak.

The trailer came out to it not too long ago and it looks like it will be a great heart warming story of a kid and his own imaginary world.

Heres a bit more on the film.

POSSIBLE SPOILERZZZZZZ AHEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The Setup [Wiki]:

Where the Wild Things Are is a highly anticipated upcoming 2009 film adaptation of the Maurice Sendak children's book of the same name. The film is directed by Spike Jonze and written by Jonze and Dave Eggers.

The film combines live action, suitmation, animatronics, and CGI. Its release is currently scheduled for October 16, 2009.

Where the Wild Things Are was originally set for release from Universal, and a teaser of the film was attached to the 2000 film The Grinch. However, disagreements between Universal and Jonze led him to take the film to Warner Bros.

Filming began in April 2006 at Central City Studios in Melbourne, Australia. According to Jonze, most of the film was shot with a handheld camera in order to compliment the "evocative" "other-worldly" feel of the film. Adam Keenan and John Nolan are responsible for the animatronics. The film is currently in post-production.

The cast includes Catherine Keener, Max Records, James Gandolfini, Angus Sampson, Forest Whitaker, Lauren Ambrose, Lyle O'Hara and Paul Dano. Ambrose was cast to replace Michelle Williams as the voice of one of the monsters.[citation needed] The filmmakers reportedly "enjoyed working with Williams, but her voice didn't match their original vision of how the Wild Thing should sound."[citation needed]

The seven creatures are portrayed by actors in suits up to nine feet tall made of foam, with computer-generated faces.

The film score is written by film composer Carter Burwell and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs with songs by Arcade Fire.

On February 20, 2008, rumors emerged that Warner Bros. was considering reshooting the entire film.Producer Gary Goetzman responded, "We support Spike's vision. We're helping him make the vision he wants to make."Academy Award winning make-up effects supervisor Howard Berger (The Chronicles of Narnia) turned down offers to work on the film four times. Although the book inspired him as a child to work in special effects, he felt filming it was a "horrible idea".

The Story [Wiki]:

The film concerns the imaginary adventures of a young boy named Max, who is angry when his mother, Connie, invites her boyfriend over. After causing one mischievous antic after another, he is sent to his room without supper. Feeling angry and unloved, he then creates a forest bordering a massive ocean, and sails away to an island inhabited by many imaginary monsters called the Wild Things, who crown him as their ruler.

The Cast [Imdb]:

Catherine Keener ... Connie
Max Records... Max
Mark Ruffalo
Lauren Ambrose... KW (voice)
James Gandolfini... Carol (voice)
Catherine O'Hara... Judith (voice)
Forest Whitaker... Ira (voice)
Paul Dano... Alexander (voice)
Alice Parkinson... KW
Tom Noonan... Douglas (voice)
Michael Berry Jr.... Daniel the Bull (voice)

Images taken from:

- http://www.apple.com/trailers/wb/wher...

The image(s) does/do not in any way limit the ability of the copyright owners to market or sell their product and in neither way is it used for personal or material gain.

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