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Season 1 Episode 4 | Brian Tyler, Behind the Score: Rachel Portman & Name That Score

Score: The Podcast welcomes Brian Tyler, award-winning composer of the Fast and Furious and Marvel films, Now You See Me, and the upcoming film Crazy Rich Asians, plus television shows like Hawaii Five-0 and Scorpion and video game franchises Call of Duty, Assassin's Creed Black Flag and Need For Speed. Brian shares a story about first meeting Robert at Fox and it leading to his film career.

Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing how Marvel and Black Panther films are evolving the sound of Disney, and talk about "Hans Zimmer Live" documentary now on Netflix.

In "Behind the Score," Rachel Portman talks about her path in an industry made up of mostly men. The first female Oscar-winning composer talks about how determination helped her through musical training at an all-boys school in London. Finally, the team and Brian play a "robots and AI" themed edition of the game “Name That Score.”

Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes.

Executive Producer: Matt Schrader.

Mentioned In This Episode

Fast Five:

Now You See Me:

Thor: The Dark World:

Iron Man 3:

Furious 7:

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