EXCLUSIVE: Deadline has the first exclusive track from Brian Tyler’s score for Scream, which is set for release on all digital platforms tomorrow via Varèse Sarabande—ahead of the fifth film in the beloved horror franchise’s release in theaters on January 14.
In addition to releasing music from the new film, the record label will be celebrating Marco Beltrami’s iconic scores from the first four films with a 4-LP edition of his Original Motion Picture Soundtracks by ScreamThis DVD contains two hours of unreleased material.
Way back in 1996, Wes Craven’s Scream ushered in a new era of slasher flicks—pairing self-aware satire with the chills, gore, and plot twists expected of the genre. 26 years later, Paramount Pictures & Spyglass Media Group bring us back to Woodsboro, CA. A new group of teens are being targeted by the masked serial murderer known as “The Killer.” “Ghostface,” with the original film’s stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette reprising their roles.
Tyler collaborated first with the new Scream film’s directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett on their 2019 horror pic Ready or notSearchlight Pictures, using his latest score to give justice to the “incredible franchise”The history of the company and its products “storied” history.
“I wanted to both acknowledge the history of the amazing score that came before this installment, while also taking the musical landscape into a new world,”The composer says so. “There are new themes as well as old-school themes intertwined in a way that I hope does the franchise justice.”
Tyler states that there is “an emotional component”The new film is “an integral dynamic contrast to the terror”It. “I wanted to reflect this in the score,”He stated, “and help make this movie a fully realized experience for the viewer.”
The composer is a multiple Emmy and BAFTA Award nominee who has also recently scored Paramount+’s hit series YellowstoneTaylor Sheridan’s creator, together with its newly launched prequel series, has released, 1883. He’s also been tapped for such series as Hawaii Five-0, Swamp Thing, ScorpionAnd Sleepy HollowWhile bringing his talents and skills to seven installments Fast & Furious Franchise(including the most recent F9: The Fast Saga) and such films as Those Who Wish Me to Die, Clouds, Charlie’s Angels, Rambo: The Last Blood, Crazy Rich AsiansAnd Avengers: Age of Ultron, and many more.
The future ScreamStars also include Mason Gooding and Mikey Madison. James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-ManThe script was written by ) Ready or Not’sGuy Busick. Producers were Vanderbilt and William Sherak, as well as Paul Neinstein, Gary Barber and Gary Barber. Ron Lynch, Ron Lynch and Marianne Maddalena also produced.
Listen to Tyler’s opening track for the pic, titled “New Horizons,”Click the above button.