> Actually it's pretty common for trailers NOT to feature music from the
> movie score. There are composers hired just to compose trailer music
> believe it or not. Which I don't quite understand. I presume it's because
> movie trailers normally feature bombastic, exciting cues (to get you
> pumped to see the movie?) and if the movie score doesn't have any... then
> someone's hired to write some.
Sometimes they use music/score from other movies for the trailers, so it migh not even be composed by Thomas Newman!!