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I loved this line...   Thursday, October 7, 2010 (3:50 p.m.) 

His attachment to Legend of the Guardians came with much anticipation from within the film music collecting community, as well as a collective sigh of relief that Snyder did not haul former collaborator and known plagiarist Tyler Bates along for this assignment (one has to imagine that Warner's forced acknowledgement of the derivative nature of 300 eliminated any chance of Bates' involvement here).

Especially that last part about Warner Brothers, who new plagiarizing scores would be such a concern for them?


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Re: I loved this line...   Monday, January 14, 2013 (8:07 p.m.) 

> His attachment to Legend of the Guardians came with much anticipation from
> within the film music collecting community, as well as a collective sigh
> of relief that Snyder did not haul former collaborator and known
> plagiarist Tyler Bates along for this assignment (one has to imagine that
> Warner's forced acknowledgement of the derivative nature of 300 eliminated
> any chance of Bates' involvement here).

> Especially that last part about Warner Brothers, who new plagiarizing
> scores would be such a concern for them?

Oh, enough with the who plagiarizing thing. 300 was a temp track situation, Doomsday has a homage to the virus and 80's films. Other than that, there's nothing to call Bates a plagiarist, like he himself broke into a composer's house, stole their scores, copied them and then went everywhere saying "This is my score!".


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