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Comments about the soundtrack for The Legend of Tarzan (Rupert Gregson-Williams)
What actually happened to Grigorov?

Drew
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bam
What actually happened to Grigorov?   Wednesday, August 3, 2016 (5:26 p.m.) 

He was brought onto the film, did a score, and then dropped surprisingly late into production? It sounds like studio interference to me - and I've heard some other rumours about that as well with the editing (for example, John Hurt was in the film, and his casting helped with the greenlighting of it, yet he's nowhere to be found in the theatrical cut?) so has anyone any knowledge of this?


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Re: What actually happened to Grigorov?   Wednesday, August 3, 2016 (7:33 p.m.) 

> He was brought onto the film, did a score, and then dropped surprisingly
> late into production? It sounds like studio interference to me - and I've
> heard some other rumours about that as well with the editing (for example,
> John Hurt was in the film, and his casting helped with the greenlighting
> of it, yet he's nowhere to be found in the theatrical cut?) so has anyone
> any knowledge of this?

they didnt like his music. it was wimp sissy music, unlike hans and friends


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bam
Re: What actually happened to Grigorov?   Monday, August 8, 2016 (8:34 p.m.) 

> they didnt like his music. it was wimp sissy music, unlike hans and friends

When you look down at your crotch, do you see herpes?



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