> Doyle and Elfman are only two years older than Burwell (born 1953 vs
> 1955), and Burwell is actually more experienced than both of them; Burwell
> scored his first film in 1984 (Blood Simple), whereas Elfman didn't make
> his proper debut until a year later (Pee-Wee's Big Adventure), and Doyle
> didn't make his debut until 1989 (Henry V)!
Yeah, I would not have put any of those three on this project. What Twilight needed was James Newton Howard. I am hoping at least of Alexander Desplat for New Moon, since Chris Weitz (Golden Compass) is directing. Marco Beltrami might be interesting, but he's already done vampires. I'd even take James Horner if he could manage not to produce another self-quoting rip-off.