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Re: Potential score disappointments for the rest of 2022
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• Posted by: Riley KZ
• Date: Monday, June 27, 2022, at 4:13 p.m.
• IP Address: xplr-209-222-174-86.xplornet.com
• In Response to: Potential score disappointments for the rest o... (Steven P.)

> With most people here finding the score for the Obi-Wan Kenobi series
> being a massive disappointment, possibly the biggest since The Matrix
> Rejected, it has me wondering about some of the other anticipated scores
> for the remainder of the year. For me, there are a few scores for the
> second half of the year I'm eager to hear based on my love for the
> previous score(s) in the series:

> The Rings of Power (Middle Earth prequel series)
> Willow (Disney+ sequel series)
> Avatar: The Way of Water
> Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Basically I think this means - the biggest and most anticipated movies/shows are always the most likely to disappoint us with the music haha.

> My questions for the community:

> 1. Which one of these do you think has the biggest chance of being a major
> disappointment?

Rings of Power. Hell, itís almost an impossible hill to climb. If Shore returns, expectations will be sky high which usually leads to lots of shrugs. If he doesnít, many people will be primed to hate it just cause (which many said was the case with Matrix Resurrections, which I donít agree with, or Zimmerís Man of Steel, which I do agree with).

> 2. Which one would hurt the most if it ends up being disappointing?

Avatar. Donít think it will be Franglenís fault, either ó he could give us a perfect sequel score, and part of me will still be sad it didnít come from Horner himself.




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