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• Posted by: AntonioE1778   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, July 21, 2022, at 10:22 a.m.
• IP Address: 107.120.35.127
• In Response to: Yawn (AhN)

> I already know what this score is going to sound like. Feels like I've
> heard it already. I'm sure he'll do a good job but it feels like he just
> gets every high profile TV assignment now. Is anyone else feeling a little
> burnt out on McCreary? Like, I'm happy for him, and it feels petulant to
> whine about him getting good projects, but if his style isn't your thing,
> then it's hard to feel that jazzed about it. Idk, it could be good, could
> be great. But Bear's a very safe choice.

I did just have the thought that McCreary is turning into the Hans Zimmer of prestige television, with an inordinate amount of weight and power. Yeah, the guy is supremely talented and I have no doubt he'll provide an amazing score (haven't listened to the promo tracks yet), but you're right in that he's doing a lot lately.




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