‘Rampage’: Inside the Globe-Trotting Mission to Compose Its Score (Exclusive Video)
Composer Andrew Lockington took a decidedly international approach to his music for the Dwayne Johnson actioner “Rampage,” including traveling to Costa Rica to record the sounds of wild howler monkeys and employing a Ugandan children’s choir.He credits director Brad Peyton — his collaborator on four films including the 2015 hit “San Andreas” — with encouraging creativity and fresh thinking, as he discusses in this exclusive video.
The score also features large orchestra, processed brass and ethnic percussion and vintage computer-game electronics.The Canadian-born composer is best known for his epic scores for “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” its sequel “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” and the disaster film “San Andreas.”At the Box Office, “Rampage” opened at No.
1 with $34.5 million from 4,101 theaters.
In its second week, the movie is looking like it will claim the runner-up slot, pulling in $18 million.
Internationally, “Rampage” has already earned $114.1 million.The “Rampage” soundtrack
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