|Kat Wrote:To be honest, I'm not that excited about the news that Boxleitner/Hedlund/Wilde are on board. |
Yea, pretty sure these 3 are guaranteed to return. Disney has that contract game on deck.
|Kat Wrote:(I would, however, like to know if Daft Punk is returning for the score; they would, in my opinion, be the obvious choice, but I know they"re not a shoo-in and I could see logical arguments for using someone else.)|
Here's Kosinski's take on the matter from his Dec 2012 interview.
|Kosinski:When it comes to building the team up for soundtrack they would absolutely be my first call. As to whether or not they would do it, it depends on what they’re doing at the time. They are very methodical in how they pick their next project, and they would only do it if they felt that they could dedicate themselves a hundred percent to that. I know they have another album coming out, I’m sure that’s going to be their next big project, which I assume is going to be followed by a massive tour. So, you know, hopefully if they’ve got the time and the creative willingness to dive back in. Remember, there are a lot of tracks that they created that I still have that I wasn’t able to fit into Tron: Legacy. So we’ve already got a head start on some great tracks for the future, which I’m really excited about. Like I said, they would be my first call.|
Really hope that Daft Punk can score the next album as well. If they don't have an immediate world tour following their album release this spring, I don't see why they wouldn't seize the opportunity. Disney certainly has a lot of incentive to bring them back seeing as how the Legacy Soundtrack went gold plus the subsequent mileage they got out of Reconfigured.