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Music in Films
 

Rendy Edelman
b.1947

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Edelman's film music
Rendy Edelman - "Ghostbusters"  "XXX"  "The Mummy"

Randy Edelman (born June 10, 1947) is an American musician, producer, and composer for film and television known for his work in comedy films. He has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA Award, and is the recipient of twelve BMI Awards.

Some of Edelman's best known films scores include Twins, Kindergarten Cop, Beethoven, Gettysburg,The Mask, Dragonheart, Daylight and XXX. He also wrote the theme of the popular television series MacGyver.
Edelman was born in Paterson, New Jersey, to a Jewish family. He attended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music before heading to New York where he played piano in Broadway pit orchestras. He produced several solo albums of songs (some of which were later recorded by The Carpenters ("I Can't Make Music", "Piano Picker" and "You"), Barry Manilow ("Weekend in New England"), "If Love Is Real" from Olivia Newton-John's Making a Good Thing Better, Dionne Warwick, The Laughter and the Tears, Blood Sweat and Tears, Blue Street, and many others before moving to Los Angeles. 

One of his first film scores was for the 1973 film Executive Action, which put forward a conspiracy theory concerning the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1963. In the mid-1980s, Edelman wrote the theme to, and scored many episodes of MacGyver, a popular television series starring Richard Dean Anderson.

During the 1980s and early 1990s, he also collaborated with Ivan Reitman, producing scores for several of his comedies, including Ghostbusters II, Twins and Kindergarten Cop. He also contributed to Beethoven; The Last of the Mohicans; The Mask; Daylight; Anaconda; XXX; Gettysburg; My Cousin Vinny; While You Were Sleeping; Dragonheart; Shanghai Noon; Six Days, Seven Nights; The Indian in the Cupboard; Billy Madison; Angels in the Outfield; and EDtv to name just a few.

Edelman was honored with the Richard Kirk Award at the 2003 BMI Film and TV Awards. The award is given annually to a composer who has made significant contributions to film and television music. In 2004, he received an honorary doctorate in fine arts from the University of Cincinnati. He was given the degree along with three other honorees distinguished in various other fields, including Coretta Scott King.

He produced the scores for the 2008 film The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. This score was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, where in 2010 Randy also recorded and composed the Irish flavored music score for Amy Adams film Leap Year. He was awarded the Goldspirit Award (named in honor of Jerry Goldsmith) for best comedy score of 2011 for the Leap Year soundtrack CD on Varèse Sarabande.
 

Randy Edelman - You're the One (1979)
1. Don't Let Go of Me (0:00)
2. You Can Always Buy Her Pearls (3:40)
3. If This Is Love (7:15)
4. Thirty Years Old (10:55)
5. Night Music (14:57)
6. You're the One (18:45)
7. Time Changes People (22:59)
8. My Heart Got in the Way (27:08)
9. All Along the Rhine (30:59)

Randy Edelman - On Time (1982)
00:00:00  Nobody Made Me
04:39:77  Please Don’t Stop Remembering
09:06:73  Dinner For Two at Su Sing Wu
12:24:90  Round Fourteen
16:59:87  Turn Around
21:43:33  Half Heaven Half Heartache
25:05:33  Tried and True
30:01:77  A Thanksgiving Prayer
34:42:50  Katie Go
41:06:63   Pretty Girls
45:09:30  Wings

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Edelman's film music
Rendy Edelman - "Ghostbusters"  "XXX"  "The Mummy"

1988 Twins

1984 Ghostbusters  (Music by Elmer Bernstein)
1989 Ghostbusters II  (Music by Randy Edelman)
2016 Ghostbusters III  (Music by Theodore Shapiro)

1990 Kindergarten Cop
1994 The Mask
1995 While You Were Sleeping
1996 Daylight
1998 Six Days Seven Nights

2002 XXX  (Music by Randy Edelman)
2005 XXX: State of the Union  (Music by Marco Beltrami)
2017 XXX: Return of Xander Cage (Music by Brian Tyler, Robert Lydecker)

2008 27 Dresses
2010 Leap Year

1999 The Mummy (Music by Jerry Goldsmith)
2001 The Mummy Returns (Music by Alan Silvestri)
2002 The Scorpion King (Music by John Debney)
2008 The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Music by Randy Edelman)2017 The Mummy (Music by Brian Tyler)

Twins
 

Twins is a 1988 American buddy comedy film produced and directed by Ivan Reitman about unlikely twins (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito) who were separated at birth. The core of the film is the contrast between DeVito's streetwise persona and Schwarzenegger's character, who is highly intelligent yet innocent and socially inexperienced.

The original music score was composed by Georges Delerue and Randy Edelman (Edelman would score three more films for the director, whereas this was Delerue's only work for him).

The film was a commercial success, earning $11 million on its opening weekend, and going on to gross $216 million worldwide. Instead of taking their usual salaries for the film, Schwarzenegger and DeVito both agreed with the studio to take 20% of the film's box office returns; this resulted in them receiving the biggest paychecks of their movie careers.

The Spinners - Brother to Brother (Twins Soundtrack 1988)

Twins Official Trailer #1 - (1988)

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"Ghostbusters" 

1984 Ghostbusters (Music by Elmer Bernstein)
 

Ghostbusters is a 1984 American fantasy comedy film produced and directed by Ivan Reitman and written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. It stars Bill Murray, Aykroyd and Ramis as Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler, eccentric parapsychologists who start a ghost-catching business in New York City. Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis co-star as their client Dana Barrett and her neighbor Louis Tully. Music by Elmer Bernstein.

Aykroyd conceived Ghostbusters as a project for himself and fellow Saturday Night Live alumnus John Belushi, with the protagonists traveling through time and space. Aykroyd and Ramis rewrote the script following Belushi's death and after Reitman deemed Aykroyd's initial vision financially impractical. Filming took place from October 1983 to January 1984.

Ghostbusters was released in the United States on June 8, 1984. It received positive reviews and grossed $242 million in the United States and more than $295 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing comedy film of its time. At the 57th Academy Awards, it was nominated for Best Visual Effects and Best Original Song (for the theme song). The American Film Institute ranked Ghostbusters 28th on its 100 Years...100 Laughs list of film comedies. In 2015, the United States Library of Congress selected the film for preservation in the National Film Registry, finding it "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Ghostbusters launched a media franchise, which includes a 1989 sequel, two animated television series (The Real Ghostbusters and Extreme Ghostbusters), video games, and a 2016 reboot.
 

Ghostbusters (1984) - Trailer 

Ghostbusters - Elmer Bernstein - soundtrack (Original Score)

1989 Ghostbusters II (Music by Randy Edelman)
 

Ghostbusters II is a 1989 American supernatural-fantasy science fiction-comedy film directed and produced by Ivan Reitman and written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. It stars Bill Murray, Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Ramis, Ernie Hudson and Rick Moranis. The sequel to the 1984 film Ghostbusters, it sees the Ghostbusters reunite to combat a new threat to New York City. Music by Randy Edelman.
 

Ghostbusters II (Trailer 1989)

Ghostbusters 2 (1989) Music Video

Randy Edelman - Ghostbusters II - 1989 
[FULL SOUNDTRACK]

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2016 Ghostbusters III (Music by Theodore Shapiro)
 

Ghostbusters (also known as Ghostbusters: Answer the Call and marketed as such on home release) is a 2016 supernatural comedy film directed by Paul Feig and written by Feig and Katie Dippold. The film stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, and Chris Hemsworth. It is the third feature film in the Ghostbusters franchise, and serves as a reboot of the series. The story focuses on four women who begin a ghost-catching business in New York City. Music by Theodore Shapiro.

A third Ghostbusters film had been in various stages of development following the release of Ghostbusters II in 1989. As a result of original cast member Bill Murray's refusal to commit to the project and the death of fellow cast member Harold Ramis in 2014, Sony decided to reboot the series. Much of the original film's cast make cameo appearances in new roles. The announcement of the female-led cast in 2015 drew a polarized response from the public and Internet backlash, leading to the film's IMDb page and associated YouTube videos receiving low ratings prior to the film's release.
 

GHOSTBUSTERS - Official Trailer 1

GHOSTBUSTERS - Official Trailer 2

GHOSTBUSTERS (2016) soundtrack / Song Official

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Kindergarten Cop
 

Kindergarten Cop is a 1990 American comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman, distributed by Universal Pictures. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as John Kimble, a tough police detective working undercover as a kindergarten teacher to apprehend drug dealer Cullen Crisp (Richard Tyson) before Crisp can get to his former wife and son.

While undercover, Kimble discovers his passion for teaching and considers changing his profession to become an educator. Pamela Reed plays his partner, Phoebe O'Hara, and Penelope Ann Miller plays Joyce, the teacher who becomes his love interest. The original music score was composed by Randy Edelman. The film was released in the United States on December 21, 1990.

Kindergarten Cop (1990) Trailer 

Kindergarten Cop (1990) - Shut Up! Scene 

Kindergarten Cop - Randy Edelman  -
Tracks 1, 2, 3

Kindergarten Cop - Randy Edelman -
Tracks 4, 5, 6

Kindergarten Cop - Randy Edelman -
Tracks 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 

Kindergarten Cop - Randy Edelman -
Tracks 15, 16

Kindergarten Cop - Randy Edelman -
Tracks 12, 13, 14

The Mask
 

The Mask is a 1994 American fantasy superhero comedy film directed by Charles Russell, produced by Bob Engelman, and written by Mike Werb, based on the comic series of the same name published by Dark Horse Comics. The film stars Jim Carrey, Peter Greene, Amy Yasbeck, Peter Riegert, Richard Jeni, Ben Stein, Joely Fisher, and Cameron Diaz in her film debut. It revolves around Stanley Ipkiss (Carrey), an unfortunate bank clerk who finds a magical mask that transforms him into a bizarre zoot-suited gangster. Music by Randy Edelman.

The film was released on July 29, 1994, by New Line Cinema, becoming a critical and commercial success, grossing over $351 million over a $23 million budget. It cemented Carrey's reputation as a dominant actor of the 1990s, and established Diaz long-term as a leading lady. Carrey was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role, and the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects but lost to Forrest Gump. A stand-alone sequel, Son of the Mask, was released in 2005.
 

The Mask - 1994 - Randy Edelman

The Mask (1994) Official Trailer

The Mask (1994) - 1

The Mask (1994) - 3

The Mask (1994) - 2

The Mask (1994) - 4

The Mask (1994) - 5

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While You Were Sleeping
 

While You Were Sleeping is a 1995 American romantic comedy film directed by Jon Turteltaub and written by Daniel G. Sullivan and Fredric Lebow. It stars Sandra Bullock as Lucy, a Chicago Transit Authority token collector, and Bill Pullman as Jack, the brother of a man whose life she saves, along with Peter Gallagher as Peter, the man who is saved, Peter Boyle and Glynis Johns as members of Peter's family, and Jack Warden as longtime family friend and neighbor.

While You Were Sleeping was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $182 million at the box office. Bullock and Pullman received praise for their performances. Bullock also garnered a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.
 

Randy Edelman - While You Were Sleeping - "Love Theme"

While You Were Sleeping - Trailer

Randy Edelman - While You Were Sleeping - "A Happy Ending"

While You Were Sleeping 

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Daylight
 

Daylight is a 1996 American-British disaster thriller film directed by Rob Cohen and starring Sylvester Stallone, Amy Brenneman, Viggo Mortensen, Dan Hedaya, Stan Shaw, Jay O. Sanders, Karen Young and Danielle Harris. This film was Released by Universal Pictures and Davis Entertainment on December 6, 1996 in United States, and on December 26 in United Kingdom.
 

Randy Edelman - Daylight (1996 )  soundtrack

Daylight - Official Trailer

Daylight - 1996

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Six Days Seven Nights
 

Six Days, Seven Nights is a 1998 adventure comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Harrison Ford and Anne Heche. The screenplay was written by Michael Browning. It was filmed on location in Kauai, and released on June 12, 1998.
 

Six Days Seven Nights - 1998 -  Randy Edelman

Six Days Seven Nights 1998 Trailer | Harrison Ford | Anne Heche

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"X X X"

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2002 XXX (Music by Randy Edelman)
 

XXX (stylized as xXx and pronounced as Triple X) is a 2002 American action film directed by Rob Cohen, produced by Neal H. Moritz and written by Rich Wilkes. The first installment in the XXX film series, the film stars Vin Diesel as Xander Cage, a thrill-seeking extreme sports enthusiast, stuntman and rebellious athlete-turned reluctant spy for the National Security Agency. Cage is sent on a dangerous mission to infiltrate a group of potential Russian terrorists in Central Europe. The film also stars Asia Argento, Marton Csokas and Samuel L. Jackson. Cohen had previously directed The Fast and the Furious (2001), in which Diesel also starred. Music by Randy Edelman.

The film received a 48% approval rating from Rotten Tomatoes, which calls it a "missed opportunity", although it grossed $277.4 million worldwide. It was followed by two sequels, State of the Union (2005) and Return of Xander Cage (2017).
 

xXx (2002) - trailer

xXx (2002) - Feuer Frei

"xXx" Original Score. Music by Randy Edelman.

2005 XXX: State of the Union (Music by Marco Beltrami)
 

XXX: State of the Union (with the "XXX" stylized as "xXx" and pronounced as "Triple X", released as XXX2: The Next Level and XXX: State of Emergency outside North America) is a 2005 American action film directed by Lee Tamahori and a sequel to the 2002 film XXX. It is the second installment of the XXX franchise, and was produced by Revolution Studios for Columbia Pictures. Music by Marco Beltrami.

Vin Diesel and Rob Cohen, the lead actor and director of the original, had signed onto a sequel before the first film had opened, but both dropped out as Diesel disliked the script, while Cohen to worked on Stealth. Cohen remained as an executive producer. Ice Cube took over the lead role as the new Triple X agent and Tamahori was brought in to direct, following the huge commercial success of the James Bond film Die Another Day, which he directed. Two different scripts were prepared for the film, and the one written by Simon Kinberg was selected; the other script featured a radically different plot.

State of the Union was a box-office bomb and it was criticized by reviewers, mainly for the performances, an illogical story, and overuse of CGI-based visual effects for most of the action sequences. State of the Union is the last film in the XXX franchise to be distributed by Columbia Pictures, as Paramount Pictures became the distributor for its future films, starting with Return of Xander Cage in 2017.

xXx: State of the Union - Official Trailer

Marco Beltrami - State Of The Union

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2017 XXX: Return of Xander Cage (Music by Brian Tyler, Robert Lydecker)
 

XXX: Return of Xander Cage (released as XXX: Reactivated in some countries and stylized as xXx: Return of Xander Cage in promotional materials) is a 2017 American action film directed by D. J. Caruso and written by F. Scott Frazier. The film stars Vin Diesel, Donnie Yen, Deepika Padukone, Kris Wu, Ruby Rose, Tony Jaa, Nina Dobrev, Toni Collette, Ariadna Gutiérrez, Hermione Corfield, and Samuel L. Jackson. It is the third installment in the XXX franchise and a sequel to both XXX (2002) and XXX: State of the Union (2005). Music by Brian Tyler, Robert Lydecker.

Unlike the previous films, which were distributed by Columbia Pictures, the film was released by Paramount Pictures on January 20, 2017, in 2D, RealD 3D and IMAX 3D. This also marks the first film produced by Revolution Studios in ten years since 2007's The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep. The film received mixed reviews from critics and grossed over $346 million worldwide against a production budget of $85 million, making it the highest-grossing film of Revolution Studios and in the franchise.
 

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage - Official Trailer  (2017)

xXx: Return of Xander Cage (Original Background Score)

xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017) - Main Theme

27 Dresses
 

27 Dresses is a 2008 romantic comedy film directed by Anne Fletcher and written by Aline Brosh McKenna. The film stars Katherine Heigl and James Marsden. Music by Randy Edelman.

27 Dresses - Randy Edelman (2008)

27 Dresses - Randy Edelman (2008)

27 Dresses - Randy Edelman (2008)

27 Dresses - trailer

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Leap Year
 

Leap Year is a 2010 Irish-American romantic comedy film directed by Anand Tucker and written by Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan. Loosely based on I Know Where I'm Going, the film stars Amy Adams and Matthew Goode.

The film follows a real estate worker who heads to Ireland to ask her boyfriend to accept her wedding proposal on leap day, when tradition supposedly holds that men cannot refuse a woman's proposal for marriage. Her plans are interrupted by a series of events and are further complicated when she hires an Irish innkeeper to take her to her boyfriend in Dublin. Music by Randy Edelman.

Principal photography took place in County Wicklow, Dublin, County Mayo, and County Galway, with filming taking place in and around the Aran Islands, Connemara, Temple Bar, Georgian Dublin, Wicklow National Park, and Olaf Street, Waterford.

Leap Year premiered in New York City on January 6, 2010 and was released theatrically on January 8, 2010 by Universal Pictures in the United States and on February 28 by Optimum Releasing in Ireland. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics, with many criticising the film’s pacing, plot and limited chemistry between Adams and Goode.
 

Leap year - Randy Edelman - 1

Leap year - Randy Edelman - 3

Leap year - Randy Edelman - 2

Leap year - Randy Edelman - 4

Leap year - trailer

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"The Mummy"

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1999 The Mummy (Music by Jerry Goldsmith)
 

The Mummy is a 1999 American action horror film written and directed by Stephen Sommers and starring Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, and Kevin J. O'Connor, with Arnold Vosloo in the titular role as the reanimated mummy. It is a loose remake of the 1932 film The Mummy. In this film, adventurer Rick O'Connell travels to Hamunaptra, the city of the dead, with a librarian and her brother. There they accidentally awaken Imhotep, a high priest from the reign of the pharaoh Seti I who has been cursed for eternity. Music by Jerry Goldsmith.

Filming began in Marrakech, Morocco, on May 4, 1998, and lasted seventeen weeks; the crew had to endure dehydration, sandstorms, and snakes while filming in the Sahara. The visual effects were provided by Industrial Light & Magic, who blended film and computer-generated imagery to create the titular mummy. Jerry Goldsmith provided the orchestral score.

The Mummy opened on May 7, 1999, and grossed $43 million in 3,210 theaters during its opening weekend in the United States; a surprise hit, the film went on to gross $416 million worldwide. The box-office success led to a 2001 sequel, The Mummy Returns, as well as an animated series, and the prequel/spin-off film The Scorpion King. Seven years later, the third installment, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, opened on August 1, 2008. Universal Pictures also opened a roller coaster, Revenge of the Mummy, in 2004. Novelizations of the film and its sequels were written by Max Allan Collins.
 

The Mummy - 1999 - Soundtrack Suite -
Jerry Goldsmith

The Mummy - (1999) - Trailer

Everything Wrong With The Mummy 

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2001 The Mummy Returns (Music by Alan Silvestri)
 

The Mummy Returns is a 2001 American action-adventure fantasy film written and directed by Stephen Sommers, starring Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Oded Fehr, Patricia Velásquez, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The film is a sequel to the 1999 film The MummyMusic by Alan Silvestri.

The Mummy Returns inspired the 2002 prequel film The Scorpion King which is set 5,000 years prior and whose eponymous character, played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, was introduced in this film. It was followed by the 2008 sequel The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
 

The Mummy Returns - 2001 - Soundtrack Suite -
Alan Silvestri

The Mummy Returns - Official Trailer - 2001

THE MUMMY RETURNS (2001)
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2002 The Scorpion King (Music by John Debney)
 

The Scorpion King is a 2002 American historical fantasy action film directed by Chuck Russell, starring The Rock, Kelly Hu, Grant Heslov, and Michael Clarke Duncan. It is a prequel of The Mummy franchise, which takes place before the events of The Mummy and tells the story of Mathayus and his rise to become the Scorpion King. 
Music by John Debney.

The events of The Scorpion King take place 5,000 years before those in The Mummy and The Mummy Returns, and reveal Mathayus' origins and his rise to power as the Scorpion King. The name is a reference to a historical king of the Protodynastic Period of Egypt, King Scorpion.

The Scorpion King - Soundtrack Suite - John Debney

The Scorpion King - Trailer

The Scorpion King (1/9)

The Scorpion King (2/9)

The Scorpion King (3/9)

The Scorpion King (4/9)

The Scorpion King (5/9)

The Scorpion King (6/9)

The Scorpion King (7/9)

The Scorpion King (8/9)

The Scorpion King (9/9)

2008 The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Music by Randy Edelman)
 

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is a 2008 American action-adventure fantasy film directed by Rob Cohen, written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, and produced by Stephen Sommers (director of The Mummy (1999) and The Mummy Returns (2001), Bob Ducsay, Sean Daniel, and James Jacks. The film is set in China, departing from the Egyptian setting. It is the third and final installment in The Mummy trilogy. The film stars Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello, John Hannah, Luke Ford, Anthony Wong and Michelle Yeoh. Music by Randy Edelman.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor premiered in Moscow on July 24, 2008 and was released in the United States on August 1, 2008. The film grossed $401.1 million worldwide and is the lowest-grossing film in The Mummy trilogy. A sequel was in the works, titled, The Mummy: Rise of the Aztec with Fraser, Bello, Hannah, Ford reprising their roles and Antonio Banderas to play the villain. However, the film was cancelled and Universal Pictures instead opted to release a reboot in 2017 as the first installment in the Dark Universe franchise.
 

The Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor - 2008 - Soundtrack Suite - Randy Edelman

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor - Trailer

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2017 The Mummy (Music by Brian Tyler)
 

The Mummy is a 2017 American action-adventure film directed by Alex Kurtzman and written by David Koepp, Christopher McQuarrie and Dylan Kussman, with a story by Kurtzman, Jon Spaihts and Jenny Lumet. It is a reboot of The Mummy franchise and the first installment in Universal's planned Dark Universe franchise. The film stars Tom Cruise as a US soldier who accidentally unearths the ancient tomb of an entrapped Egyptian princess (Sofia Boutella). Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance and Russell Crowe also star. Music by Brian Tyler.

The Mummy premiered at the State Theatre in Sydney, Australia on May 22, 2017, and was theatrically released in the United States on June 9, 2017, in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D. The film received generally negative reviews from critics. Despite grossing $410 million worldwide, it was labeled a box office bomb given its high production and marketing costs, with projected losses of up to $95 million.
 

The Mummy - 2017 - Soundtrack Suite - Brian Tyler

The Mummy - Official Trailer 

Complete Soundtrack - The Mummy - 2017 - Brian Tyler
01 | 00:00:00 | The Mummy
02 | 00:04:30 | The Secret of the Mummy
03 | 00:09:12 | Nick's Theme
04 | 00:11:17 | Prodigium
05 | 00:14:08 | Egypt's Next Great Queen
06 | 00:17:31 | Sandstorm
07 | 00:18:44 | The Call of the Ancients
08 | 00:22:18 | A Sense of Adventure
09 | 00:24:59 | Haram
10 | 00:29:24 | A Warning of Monsters
11 | 00:35:32 | The Lost Tomb of Ahmanet
12 | 00:38:07 | Providence
13 | 00:40:06 | The Sand of Wrath
14 | 00:42:50 | Enchantments
15 | 00:43:56 | Concourse of the Undead
16 | 00:48:57 | World of Monsters
17 | 00:51:31 | She Is Risen
18 | 00:55:35 | Chaos, Mayhem, Destruction
19 | 00:60:18 | Sanction of the Gods
20 | 01:03:25 | Unstoppable
21 | 01:07:40 | Beyond Evil
22 | 01:09:54 | Power and Temptation
23 | 01:11:23 | Inquest
24 | 01:13:00 | Forward Momentum
25 | 01:16:46 | Set
26 | 01:20:12 | Pathogen of Evil
27 | 01:22:16 | Liberators of Precious Antiquities
28 | 01:24:05 | Dawn of Evil
29 | 01:28:07 | Sepulcher
30 | 01:32:51 | Iniquity
31 | 01:35:04 | The Calling
32 | 01:37:40 | Possession of the Knight's Tomb
33 | 01:40:23 | Destiny
34 | 01:48:45 | Sentience
35 | 01:52:04 | Between Life and Death
36 | 01:54:28 | The Mummy End Title Suite

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