ANDREW LOCKINGTON SCORES ‘JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH’


In Theatres July 11, Score Available on New Line Records July 8

(Hollywood, CA) Composer Andrew Lockington scores “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” a New Line Cinema film based on the original book, starring Brendan Fraser and in theatres July 11. Although there are some correlations to the 1959 film, this film is unique and original and includes a distinctive, innovative score. Lockington’s original score for “Journey to the Center of the Earth” will be released by New Line Records on July 8.

Unlike previous live-action features, “Journey to the Center of the Earth” is the first to be entirely shot and released in 3D; other movies have shot scenes in 3D but never an entire movie. Because of this, Lockington integrated a large traditional orchestra and full choir with the orchestral percussion of the Japanese drumming ensemble Nagata Shachu. Nagata Shachu uses gongs, bells, wooden clappers, shakers and bamboo flutes – resulting in thunderous drumbeats with subtle, intricate rhythms.

As a protégé of award-winning composer Mychael Danna (Little Miss Sunshine), Lockington’s credits include the Lion’s Gate film “Skinwalkers,” Samuel Goldwyn’s “Saint Ralph,” the Sony Pictures Classic “Touch of Pink,” and the scores for the HBO features “Xchange” and “Stranger Inside.” More recently, Lockington scored the Paramount/MTV distributed “How She Move” and the not yet released Indie feature “One Week” starring Joshua Jackson.

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