Peanut Butter and jelly, dustpan and broom, the ocean and sand, and peas and carrots. These things go together just like a Danny Elfman soundtrack goes with a Tim Burton film. They’ve recorded 17 features together. You almost can’t encounter one without expecting the other.… Read More »Inside the score for Disney’s Dumbo composed by Danny Elfman.
Fans of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas are in for a real treat this December 6 and 7 when a special live-in-concert event will come to Barlcays Center in Brooklyn. The concert includes a screening of the movie with the music performed live by… Read More »Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas live-in-concert comes To Brooklyn
If you live in Southern California (or are willing to travel), you’re in for a treat this Halloween as The Nightmare Before Christmas returns to The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles for three nights. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 28, 29 and 30, Danny… Read More »The Nightmare Before Christmas Returns to The Hollywood Bowl October 2016
Composer Danny Elfman stopped by Disneyland last week to help promote an upcoming concert featuring the music of Tim Burton. While in the park, he was able to experience Haunted Mansion Holiday for the first time. The special holiday overlay focuses on the world of… Read More »Danny Elfman on having his music a part of Haunted Mansion Holiday
In a rare live performance, Danny Elfman will perform music from the films of Tim Burton. Tickets are available for the nights of October 31th & November 1st at the Nokia theatre in Hollywood, CA. To help promote the festivities, Elfman stopped by Disneyland’s Haunted… Read More »Danny Elfman performs Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas
One of my favorite moments in Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful was the opening sequence (which isn’t a knock on the film). Danny Elfman’s music was perfect as always, and the graphics set the old timey mood nicely for the transition into the wonderful… Read More »Welcome to Oz: The Opening Sequence
I wore new shoes down the white carpet layered like so much cotton upon Hollywood Boulevard because I refused to be the one responsible for soiling Tim Burton’s night. Everybody knows that new shoes don’t scuff. Look it up. Besides, there were plenty of dogs sniffing around (mostly alive from what I could tell), and I figured one of them would take the honors. It never happened. Not a single stain. That, my friends, is Disney magic.
It was the premiere of Tim Burton’s latest Disney feature, Frankenweenie, held at Disney’s El Capitan Theatre, and the night was spotless (although I did get some cupcake leavings on my freshly pressed pantsuit).
The premiere was a black and white affair, followed by a private party that was partially in color. Both were filled with the stars from the film, including Tim Burton:Read More »This Frankenweenie Premiere Post is Black and White and Read All Over