The Hateful Eight Wins the Best Original Score of Golden Globe Award

The Hateful Eight is one of the successful movies directed by Quentin Tarantino. This movie was released in 2015 and it received lots of praises from the public. The credit not only for Quentin Tarantino himself and the actors but also for Ennio Morricone, the composer for The Hateful Eight.

Ennio Morricone and Quentin Tarantino Past Controversies

Ennio Morricone is a famous composer, conductor, and orchestrator from Italia. He has created more than 500 scores for TV and cinemas. Before he agreed to work with Tarantino, he released a statement that he wonÕt work with Tarantino ever again since Tarantino used his piece without proper planning. But, this statement was clarified and Morricone ended up working with him again to produce the score for the movie. Interestingly, Morricone made the score without watching the movie at all. The composer finally made around 30 scores for the movie. Some of them were compiled under one album compilation and some others were used in the movie but not included in the album compilation.

Won Golden Globe Awards for Best Original Score in January 2016

Despite the heightened atmosphere between those two, they showed good chemistry in producing the movie and the soundtrack. The hard work was paid off since the movie won several awards in different categories. In the 73rd Golden Globe Awards 2016, this movie won the Best Original Score award. This movieÕs original score successfully beat the other original score nominees, such as Carol, The Danish Girl, Steve Jobs, and the Revenant.

The genius Ennio Morricone successfully made the score for the soundtrack of the movie. Although he hadnÕt seen the film, he can make a great score for it. His great work is paid off when he finally received the Best Original Soundtrack of Golden Globe Award for this movie.

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