Don’t Worry Darling (film soundtrack) features music from the film, including the new song “With You All the Time” by the film characters Alice and Jack

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LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–WaterTower Music is proud to announce that two music albums from New Line Cinema’s “Don’t Worry Darling” are now available for digital purchase and streaming, and are also available for pre-order on vinyl and CDs from Mondo. Directed by Olivia Wilde (“Booksmart”), “Don’t Worry Darling” stars Florence Pugh (Oscar nominee for “Little Women”), Harry Styles (“Dunkirk”), Wilde (upcoming “Babylon”), Gemma Chan (“Crazy Rich Asians”), KiKi Layne (“The Old Guard”) and Chris Pine (“All the Old Knives”), and is out today in North American theaters.

To assemble and complete the film’s musical vision, Wilde turned to composer John Powell and musical supervisor Randall Poster (“No Time to Die”).

The Don’t Worry Darling (score from the original film soundtrack) features all new music from Oscar-nominated and three-time Grammy Award-nominated composer John Powell (“Happy Feet”, “How to Train Your Dragon”, “Solo: A Star Wars Story”). When it came to composing the score, Powell first saw the assembly without any sound, only dialogue. Director Olivia Wilde recalls: “Then he said to me, ‘This film is more romantic than you let on. May the score be something that sweeps our hearts. He said if we played with something more romantic and used percussion to feel like a heartbeat… introducing the world of the orchestra, he made it much more emotionally impactful. It was my first experience of being able to be with a composer conducting the orchestra, creating the score. I was overwhelmed by that moment, like a kid in a candy store.

When it came to assembling the songs from the film that would ultimately be compiled into the Don’t Worry Darling (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Wilde reached out to two-time Grammy Award-winning music supervisor Randall Poster, whom she calls “one of the greatest of all time.” The director and the poster crossed paths while working on the “Vinyl” series, produced by Martin Scorsese/Mick Jagger. Wilde provides, “Randy has an encyclopedic knowledge of music, and I really wanted to place the audience in that era through music. It’s such a great time for music and Randy and I had a lot of fun building the soundtrack, using so many songs that I’ve been waiting a long time to put in a movie. And what made the experience of being in the world of this movie so fun was Dance to this wonderful music.

Both albums contain the film’s score and songs respectively and are now available digitally. Both albums are now available for pre-order on Mondo’s Vinyl and CD setups. The CDs are set for release on November 18th and the vinyl is set for release in January 2023. The Mondo online store exclusive vinyl will be pressed on 140g Black and White Swirl; it will be available on other colors at select independent retailers.

The Don’t Worry Darling (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) the track list is below:

1.

The good moment

Ray Charles

2.

bang bang

Dizzy Gillespie

3.

where or when

Benny Goodman Threesome

4.

come home baby

Mel Torme

5.

Oogum Boogum Song

Brenton Woods

6.

Tears on my pillow

Little Anthony and the Imperials

seven.

Twilight time

Trays

8.

Sh-Boom

Agreements

9.

I need your love so much

Little Willie John

ten.

sleep walk

Santo and Johnny

11.

You belong to Me

Helen Foster and the Rovers

12.

someone to watch over me

Ella Fitzgerald

13.

With You All The Time (from “Don’t Worry Darling”)

Alice and Jack

The Don’t Worry Darling (score from the original film soundtrack), with score by John Powell, the list of tracks is as follows:

  1. Ballet lessons for beginners

  2. Mushroom Breakfast

  3. Welcome to the party

  4. In the bedroom

  5. Margaret’s Flashback

  6. keep the house

  7. Trolley at HQ

  8. Waking up to a shrinking world

  9. Advanced ballet class

  10. Long relaxing bath

  11. A doctor visits

  12. Whiskey by the fire

  13. Among the ladies with rabbit

  14. Who owns the world?

  15. Outings and delusions

  16. Fallout from dinner

  17. We have to go

  18. rabbit hole

  19. Everything is fine now

  20. Catechisms & Catheters

  21. All for you Alice

  22. Bunny’s Wise Words

  23. Hunt for Victory

  24. End credits (Don’t Worry Darling)

ABOUT THE MOVIE

Alice (Pugh) and Jack (Styles) are lucky enough to live in the idealized community of Victory, the experimental company town home to the men who work for the top-secret Victory project and their families. The 1950s societal optimism embraced by their CEO, Frank (Pine) – both corporate visionary and motivational life coach – anchors every aspect of daily life in the tightly woven desert utopia.

While the husbands spend each day inside the Victory Project headquarters, working on ‘progressive materials development’, their wives, including Frank’s stylish partner, Shelley (Chan), can spend their time enjoying beauty, luxury and debauchery of their community. . Life is perfect, with every resident’s needs being met by the company. All they ask in return is discretion and an unconditional commitment to the cause of Victory.

But when cracks in her idyllic life begin to appear, exposing flashes of something far more sinister lurking beneath the attractive facade, Alice can’t help but wonder exactly what they’re doing in Victory and why. How much is Alice willing to lose to expose what is really going on in this paradise?

Wilde is directing from a script written by his “Booksmart” writer Katie Silberman, based on a story by Carey Van Dyke & Shane Van Dyke and Silberman. The film is produced by Wilde, Silberman, Miri Yoon and Roy Lee, with Richard Brener, Celia Khong, Alex G. Scott, Catherine Hardwicke, Carey Van Dyke and Shane Van Dyke executive producing. A New Line Cinema presentation, “Don’t Worry Darling” will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures.

ABOUT JOHN POWELL

Originally from London, JOHN POWELL (Music composed and conducted by) was a mediocre violinist as a child, wrote music for out-of-school commercials, and helped composer Patrick Doyle in the early 1990s. He moved to the United States in 1997, where he worked on numerous projects for Hans Zimmer and his film music company Remote Control. He co-wrote the score for “Antz” with Harry Gregson-Williams and quickly became one of the most desirable, versatile and exciting songwriters in town.

Powell was catapulted into the realm of top composers by displaying an entirely original voice with his oft-referenced scores for the first installment of the Bourne Trilogy, “The Bourne Identity.” He also became the go-to writer of family animated films, scoring such hits as “Shrek” and “Chicken Run” (both co-written with Harry Gregson-Williams), “Ice Age: The Meltdown,” ” Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs,” “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” “Bolt,” both “Rio” movies, both “Happy Feet” movies, and the first two episodes of “Kung Fu Panda” (co-wrote with Hans Zimmer) His heart-pounding action music provided the fuel for “Hancock”, “Green Zone”, “Stop Loss”, “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” and “The Italian Job”. His music also sweetened the romance of “Two Weeks Notice” and “PS: I Love You.” In 2006, his music gave power to “X-Men: The Last Stand,” tenderness to “I Am Sam,” and compelling real-time drama to “United 93.”

His infectious score for “How to Train Your Dragon” earned him his first Oscar nomination. Throughout his career, Powell has also garnered three Grammy nominations for his scores, ranging from sci-fi to family-friendly animation. Powell also lent his voice to the score for Warner Bros.’ “Pan”, “Ferdinand” (directed by Carlos Saldanha), “How to Train Your Dragon 2” and “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Powell scored “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” directed by Ron Howard and the family adventure feature “The Call of the Wild.”

Besides his many film scores of all genres, John Powell also wrote concert works for choir and orchestra. A selection of these were released with the album “Hubris: Choral Works by John Powell”, including his deeply moving oratorio, “A Prussian Requiem”.

ABOUT RANDALL POSTER (Music supervisor) is one of the most highly regarded music supervisors working in film and television. Poster is thrilled with the work he and Olivia Wilde did on “Don’t Worry Darling,” creating a vibrant and unique musical element for the vibrant and unique film. Poster and Wilde met while filming HBO’s “Vinyl” series and share a love of music.

Poster continues to work with many of the world’s leading filmmakers, including Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese, Richard Linklater, Todd Phillips, Todd Haynes and Sam Mendes. His work constantly moves through pop culture defining projects, from “Zoolander” to “Tiger King”, from “School of Rock” to “The Queen’s Gambit”, from “The Grand Budapest Hotel” to “Kids”.

Poster is a two-time Grammy Award winner.

In 2020, Poster produced the acclaimed film “The Devil All the Time”, directed by Antonio Campos and starring Tom Holland, Riley Keough, Robert Pattinson, Jason Clarke and Haley Bennett.

Poster is currently working on new films from Anderson, Scorsese, Linklater and Sofia Coppola.

ABOUT WATER TOWER MUSIC

WaterTower Music, the WarnerMedia companies’ in-house label, releases recorded music as rich and diverse as the companies themselves. Since 2001, it has been the soundtrack to many of the world’s most iconic movies, TV shows and games.

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