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Il existe deux albums commercialisés, dont celui de la bande originale intitulé Kick-Ass: Music from the Motion Picture est également sorti avec les chansons du film, dont celles de The Prodigy: Stand Up début et fin du film et Omen scène du combat de rue filmé.
Liam Howlett , compositeur et clavier du groupe, a également composé Stabbing-Morphine pour le film, dont un extrait ressemble significativement à quelques secondes de Omen.
L'arrivée dans l'immeuble du gang est illustrée par une composition de John Murphy pour le film 28 jours plus tard. De même, la scène durant laquelle Hit-Girl vient à la rescousse de Big Daddy et Kick-Ass est accompagnée d'une réorchestration de la musique de la scène de la mort de Kaneda dans Sunshine , toujours composée par Murphy. Ce morceau est diffusé en deuxième partie du générique [ 8 ]. La musique du générique de fin Make me wanna die est une chanson du groupe The Pretty Reckless dont la chanteuse, et actrice, Taylor Momsen est notamment connue pour son rôle de Jenny Humphrey dans la série Gossip Girl.
Lorsque Hit Girl pénètre dans l'immeuble de d'Amico, la musique jouée est celle de Et pour quelques dollars de plus de Sergio Leone , composée par Ennio Morricone. Cela a valu à Kick-Ass une restriction d'âge classé R aux États-Unis qui aurait interdit à Chloë Moretz — l'actrice jouant Hit-Girl — de le voir si elle ne jouait pas dedans [ 11 ].
Kick-Ass 2 est sorti en Matthew Vaughn n'est que producteur, c'est Jeff Wadlow qui le réalise. Après la sortie du comic book Kick-Ass 3 , l'auteur Mark Millar évoque la possibilité d'un troisième film, même si les résultats de Kick-Ass 2 au box-office ont été très décevants [ 12 ].
Plus tard, c'est au tour de Matthew Vaughn de confirmer la sortie d'un Kick-Ass 3 mais également un prequel sur les origines de Hit Girl et Big Daddy [ 13 ].
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Kick-Ass. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. Votre aide est la bienvenue! Music from the Motion Picture. N o Titre Compositeur Durée 1. Stand Up The Prodigy 3: Forcefield Marius De Vries 1: Watching Henry Jackman 1: Man in the Mirror Henry Jackman 1: Time to Engage Henry Jackman 0: I'm Kick-Ass Henry Jackman 1: Walk to Rasul's Danny Elfman 0: Marius De Vries, Ilan Eshkeri 2: Ce soufflé au thon est une valeur sure!
C'est la recette de notre grand mère. Voici enfin, grâce au Cook Processor, la crème anglaise facile et inratable! Un monde de desserts faciles s'ouvre dont toutes les glaces à base de crème anglaise! Voici un petit récapitulatif de conseils pratiques pour réussir son barbecue au jardin: Le BBQ doit être bien stable. The film was remastered in 4K and re-released in theatres on September 1, for its 40th anniversary. In the Sonoran Desert , French scientist Claude Lacombe and his American interpreter, cartographer David Laughlin, along with other government scientific researchers, discover Flight 19 , a squadron of Grumman TBM Avengers that went missing more than 30 years earlier.
The planes are intact and operational, but there is no sign of the pilots. An old man who witnessed the event claimed "the sun came out at night, and sang to him. In Muncie, Indiana , 3-year-old Barry Guiler is awakened in the night when his toys start operating on their own. Fascinated, he gets out of bed and discovers something or someone off-screen in the kitchen. He runs outside, forcing his mother, Jillian, to chase after him.
Investigating one of a series of large-scale power outages, Indiana electrical lineman Roy Neary experiences a close encounter with a UFO, when it flies over his truck and lightly burns the side of his face with its bright lights. The UFO, joining a group of three other UFOs, is pursued by Neary and three police cars, but the spacecraft fly off into the night sky. Roy becomes fascinated by UFOs, much to the dismay of his wife, Ronnie.
He also becomes increasingly obsessed with subliminal, mental images of a mountain-like shape and begins to make models of it. Jillian also becomes obsessed with sketching a unique-looking mountain.
Soon after, she is terrorized in her home by a UFO which descends from the clouds. The presence of the UFO energy field makes every appliance in Jillian's house malfunction and Barry is abducted by unseen beings. Lacombe and Laughlin—along with a group of United Nations experts—continue to investigate increasing UFO activity and strange, related occurrences. Scientists broadcast the phrase to outer space, but are mystified by the response: Lacombe and the U. The United States Army evacuates the area, planting false reports in the media that a train wreck has spilled a toxic nerve gas, all the while preparing a secret landing zone for the UFOs and their occupants.
Meanwhile, Roy's increasingly erratic behavior causes Ronnie to become upset and leave him, taking their three children with her. When a despairing Roy inadvertently sees a television news program about the train wreck near Devils Tower, he realizes the mental image of a mountain plaguing him is real. Jillian sees the same broadcast, and she and Roy, as well as others with similar visions and experiences, travel to the site in spite of the public warnings about nerve gas.
While most of the civilians who are drawn to the site are apprehended by the Army, Roy and Jillian persist and make it to the site just as dozens of UFOs appear in the night sky. The government specialists at the site begin to communicate with the UFOs by use of light and sound on a large electrical billboard controlled by a multiple-manual synthesizer. Following this, an enormous mother ship lands at the site, releasing animals and over a dozen long-missing adults and children, all from different past eras.
Among these returned abductees include the missing pilots from Flight 19 and sailors from the Cotopaxi , all of whom have strangely not aged since their abductions. Barry is also returned and reunited with a relieved Jillian. The government officials decide to include Roy in a group of people whom they have selected to be potential visitors to the mothership, and hastily prepare him. As the aliens finally emerge from the mothership, they select Roy to join them on their travels.
As Roy enters the mothership, one of the aliens pauses for a few moments with the humans. Lacombe uses Curwen hand signs that correspond to the five-note alien tonal phrase. The alien replies with the same gestures, smiles, and returns to its ship, which ascends into space, as Barry bids Roy goodbye. UFO researcher and astrophysicist J.
Allen Hynek , noted for developing the "Close Encounter" classification system, makes a cameo appearance in the closing scene. Musician Jerry Garcia makes an appearance in the crowd scene. Future Alien franchise regular Lance Henriksen plays the bit part of Robert, an assistant to Lacombe. Filming took place in mid, a few months before the release of Rocky , so Carl Weathers the future Apollo Creed was still unknown when he played a bit part as a military policeman in this film.
The film's origins can be traced to director Steven Spielberg 's youth, when he and his father watched a meteor shower in New Jersey. Many scenes from Firelight would be incorporated in Close Encounters on a shot-for-shot basis.
He first considered doing a documentary or a low-budget feature film about people who believed in UFOs. Katz remembered "It had flying saucers from outer space landing on Robertson Boulevard [in West Hollywood, California ].
I go, 'Steve, that's the worst idea I ever heard. However, Spielberg started work on Jaws in , pushing Watch the Skies back. With the financial and critical success of Jaws , Spielberg earned a vast amount of creative control from Columbia, including the right to make the film any way he wanted. It was a terribly guilt-ridden story not about UFOs at all.
He goes to the government, threatening to blow the lid off to the public. Instead, he and the government spend 15 years trying to make contact. I wanted to have Mr. David Giler performed a rewrite; Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins ,  friends of Spielberg, suggested the plot device of a kidnapped child. Spielberg then began to write the script. In the end, Spielberg was given solo writing credit. Hynek felt "even though the film is fiction, it's based for the most part on the known facts of the UFO mystery, and it certainly catches the flavor of the phenomenon.
Spielberg was under enormous pressure to make another blockbuster after Jaws , but he decided to make a UFO movie. He put his career on the line. Early in pre-production, Spielberg hired the film title designer Dan Perri to design a logotype for Close Encounters.
Perri, who had previously worked on The Exorcist and Taxi Driver , produced a logotype in Handel Gothic typeface, with only a script to work from. Spielberg was delighted with the result, and applied the logo to all production stationery and crew shirts. Unusually in filmmaking, Spielberg carried enough influence to maintain creative control over the film's entire branding, and asked Perri to design the advertising campaign and title sequence for Close Encounters based on his logo.
Principal photography began on May 16, , though an Associated Press report in August had suggested filming would start in late