Salt Lake City, UT (March 23, 2006)–Music library service Non-Stop Music has added two more hits to its 2006 list of international movie trailers. Forty of the 50 highest grossing movies of 2005 had their trailers scored by Non-Stop Music.
The Warner Bros-distributed and Wachowski Brothers-produced British political sci-fi movie, V for Vendetta, which was top of the U.S. box office on its opening weekend, chose cue “Busy Signal” from NonStop Attitude 002 for its international trailer. Opening that same weekend, teen movie She’s the Man, starring Amanda Byrnes, released by DreamWorks and Paramount, used “Soaring” from Non-Stop Producer Series Romantic Comedy.
With a 2006 list that includes Nanny McPhee, Aquamarine and Doogal, plus the upcoming Ice Age II, Non-Stop Music’s success in Hollywood is largely due to the huge range of original music written, arranged and recorded at the company’s state of the art sound stage, LA East. The studio is based at Non-Stop Music’s HQ in Salt Lake City, where a wealth of professional writers and musicians work around the clock to provide some of the most invigorating themes out there.
Non-Stop Music recently launched its internet-based search engine, CUEgle, which allows searches of Non-Stop’s 35,000 (and counting) cues and themes via the use of keywords.