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The wait is over! David Buckley’s exquisite score for The Forbidden Kingdom is coming to amazon! This latest news comes straight from Buckley himself:

The Forbidden Kingdom Album will be released close to the July 11 UK release of the film. This will be a digital release, but there is a deal with Amazon that will provide a physical CD (although I do not have all the details on this yet).

Read the whole email from Buckley’s mailing list, along with a tracklisting, under the cut…

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For those of you who, like us, couldn’t get enough of the cast of characters from The Forbidden Kingdom, good news could be on the horizon!

Sequel talk and a soundtrack review under the cut…
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Only 12 days to go until two kung fu masters and superstars meet together on screen for the first time! Jackie Chan, returning to form as the Drunken Immortal – a play on his great breakout film The Drunken Master – and Jet Li, the zen wushu master, playing the coiled Silent Monk and living his dream to play Sun Wukong, the Monkey King!

As the April 18 release gets closer, news is starting to hit the nets every day, so here’s our first news round-up with a new John Fusco interview, soundtrack info, and official site news! Start reading after the cut!

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UK-based composer David Buckley is interviewed by Tracksounds about his work scoring The Forbidden Kingdom. Along with the interview, the site also debuted three tracks from the 94 minutes of music Buckley composed for the film!

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Read what he had to say about finding the right blend of eastern and western sounds to create the music for The Forbidden Kingdom below the cut!

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