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|The Woman in Black Original Motion Picture Soundtrack|
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|Label||Silva Screen Records|
|Marco Beltrami film soundtrack chronology|
The soundtrack for the film was composed by American film composer Marco Beltrami. It received positive reviews and was released as a soundtrack album on 12 March 2012 by Silva Screen Records.
All music is composed by Marco Beltrami.
|1.||Tea for Three Plus One||1:40|
|2.||The Woman in Black||1:56|
|3.||Crossing the Causeway||2:24|
|4.||Bills Past Due||1:22|
|5.||Voices in the Mist||2:00|
|9.||The Attic Room||1:56|
|10.||The Door Opens||1:46|
|12.||You Could Have Saved Him||2:58|
|14.||In the Graveyard||2:56|
|15.||Elisabeth s Vision||3:40|
|16.||Into the Fire||3:57|
|17.||Jennet s Letters||2:12|
|18.||Race to the Marsh||2:11|
|19.||Rising From the Mud||3:13|
|20.||Summoning the Woman in Black||4:27|
|22.||Arthur s Theme||2:46|
Release and reception
The Woman in Black was met with generally positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a rating of 66%, based on 195 reviews, with an average rating of 6.10/10. The site s critical consensus states, Traditional to a fault, The Woman in Black forwent gore for chills—although it may not provide enough of them for viewers attuned to modern, high-stakes horror. On Metacritic the film has a score of 62 out of 100, based on 40 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews .
During opening weekend, The Woman in Black earned $20 million, the biggest US opening for a Hammer film in all of Hammer history, putting it at second place in the box office, behind Chronicle, which earned about $1 million more. This is significantly more than the $11–$16.5 million industry analysts predicted it would bring in. By June 2012, The Woman in Black had made $127.7 million worldwide. The film also became the highest-grossing British horror film in 20 years.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on 18 June 2012 in the United Kingdom, and was released in the United States on 22 May 2012.
In April 2012, Hammer Films announced that there would be a sequel to The Woman in Black, which is titled The Woman in Black: Angel of Death. The official plot synopsis is: During World War II, the London bombings force schoolteachers Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox) and Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) to evacuate a group of children to Crythin Gifford. When the refugees take shelter at Eel Marsh House, Eve soon comes to realise that they are not alone. The longer they remain there, the more the house s evil spirit threatens the children. With the help of a pilot (Jeremy Irvine), Eve tries to protect the children and uncover the truth of the Woman in Black.
The original novel s author Susan Hill helped with the story, with the screenplay written by Jon Croker. In October 2012, Tom Harper was announced as the film s director. In April 2013, it was announced that Jeremy Irvine will play the lead role with rumors of Daniel Radcliffe briefly reprising his role from the first film, however Radcliffe ultimately did not appear in the sequel. It later was announced that Phoebe Fox and Helen McCrory had been cast in the film as well. The film began the shooting process in early 2014.
The film was released on 2 January 2015 to moderate box office returns but a generally negative critical response.
Awards, 5 wins & 14 nominations
Susan Hill, Jane Goldman
Daniel Radcliffe, Janet McTeer, Ciarán Hinds
Tobin Armbrust, Vic David, Neil Dunn, Guy East, Wolfgang Hammer, Ben Holden, Jonathan Hood, Richard Jackson, Roy Lee, Xavier Marchand, Simon Oakes, Brian Oliver, Paul Ritchie, Marc Schipper, Nigel Sinclair, Todd Thompson, Tyler Thompson, Sean Wheelan
Paul Ghirardani, Kate Grimble
Alexandra Brock, Robbie Drake, Sidony Etherton, Renata Gilbert, Paul Hyett, Nicola Matthews, Jeremy Woodhead, Stuart Conran, Florence May Carter, Alex Rouse, Paula Seabright
Jeanette Haley, Lottie Mason, Fiona Morham, Jennifer Wynne
Eric Berkal, Tom Browne, Dominic Fysh, Emma Stokes
Mark Adams, Huw Arthur, Rachel Atherton, Ian Bee, Paul Beeson, Paul Bowring, Leigh Chesters, Nicholas Clayton, Nigel Crafts, John Davies, Quentin Davies, C.J. Dempsey, Simon Duric, Nicholas Eiloart, James Enright, James Fennessy, Kevin Fowler, John Fox, Stella Fox, Jack Garwood, Jo Hawthorne, Ben Johnson, Alan Jones, Mark Keene, Nigel Kirk, Tim Lanning, Peter Lee, Alex MacDonald, Danny Montague, Daniel Nussbaumer, Andrew Palmer, Alan Payne, David Pearce, Geraint Powell, Simon Robilliard, Mark Sasahara, Tamsin Scott, Mary Pat Sheahan, Christian Short, Jessica Sinclair, Geoff Stainthorp, Kate Stainthorp, Amanda Waddington, Damian Léon Watts, Alex Wells, Jamie Wilkinson, Simon Wilkinson, Carl Wilson, Tina Charad, Marialuisa Pacini, Anthony Szuch, Toby Wagner, Craig Whiteford, Ian Whiteford
Hugo Adams, Niv Adiri, Mark Appleby, Ben Barker, Sandy Buchanan, Andrew Caller, Simon Diggins, Gillian Dodders, Glenn Freemantle, Michael Gassert, Andrea King, James Kum, Gavin Marshall, Emilie O Connor, Richard Pryke, Tom Sayers, Timothy Siddall, Jack Stew, Ivor Talbot, Ian Tapp, Mike Wally Wallach, Tarn Willers, James Hyde, Erin J. Scott
Kingsley Fryer, Adam Hollow, Bob Hollow, David Woods, Elle Baird, Simon Davey, Chris Fitzgerald
Fiorenza Bagnariol, Alan Banis, Håkan Blomdahl, Shyamsundar Chandrasekaran, Urban Forsberg, Neil Harrison, Dan Helme, Marcus Hindborg, Andreas Hylander, Timothy P. Jones, Vadim Konov, Elin Kothe, Mathias Larserud, Malin Leuchovius, Linus Lindbalk, Deepa Makhija, Martin Malmqvist, Anand Ramachandran Menon, Daniel Nielsen, Timo Närhi, John Palmer, Damien Pawle, Rob Pizzey, Gordon Pratt, Alex Prihodko, Kunal Rasal, Daniel Reidler, Nirakar Sethy, Natasha Westlake, Sean Wheelan, Tim Caplan, Peter Collins, Mitch Crease, Adam Gascoyne, Kaveh Montazer, Mervyn New, Ruchira Sharma, Noga Alon Stein
Gary Arthurs, Lloyd Bass, Andy Bennett, Nellie Burroughes, Annabel Canaven, Marc Cass, Danielle da Costa, Lyndon S. Hellewell, Derek Lea, Paul Lowe, Marc Mailley, Sam Parham, Marc Mailley
Graham Baker, M Wasi Berkley, Dan Brosnan, Ramulas Burgess, Inyoung Choi, Martin Conway, Rana Darwish, Terry Eden, Martin Elvin, Francesco Ferrari, Rob Gilmour, Christopher Gough, Stacey Hancox, Guy Hazel, Peter Hodgson, Ave Hughes, Nathan Mann, Cassius McCabe, Tom McFarling, Malcolm Mclean, Sean Monesson, Gennaro Morrone, Julian Morson, Steve Murphy, Alfonso Pollard, Clive Prior, Núria Pérez, Kat Spencer, Pat Sweeney, Chris Tann, Lyle Vincent, Michael Wacker, Nick Wall, Billy Webster, Danny Webster, Frankie Webster, Paul Wilcox, Terry Williams, Charlie Wyldeck-Flowers, Dave Armstrong, Jeremy Braben, Luke Cairns, Darren Flindall, Ian Franklin, David Holliday, Alex Howe, Julian Morson, Brett Parnham, Gary Parnham, James Perry, Felix Pickles, Maiya Rose, Basil Smith, Alan Stewart, Alex Teale, Robert Walisko
Carolyn McLeod, Abigail Barbier
Yandra Howard, Emma Hutton, Nikia Nelson, Holly Smart, Allison Wyldeck
Rob Doolittle, Rob Farris, Marie Fernandes, Cheryl Goodbody, John Gray, Emily Greenwood, Tamsin Jeffrey, Katie Looney, Patrick Malone, Alexandra Montgomery, Clive Noakes, Erline O Donovan-Clarke, Alex Parrett, Jamie Payne, Rob Pizzey, Rose-Ellen Saunders, Aurora Shannon, Lance Spindler, Justin Tillett, Laurent Treherne, Natasha Westlake, Jon Ellis, Pranav Mistry
Dan Connolly, Kevin Jenkins, Chris Moore, Catherine Seymour, Vinnie Jassal, David Seaton
John Kurlander, Tyson Lozensky, Brandon Roberts, Buck Sanders, Marcus Trumpp, John Warhurst, Tony Lewis, Jordan Seigel, Joel Sill
Danny Brown, Alex Conway, Mark Dilliway, Michael Geary, Peter Harvey, David Lewis, Pete McQueen, Peter Soteriou, Mark Cutler
Jamie Atkins, Giles Barron, Daniel Budd, Mary Carol Bulger, Neil Calder, Gabby Canton, Robert Carling, Kate Caton, Annie Clapton, Chris Clarke, Joel Clarke, Rosie Coker, John Constable, Alison Cornwell, Christopher Cox, Tom Cox, Jon Croker, Matt Curtis, Joshua De Lisser, Cynthia De Souza, Nazmeen Dhansey, John Doherty, Timothy Edwin, Will Evans, Elizabeth Every, Lennon Ficalora, Lee Francis, Christopher Free, Holly Gardner, Sasha Gibson, Paul Glennan, Harry Greaves, Sara Hall, Wayne Han, Clare Hardwick, Julie Harris, Brenda Herrera, Ruth Hodgson, Vince Holden, Takina Holloman, Matt Infante, Aliza James, Tim Johnson, Jeni Jones, Saher Kahn, Sheerin Khosrowshahi-Miandoab, David King-Taylor, Jason Brett Klein, Clyde Lane, Victor Loewy, Noel Lohr, Jillian Longnecker, Rebecca Lundgren, Emily MacKintosh, Spyro Markesinis, Andy Mayson, Marc McGowan, John Miles, Sam Morris, Hamish Moseley, Gerard Naprous, Ryan Newberry, Owen Oliver, Cora Palfrey, Peter Parker, Terry Paskins, Daniel Campos Pavoncelli, Malcolm Pearce, Nick Pearson, Becky Phillips, Mike Pike, Pita Rawamila, Jamie Schwartz, Patricia Scott, Tanya Seghatchian, Barry Smith, Kate Stephenson, Adele Steward, Alice Syed, Jason Tamasco, Edward Taroghion, Julie Tottman, Derek Townshend, Charlotte Turnbull, Joe Utichi, Robert Walak, Sam Weeden, Natascha Wharton, Charlotte Wilde, Maria Zubiuk, Thom Berryman, Ian Evans, Elton Farla, Mátyás Haraszti, Ian Fingers Lisi, Finlay Wright-Stephens
Claire Comiskey, Lucy Fawcett, Jason L. Koerner, Sue Latimer, Hannah Layton, James Selman, Michael Start
Drama, Fantasy, Horror
CBS Films, Cross Creek Pictures, Hammer Films
UK, Canada, USA, Sweden
The Woman in Black is a 2012 horror film directed by James Watkins and written by Jane Goldman. It is the second adaptation of Susan Hill s 1983 novel of the same name, which was previously filmed in 1989. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer, Sophie Stuckey, and Liz White. The plot, set in early 20th-century England, follows a young recently widowed lawyer who travels to a remote village where he discovers that the vengeful ghost of a scorned woman is terrorising the locals.
The film was produced by Hammer Film Productions, Alliance Films, Cross Creek Pictures and the UK Film Council. A film adaptation of Hill s novel was announced in 2009, with Goldman and Watkins attached to the project. During July 2010, Radcliffe was cast in the lead role of Arthur Kipps. The film was meant to be shot in 3D before those plans were scrapped. Principal photography took place from September to December 2010 across England. Post-production lasted until June 2011. It attracted controversy after receiving a 12A certificate from the British Board of Film Classification, despite several cuts being made.
The Woman in Black premiered at the Royal Festival Hall in London before being theatrically released in North America on 3 February 2012 by CBS Films and Alliance Films and in the United Kingdom on 10 February 2012 by Momentum Pictures. The film received generally positive reviews with critics praising Radcliffe s performance, cinematography, direction, atmosphere and homages to Hammer s gothic horror films, calling it a solid ghost story . It was also commercially successful, grossing $130 million worldwide.
A sequel, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, was released on 2 January 2015, without the involvement of Radcliffe, Watkins or Goldman.
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