Michael GiacchinoMichael Giacchino ( ; born October 10, 1967) is an American composer of music for film, television, and video games. He has received many awards, including an Oscar for his work on ''Up'' (2009), an Emmy for his work on ''Lost'' (2004), and three Grammys for his work on ''Ratatouille'' (2007) and ''Up (2009)''. Beginning in 2018, he ventured into directing as well, and as a director is best known for Marvel Studios' ''Werewolf by Night''.
Giacchino is known for his collaborations with directors J. J. Abrams, Brad Bird, Matt Reeves, Pete Docter, Colin Trevorrow, Jon Watts, Drew Goddard, The Wachowskis, Taika Waititi, and Thomas Bezucha. Giacchino's film scores include several films from the ''Mission: Impossible''; ''Jurassic World'', Marvel Cinematic Universe, ''Star Trek'' reboot series, eight Pixar Animation Studios films, ''Rogue One'', ''The Batman''; and several other films. Giacchino also composed the score for the video game series ''Medal of Honor'' and ''Call of Duty'' and the television series ''Alias'', ''Lost'', and ''Fringe''.
He is also known for composing the 2016 Marvel Studios fanfare, the ''Marvel Studios Special Presentations'' fanfare, and the 2011 Paramount Pictures fanfare for the studio's 100th anniversary, which has been carried onto logos for Paramount Players, Paramount Animation logos, Paramount Television Studios, and Paramount Network Original Productions. Provided by Wikipedia
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