February 11, 2009 14:16

Radiohead's Thom Yorke for 'Terminator: Salvation' soundtrack?

Director 'McG' says Yorke might contribute

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Radiohead's Thom Yorke may contribute to the soundtrack to the forthcoming film 'Terminator: Salvation', according to the movie's director.

Speaking at the New York Comic-Con, which ran from February 6-8, director Joseph 'McG' McGinty Nichol said that Yorke may contribute a "couple" of songs to the soundtrack, reports Moviesblog.mtv.com.

"We talked about [composer] Gustavo [Santaolalla] getting with Thom Yorke from Radiohead, which I thought would be a very interesting combination," he said.

He added that although since the discussion composer Danny Elfman had been signed up to compose the film score, "they [Yorke and Santaolalla] still may do a couple of sounds for the movie".

The film has already achieved a level of notoriety thanks to a rant on set by actor Christian Bale, which been recorded and subsequently remixed into a song.

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