Takayuki Hattori

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Takayuki Hattori
Takayuki Hattori
Born November 11, 1965
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Composer
First work Hero Interview (1994)
Notable work Godzilla 2000: Millennium (1999)
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18 years after Godzilla 2000, I am glad to be back in the world of the new Godzilla which was opened by Shin Godzilla. This is the first animated film in the history of Godzilla, and I am excited to be able to take on the challenge while at the same time I feel it is a very big mission. I think this will be a Godzilla movie that you can’t possibly imagine. I expressed in music my own feelings about the characters and the overwhelming presence of Godzilla created by the two directors, Mr. Shizuno and Mr. Seshita.
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— Takayuki Hattori on working on the GODZILLA anime trilogy

Takayuki Hattori (服部隆之,   Hattori Takayuki) is a Japanese film, television, video game, and non-soundtrack music composer, arranger, and conductor. Hattori has composed the scores for five Godzilla films, spanning three distinct "eras" in the series.

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