Picking Up the Spare: Detroit, Atomic Blonde


  • I don’t necessarily agree with Seth Abrmovitch at THR in his assessment that the movie’s marketing played like a horror film. Tense, sure, but I think equating this to a horror campaign says more about the lack of mature-audience dramas than anything else.
  • Finding songs for the movie’s soundtrack proved quite the challenge, it seems, as producers and others researched music that would fit but wasn’t already overplayed.

Atomic Blonde

  • Also on the soundtrack front, seems assembling an album for this movie was action-packed as they sought songs that would fit the time and mood but also work within the budget for licensing.

Author: Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist with over 15 years of experience in online strategy and content marketing. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.

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