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MrBeast Got Hans Zimmer To Score One Of His Videos

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As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, MrBeast (Jimmy Donaldson himself) hired legendary, award-winning composer Hans Zimmer to score the music for his latest video, I Survived 50 Hours In Antartica, and the results speak for themselves.

In a statement, Zimmer himself described the unlikely collaboration with what appeared to be heartfelt enthusiasm. “When MrBeast gives you a challenge, you can bet things will get crazy… ‘Create my Antarctica video in just a few days, please, Hans?'” he quoted Donaldson, immediately replying, “Challenge accepted !”

The German composer is best known for his work on Christopher Nolan films such as Interstellar, Inception and the upcoming historical noir Oppenheimer. He has also recently written blockbusters like No Time to Die. Donaldson reportedly reached out to Zimmer at the last minute after learning they would both be in Antarctica at the same time, which is admittedly quite a coincidence. Allegedly, the dealmaking process only took four hours.

Notably, Zimmer’s participation is not credited either in the title of the video or in the video itself. The move to hire Zimmer is an example of Donaldson’s unique use of its content wealth and how the platform’s biggest players are blurring the lines between YouTube videos and traditional entertainment projects. To Donaldson, they seem to be one and the same. In his own statement, the YouTuber recalls: “The moment I heard Hans was [in Antartica] Also, I knew I had to work on it with him no matter what the cost. No one else would understand what it’s like to survive in such a crazy place!”



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