'Dark Knight Rises' and 'Hunger Games' earn 2013 Grammy Awards nominations
The Batman franchise film and its score composer Hans Zimmer got a nod for best score soundtrack; it shares the category with Academy Award winners and industry vets like John Williams ("The Adventures of Tintin") and Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross ("The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo").
"The Hunger Games" yielded two nods for Best Song Written For Visual Media: Arcade Fire's "Abraham's Daughter" and Taylor Swift with the Civil Wars' "Safe & Sound." Another toast of the nominations night Mumford & Sons are in the same category, for "Learn Me Right" with Birdy in animated flick "Brave."
Best Compilation noms went to a varied list, from the ensemble musical "Rock of Ages" to Bret McKenzie-penned tunes for "The Muppets" to documentary "Marley" to 2011 Oscar faves "The Descendants" and "Midnight in Paris."
Check out all the movie-oriented nominations for the 55th annual Grammy Awards below. The ceremony will take place on Feb. 10.
Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media:
Midnight In Paris
Rock Of Ages
Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media
The Adventures Of Tintin - The Secret Of The Unicorn
John Williams, composer
Ludovic Bource, composer
The Dark Knight Rises
Hans Zimmer, composer
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, composers
Howard Shore, composer
Austin Wintory, composer
Best Song Written For Visual Media
Abraham's Daughter (From The Hunger Games)
T Bone Burnett, Win Butler & Régine Chassagne, songwriters (Arcade Fire)
Learn Me Right (From Brave)
Mumford & Sons, songwriters (Birdy & Mumford & Sons)
Let Me Be Your Star (From Smash)
Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman, songwriters (Katharine McPhee & Megan Hilty)
Man Or Muppet (From The Muppets)
Bret McKenzie, songwriter (Jason Segel & Walter)
Safe & Sound (From The Hunger Games)
T Bone Burnett, Taylor Swift, John Paul White & Joy Williams, songwriters
(Taylor Swift Featuring The Civil Wars)