Los Angeles, CA (November 9, 2012)-Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, the animated film adaptation of the videogame series, will feature an original musical score by Joshua R. Mosley and David Kates, composers in cross-media entertainment.
Lead composer Joshua R. Mosley previously scored music for Mattel’s Max Steel vs. The Toxic Legion animated film and Twisted Pixel’s Splosion Man/Ms. Splosion Man video games. Mosley has been honored with seven Telly Awards, an Aurora Award and Apex Award.
Fellow composer David Kates is best known for scoring BioWare’s epic sci-fi games Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2, which received Best Original Music Awards from IGN, GameSpot, GameSpy as well as British Academy of Film and Television Arts and Spike TV Video Game Award nominations for Best Original Score. Mosley and Kates have created an orchestral score featuring ’80s electronic sci-fi elements to immerse fans in the Mass Effect universe.
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, the prequel to Mass Effect 3, follows the early career of Alliance Marine James Vega, as he leads an elite Special Forces squad into battle against mysterious aliens known as The Collectors. Freddie Prinze Jr. reprises his role from the games as James Vega for the film, directed by Atsushi Takeuchi.
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost