Barbie in Princess Power, a new animated film featuring music by Jim, releases on March 3rd. In the film, Kara (after being kissed by a magical butterfly) soon discovers she has amazing super powers allowing her to transform into Super Sparkle, her secret, crime-fighting alter ego who flies around the kingdom ready to save the day – but it’s not long before …
On February 16, the television film Splitting Adam will air on Nickelodeon. Adam Baker is the busiest 15-year-old you’ll ever meet: between juggling multiple jobs, dealing with his nemesis Vance, babysitting his sister, and helping his uncle perfect his magic act, he has little time for flirting with his dream girl, Lori. But when his uncle’s mysterious new “tanning bed” turns out to …
The soundtrack for the new animated film Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return is now available! The film features a song written by Jim, sung by Martin Short.
Jim’s latest feature, 10 Cent Pistol, will premiere on Friday April 25, 2014 at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Directed by Michael C. Martin, the film stars Jena Malone, JT Alexander, Damon Alexander and Joe Mantegna. Tickets are available here!
Jim’s latest project is the original television movie, Jinxed which will be airing on November 29th, on Nickelodoen. Check local listings for showtimes!
Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return featuring songs by Jim, now has distribution and a 2014 release!
Jim just finished scoring his next film, Carmel, starring Lauren Bacall, Hayden Panettiere, Alfred Molina, and Josh Hutcherson. He will be attending the premiere at the Mann’s Chinese Theatre March 10.
Obsessed opened at the top of the box office last night, surpassing expectations and putting the film on track to be one of the biggest debuts for a Fatal Attraction-type film or erotic thriller!
Jim signs on to score Obsessed for Screen Gems starring Beyonce, Ali Larter, and Idris Elba. Watch for this in theaters February 27, 2009!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning was the top-selling DVD for the week ending August 31. The straight-to-video Disney film held off some stiff competition from the theatrical comedy What Happens in Vegas and the four-disc set of Heroes: Season 2, which finished in second and third on the sales charts, respectively.