True Detective: Polar Night It is currently one of the most successful series. The acclaimed production has returned to HBO with a very interesting fourth season that keeps all viewers in suspense. What his fans could not have expected is that the project was directly connected to an imminent new premiere as is Madame Web. The movie of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe hits theaters on February 14, starring Dakota Johnson.
Both productions belong to different studios and cinematographic universes. One is a cult series, especially for its first season. The other is a superhero film belonging to a franchise. That is, they have nothing to do with each other. But the coincidences of destiny have wanted to create a surprising bond that now makes them inseparable. It’s about its soundtrack.
The intro of True Detective: Polar Night In each of its episodes it is accompanied by the song Bury a friend, of Billie Eilish. The song belongs to her debut album in 2019 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. Its tone of mystery and intrigue helps to delve into the strange case that the protagonists of the series are investigating, Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarrothe agents they give life to Jodie Foster and Kali Reis.
Well, it turns out that during the entire promotion of Madame Web, Bury a friend It has also been very present. The song has been played in teasers and trailers. It is presumed, therefore, that it will also appear at some point in the film or in its credits. Like in True Detectivethe Sony Pictures team wanted to amplify the tone of mystery and uncertainty, sensations that its protagonist faces, Cassandra Webbas he discovers his powers.
The use of Bury a friend
The creator of True Detective: Polar Night, Issa Lopezexplained a few weeks ago in Business Insider the reasons that led him to choose the song Billie Eilish. “I knew that the series was going to need a powerful anthem that would impact, honestly,” he defended. An idea that is fundamental both in this project and in most television productions, where the intro is a key hook to build audience loyalty.
“When we were doing the credits, I tried several things and then I realized that the lyrics of this song seem to be written for the series. It’s crazy. Talk about a language, about burying your friend. It seemed like it was made for the series. So we tried it and it fit, it was meant to be,” he added. Lopez.