I figured it was only a matter of time before Paramount gave in. Scott's airtight horticultural recording clause got him canned from Iron Man 3 after Feige dropped by for the recording session and learned that Scott's modest garden only allowed for a "Gentleman's Quartet" of five musicians, so I for one am glad that Hollywood has finally welcomed him back. Maybe this is another turning point for the artform, similar to John Williams' Star Wars score turning back the clocks and reminding audiences of the worth of orchestral film music.
This is a campaign that has been gathering moss for some time now. It seemed only a matter of time before John Scott bagged himself a big Hollywood A-list blockbuster. People think FSM has no say on the world film music stage, but just ask Brett Ratner (and now Tom Cruise) how important WE REALLY ARE in the grand scheme of things.