Here's the intro from the original article:
"You'd think after all his accomplishments Hans Zimmer would want to take it easy. You'd be wrong. In the last year alone he's composed the music for six features: the low-budget Mexican production "Casi divas," Warner Bros.' summer blockbuster "The Dark Knight" (with James Newton Howard), the animated hits "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" for DreamWorks/Paramount, 2929 Prods.' "The Burning Plain," and, last but not least, Ron Howard's ambitious holiday release "Frost/Nixon" for Universal. Despite all this, the composer took the time to sit down with The Hollywood Reporter's Kevin Cassidy for a typically wide-ranging discussion of his life and work."
Click HERE to read the whole interview and also click HERE to read about the tour in Zimmer's Remote Control Studios in CA, USA (3 parts).