Rerecording Mixer Paul Massey on Why Working on ‘No Time to Die’ Was the Ultimate Honor (The Hollywood Reporter)

Carolyn Giardina

March 18, 2022

"The king franchise for anyone living in England has got to be Bond," says the Cinema Audio Society career achievement award honoree about the film, for which he earned his 10th Academy Award nomination.

In 2019, rerecording mixer Paul Massey received a warm hug from Queen’s Brian May, who was sitting on the aisle at the Dolby Theatre as Massey approached the stage to accept an Oscar for his meticulous work on Bohemian Rhapsody.

From working with members of the iconic band Queen, to longtime collaborations with Ridley Scott and James Mangold and his early career mixing albums and live shows for 1970s-era bands such as Yes and Supertramp, Massey was a clear choice for the Cinema Audio Society career achievement award, the group’s highest honor, which will be presented March 19 during the 58th Cinema Audio Society Awards.