The Morning Watch: Hans Zimmer Career Retrospective, Melissa McCarthy Takes A Lie Detector Test & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, Hans Zimmer takes us on a retrospective of his illustrious career as a composer of film scores. Plus, Melissa McCarthy takes a lie detector test leading up to the release of Life of the Party, and find out how the cast and crew of Saturday Night Live created their topical and timely A Quiet Place spoof from last weekend.

Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer sat down with Vanity Fair to look back at his esteemed career in motion picture soundtracks. Zimmer looks all the way back to Rain Man and up to his more recent work on Interstellar and Blue Planet II. It's a fascinating profile of the composer's work in music for media.

Melissa McCarthy sat down to take a lie detector test with Vanity Fair where they ask her a variety of questions. Who's the funniest person she's ever met? Is political correctness killing comedy? Does she believe in the Illuminati? Has she ever taken a Buzzfeed quiz? Find out the answers to all those questions and more.

Finally, see all the work that went into creating the recent Saturday Night Live sketch "A Kanye Place," which was a parody of A Quiet Place centered around reacting to the insane tweets of Kanye West. It provides some fascinating insight into how a pre-recorded sketch like this is created quickly and on a budget.