The Hollywood Reporter has reported that the AFM (American Federation Of Musicians) has launched a lawsuit against Paramount, Warner Bros, and MGM for violating an agreement that stated films produced in North America will have their scores also recorded there.
The lawsuit, which you can read here, specifically brings up the scores for Interstellar, Carrie, Robocop, and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. They claim that the movies were produced domestically but the scores were recorded internationally.
The website explains:
The lawsuit seeks damages for losses suffered by AFM members and an order that the defendants make appropriate contributions to health benefit funds. AFM is represented by attorneys at Bredhoff & Kaiser as well as Levy, Ford & Wallach.