Danny Elfman Set to Compose the Score of ‘Justice League’
The Justice League has a new sound.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Danny Elfman, better known for his work in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Batman, Batman Returns, Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2, is going to compose the score for Justice League.
This news comes at the same time reshoots for Justice League began in Bedfordshire, London, with Joss Whedon standing in for Zack Snyder. Whedon is in charge of the post-production of the film, following Snyder’s departure last month.
Before his exit, Snyder had been working with Antonius Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL, on the score of the movie. Holkenborg, the man who scored Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, is now moving to score the new Tomb Raider film.
It’s not the first time Elfman joins late to the party. Back in 2015, he was hired to help with the score of Avengers: Age of Ultron, also with Whedon. He added some things to the music written by Tyler Bates.
What do you think about this news? Do you think Elfman’s sound will mix well with what Junkie XL has already written for Justice League?
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Justice League will come to theatres November 17.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter