JUSTICE LEAGUE To Bring Batman And Danny Elfman Back Together Again

For real.

We all know that, for very sad reasons, Zack Snyder has stepped away from Justice League with Joss Whedon stepping in to take care of reshoots and post-production. With that monumental change comes other changes as well.

According to The Hollywood Reporter veteran score composer Danny Elfman has been brought on to compose the music for Justice League. Snyder had been working with Batman V Superman and Fury Road composer Antonius Holkenborg on the film, but now he’s going to step aside to work on Tomb Raider.

This is a big deal, if only because Elfman composed the highly iconic score for Tim Burton’s Batman movies. On the other hand, he was a late addition to Age of Ultron, and I can’t remember that score at all.

I imagine the end result will be a mixture of Holkenborg and Elfman’s work. After all, at this point everyone’s going to be pretty pissed off if they don’t hear the awesome Wonder Woman theme at least once.

With all this, my main takeaway is that I cannot believe this movie is coming out as early as November now. That’s crazy.

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