Check It Out: Danny Elfman Brought in to Score Justice League

In his first public move as Justice League Director since replacing Zack Snyder due to a family tragedy Joss Whedon has brought in the legendary Film Composer: Danny Elfman to score the film. Elfman was brought in by Whedon to replace Junkie XL who was Snyder's pick to score the film.

Find our thoughts on the new Justice League Composer after the break...

Moving from XL to Elfman is a modern to classic move that should provide the Justice League with some iconic tracks to replace the disjointed bass drops and horns of XL.  If you had to read into this move my guess is that Whedon is toning down the grandiose nature of Zack Snyder in favor of a move traditional superhero narrative.  I believe Elfman who scored the original Batman as well as other Iconic scores will provide a memorable soundtrack for the film.  Reeling this production back in may be a challenge that even Whedon may not have the heroics for, however this is a very nice start.

(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)

Let us know what you think of Elfman scoring Justice League in the comments below or tweet me @thereelbradbell


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