Justice League Composer Confirms Which Batman Theme Will Be Used
In a move that should excite old school fans of the Caped Crusader, Justice League composer Danny Elfman has confirmed that he’s bringing back the classic theme music he originally created for 1989’s Batman. Best known for his collaborations with director Tim Burton, Elfman has become a Hollywood legend in his own right during his 40+ years in the industry. Amongst a host of other honors, he won a Grammy for his work on the Burton-directed Batman, the first big-budget blockbuster of his career. The award was well earned, of course, and almost three decades later, his score is still considered by many to be the definitive theme music of the Dark Knight. (To be fair, the fact that Batman: The Animated Series borrowed heavily from it for its opening sequence certainly didn’t hurt.) Elfman originally signed on to score Justice League back in June, when he was hired to replace Junkie XL on the project in the aftermath of Joss Whedon taking over post-production directorial duties for Zack Snyder. Just how much of an influence Whedon has had over this new look DCEU film has been hotly debated, though the addition of Elfman was warmly received by most fans. Thankfully, if the composer’s latest comments are anything to go by, it
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