The 'Justice League' composer wasn't afraid to be honest in a recent interview.
Danny Elfman is no stranger to the world of composing, and is without a doubt one of the most acclaimed and recognisable composers in the entertainment industry today. Recently completing work on the DC Extended Universe's latest release, 'Justice League', his imprint is one that was strongly left, with his traditional tones taking shape and really setting the stage for the movie.
Danny Elfman worked on the music for 'Justice League'
Within the world of superheroes, Elfman has in the past gone to work on Tim Burton's 'Batman' and 'Batman Returns', so to see some of the score used in those films crop up again in specific 'Justice League' scenes really sent the fans wild. It was a move that meant those who loved the classics felt right at home within the DCEU, perhaps for the first time in a DCEU movie.
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In some new featurettes, we see how film composer Danny Elfman connected with the score for his latest film 'The End Of The Tour' starring Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel, how screenwriter Donald Margulies and director James Ponsoldt met, and even a glimpse into the deep character dialogues within the movie.
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'Big Eyes' star Krysten Ritter was among the star arrivals at the New York premiere of the Margaret Keane biopic held at the Museum of Modern Art. Keane herself was also at the event, looking rather shy as she posed meekly on the red carpet.
A musical about the life of magician Harry Houdini is being made, but not with Jackman
Hugh Jackman was in line to front the upcoming Broadway show dedicated to the life of famed magician Harry Houdini, at least that was the case until he dropped out of the project earlier this week. The Tony-winning, Oscar-nominated actor was due to top the bill for the upcoming stage musical, titled Houdini, with the actor citing a filming busy schedule as the reason behind his decision to drop out of the project.
Jackman won a Tony Award in 2004 for his role in The Boy From Oz
"I have greatly enjoyed the collaborative process on Houdini,” the actor said in a statement (via Entertainment Weekly). “Ultimately, though, I wasn’t able to commit to the time this role will require. I have tremendous respect and admiration for the creative team and I wish everyone the best. I know they’re well on their way to making something extraordinary.”
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