Benjamin Wallfisch reteams with Andy Muschietti to bring the soul of DC’s The Flash to life
Benjamin Wallfisch will compose the score for The Flash. After collaborating with Andy Muschietti on both of the successful IT movies; the composer has opted to return to the DC Universe following his success on Shazam.
Aside from Shazam, the composer has enjoyed an impressive run of triumphs with noteworthy scores for Blade Runner 2049 and The Invisible Man. But the composer’s latest offering will accompany the bloodletting and non-stop action of Mortal Kombat.
The Flash officially kicked off filming yesterday. And to mark the occasion, Andy Muschietti shared a video that unveiled the movies’ official logo. Check it out below:
In The Flash, Ezra Miller returns as the Scarlet Speedster alongside both Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck who return as their respective versions of Batman. Rounding out the cast are Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, and Ron Livingston who takes over the role of Henry Allen. And finally, Maribel Verdú joins the project as Nora Allen, Barry’s mother.
Sadly, as of press time, there is no word on whether Wallfisch will use Danny Elfman‘s iconic Batman theme. Nor whether we’ll hear Tom Holenborg’s Batman themes from either Batman v Superman, or Zack Snyder’s Justice League. But after turning in a perfectly heroic score for Shazam, we can all rest assured that his score for The Flash will be suitably epic. And that is a tantalizing prospect!
The Flash will release on November 4th, 2022.
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