Oscar-winning composer Ludwig Göransson is rumored to be composing the soundtrack for The Book Of Boba Fett
Ludwig Göransson looks set to make a sensational return to the galaxy far, far away with The Book Of Boba Fett. According to Film Music Reporter, the Oscar-winning composer has signed on the dotted line to produce a score for the hotly-anticipated series which is being helmed by Robert Rodriguez, Jon Favreau, and Dave Filoni.
Boba Fett made his sensational return in The Mandalorian‘s second season, and Göransson was on hand to compose a suitably atmospheric tribal theme that suited the character to a tee.
Ludwig Göransson is returning as composer for the upcoming Disney+ original series The Book of Boba Fett. The show stars Temuera Morrison in the title role and Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand, both of which are reprising their roles from Lucasfilm’s first Star Wars live-action series The Mandalorian. Jon Favreau, Robert Rodriguez, and Dave Filoni are executive producing the Lucasfilm production. Scoring sessions for the project have already started in recent weeks.
Sadly, there is no official word from Lucasfilm in the article. But if their sources are correct (and they usually are) then this is a solid home run for Lucasfilm. Göransson has delivered a contemporary sound to the galaxy far, far away, albeit with a traditional vibe. And the thought of him bringing his talents to bear on Boba Fett’s solo adventures is a thrilling prospect.
This is the way…to make a Star Wars series.
The Book Of Boba Fett debuts on Disney Plus this December.
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Source: Film Music Reporter
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