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Justice League SDCC Trailer Music Artist Also Scored Thor: Ragnarok, Details

Justice League SDCC Trailer Music Artist Also Scored Thor: Ragnarok, Details

The 4 minute long Justice League trailer from San Diego Comic-Con received a lot of appreciation from fans as well as the masses. The breathtaking background score composed for the trailer especially stood out for its similarities to Han Zimmer’s Man of Steel soundtrack.

The earlier Justice League trailer used a new version of “Come Together” by musician Gary Clark Jr. and composer Junkie XL. Later on, Tom Holkenborg was replaced with Danny Elfman as the new composer for Justice League. However, it looks like Elfman never got to work on the new 4-minute trailer.

It has come to light that Warner Bros. hand over the work to ‘Hi-Finesse Music And Sound’, a company which makes music and sound for movie trailers. Pursue News found the scoop thanks to Anton Volkov. Later after we did a little digging, we can confirm that it is in fact true.

A composer named Joe Bauer scored the Justice League trailer from 1:00 minute of its run time till the end. Readers can also check out Hi-Finesse’s Facebook post on the release of the 4-minute long promo video.

Surprisingly, Justice League wasn’t the only SDCC trailer scored by Hi-Finesse. We found out that the company’s Joe Bauer also scored Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok trailer from 0:55 to the end.

According to Hi-Finesse’s official website, the company has also produced music for other movie trailers such as Wonder Woman, Logan, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Black Panther and much more.

Many fans are keen on knowing if the track from the 4 minute Justice League trailer would get a separate release. Pursue News will attempt to contact Hi-Finesse and update its readers if we learn more.

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