Justice League continues to rock with more shakeups. According to THR, a composer change has been made. Originally, Junkie XL had been working on the film but it looks like Danny Elfman has taken over. This is officially crazy.

With this many changes, it’s hard to keep up with what’s going on. Junkie XL has stepped down to work on the Tomb Raider reboot. As we learned about a month ago, director Zack Snyder had to step down to focus on family. So Joss Whedon has stepped up to finish directing and now Danny Elfman has stepped up to work on the score. It’s unknown whether Elfman will just be adding touches or revamping the entire score. 

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He’s no stranger to coming in late to touch up the score. He worked with Whedon before on Avengers: Age of Ultron to touch the score up. And for those who need a refresher, Elfman created one of the most iconic Batman theme songs when he composed the original Batman score. So this is a little exciting for my Bat-heart. Since we don’t know how influential he’ll be on the score, I won’t get too excited. But I think we can all say that we dig this change. 

What do you think of the news? Are you excited for Danny Elfman to score? Let us know and be sure to come back to Geek Girl Authority for more DCEU news!

Erin Lynch