Danny Elfman’s Score WILL Be Used In The Wolfman!

A. Quinton — Jan. 21st 2010

Okay, everyone, you can relax! According to MovieScore Magazine, Universal has confirmed that they will not be using Paul Haslinger‘s music to score The Wolfman. In a twist that would be crazy for any other film but which seems to be par for the course on this one, Danny Elfman’s back in… or at least, his ideas are. Elfman is still too busy with Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland to return to his work on The Wolfman, but Cinemusic.net reports that a number of additional composers (including Conrad Pope) will be brought in to stitch together the material Elfman’s already recorded with another 25 – 30 minutes of music. Word is that test audiences didn’t like Haslinger’s score, which (given his history with Tangerine Dream and his work on the Underworld films) may have been a bit too bleepy-bloopy for such a gothic, old-world looking film.

So, uh, yeah!

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  • Ryan

    Okay. Cool.

    I probably won’t be able to tell if it’s been stitched together or not.

  • Darkhealm

    This is awesome! =DDD Victory ^^

  • Cystaldragonwolf

    Eeewwwwww, that werewulf looks yuck. Like a big dumb caveman lol. It should look more beatiful like in goldwolfs drawings (on deviantart and stuff) and shouldmn’t be ebil!

  • Cystaldragonwolf, the werewolf in The Wolfman is a monster who kills people. He doesn’t spend much time posing majestically on rocky outcroppings or brandishing trinket-adorned staffs.

  • Berserker

    Andrew, you just fell for the troll.

    I’m glad Elfman’s score will be used, but I just hope it isn’t a rehash of something that I’ve heard before (youth choir, I’m looking at you.)