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Hans Zimmer to compose 'No Time To Die', according to Variety

Updated: Jan 13, 2020

UPDATE: Confirmed by EON Productions on January 13, 2020.

Author Jon Burlingame reports in Variety that composer Hans Zimmer will be in charge of the soundtrack for NO TIME TO DIE, the upcoming James Bond film, after Dan Romer left the project due to "creative differences".

Although there wasn't an official confirmation from EON or MGM, many reports point out that the German composer has been working on the soundtrack and that Zimmer may be joined by some of his regular collaborators like Benjamin Wallfisch or Lorne Balfe, who scored the 2018 thriller MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT.

This will be the first time in the Bond series that a composer is replaced in post-production, not counting that in GOLDENEYE orchestrator John Altman was hired to compose a symphonic version of the "James Bond Theme" for the tank chase sequence, after the producers weren't pleased with Eric Serra's very singular take ("A Pleaseant Drive Through St. Petersburg", track 10 on the film's commercial soundtrack)

NO TIME TO DIE will be released on UK cinemas on April 2.

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