A collaborator of Hans Zimmer’s on soundtracks such as Winter’s Tale and The Crown and with Ben Folds for Over The Hedge. After making the score for Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge Rupert Gregson-Williams tries his hand at super hero flick Wonder Woman with apt grandeur. Features To Be Human by Sia and Labrinth.
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8/10 Jack 25th June 2017
Rupert Gregson-Williams was not who I would have imagined being a main choice to score one of the best superhero films to date. After Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg) tackled BvS and Man of Steel together, I thought maybe Junkie XL would return or a frequent collaborator like Henry Jackman or even Rupert's brother Harry Gregson-Williams. But, after scoring The Legend of Tarzan and Hacksaw Ridge, I can see why Patty Jenkins chose him. His style is magnificent and evokes the best of all the composers talked about above.
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