Eon confirms Zimmer scoring NTTD

Hans Zimmer

Hans Zimmer is scoring No Time to Die, Eon Productions said in a statement on its official James Bond webite.

Variety reported Jan. 6 that Zimmer was now working on the score of the 25th James Bond film. Zimmer replaces the original composer on the project, Dan Romer.

Romer wasn’t referenced in today’s press release. He was listed as composer in an August press release saying the movie would be titled No Time to Die.

It remains to be seen whether Zimmer is tackling the Bond film by himself or is getting help from composers affiliated with his Remote Control Productions company.

A number of Zimmer-scored films, such as Man of Steel, had other composers getting “additional music” credits.

The statement didn’t have information about a title song performer for No Time to Die.

Today’s press release also confirms that No Time to Die’s U.S. release has been pushed back two days to April 10. Previous releases by Eon and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (including the August release revealing the film’s title) listed the date as April 8. However, IMDB.com and other sources have been listing it as April 10.

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