The Last Of Us Composer Will Return For HBO Series
The real world is currently dealing with its own version of a deadly biological pandemic and societal panic. However, gamers have been able to find a distraction with the recent news that The Last Of Us would be receiving a live-action tv series adaptation on HBO. So far, fans have been delighted to hear that series creator Neil Druckmann would be leading the show’s creative efforts and that the game’s storyline would indeed be followed. Well, now another such component has been confirmed for a reprise, as The Last Of Us composer is now set to return to create music for the tv series.
Well this is exciting! Beyond lending his incredible musical talent to The Last of Us Part II, Gustavo Santaolalla is joining us to bring over The Last of Us to HBO!
— Neil Druckmann (@Neil_Druckmann) March 11, 2020
Neil Druckmann provided this new update on his official Twitter account, where he announced that Gustavo Santaolalla will return to craft all-new music for the new HBO series. Santaolalla notably served as the main The Last Of Us composer and is slated to come back for The Last Of Us Part II when it releases later this year.
Besides his work on The Last Of Us Series Santaolalla has worked on other big television and film scores, including Jane The Virgin, Making a Murderer, Brokeback Mountain, and Babel. The last of those movies earned Santaolalla two Academy Awards, giving him some serious clout in the entertainment industry. Likely, this new score composed by Santaolalla will hold true to the series’s rustic post-apocalyptic aesthetics that’ll have audiences clicking along to the thrilling beats.
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