With every passing day, more people are coming out to reveal that ‘Justice League’ Snyder’s Cut exists. Even Zack Snyder himself has been posting the storyboards that he was planning to go with had a family tragedy did not befall him. Now, his composer Junkie XL who was replaced by Danny Elfman is also revealing that his score for the movie was done.
Snyder’s sudden departure led Warner Bros. to bring in Joss Whedon who worked on ‘Avengers’. WB promises that it was only to finish what has been started, but the number of reshoots showed that Whedon has strayed far from what was planned.
Tom Holkenborg, Junkie XL himself, revealed this during his exclusive interview with ScreenRant.
The full score is still there. It’s a really great score, and it’s just there. It never goes away. We’ll see what happens in the future, you know?
But it doesn’t seem like he’s going to reveal the score anytime soon, insisting to see what’s going to happen in the future.