Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Has Ennio Morricone Score, Also This Poster

July 13, 2015


Remember when Quentin Tarantino brought John Travolta back to film? Well, now he's bringing back something far more deserving of a comeback: new Ennio Morricone music on a Western. At Comic Con, Tarantino reportedly told the crowd at his Hateful Eight panel that his new film will feature a score from the legendary composer behind the scores for A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in the West, and more. Though Tarantino has previously repurposed Morricone's scores for his films, including Django Unchained, it will be the first time 86-year-old Morricone has newly composed for a Western in four decades. Time to find out if he's now hit his dubstep phase.

Also, here's a new poster for Hateful Eight:


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