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Chemical Brothers scoring Joe Wright’s HANNA

Joshua Brunsting

by: Joshua Brunsting
October 10th, 2010

So, while it's best described as a geek-colored blur, there are a few pieces of news that have come out of this year's New York Comic-Con.

The biggest of which involves one of the more interesting films discussed at this year's convention, the upcoming Joe Wright film, HANNA.

HANNA stars Saoirse Ronan as a young girl who also happens to be a deadly assassin, who must seek out the woman behind the death of her father, who happened to also train her in the ways of the assassin. The film also stars Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana.

After seeing a pair of scenes (read my thoughts on the footage here), we learned that the film will be scored by The Chemical Brothers. Apparently Wright met the famous electronica group while working as a part of a light/laser show group, and has gotten the group to give a "very loud" score for his upcoming thriller.

Personally, while the footage seemed to inspire a polarizing response, I fell on the side of those who absolutely loved it. The footage looked a little raw, but the action looked rather superb, and with the addition of the Chemical Brothers as the film's composers, you really can't go wrong.

What do you think?

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