Cue the now iconic Avengers theme. Contrary to what people think, the post-production process for a film as huge as Avengers: Infinity War isn’t completed until mere days before the film premieres. With less than a month ago, composer Alan Silvestri recently completed composing for the film. Speaking to THR this week about his work on Ready Player One, Silvestri went on to say:
It’s funny because I feel like everything is still shaking… the dust hasn’t quite settled just yet. I wrapped Infinity War yesterday, and it was a really different experience than anything I’d done before, especially in regard to the approach and balancing quick shifts in tone.
In case some of you weren’t aware, Silvestri wrote the iconic score for the first Avengers film and Captain America: The First Avengers. He was unfortunately replaced by Brian Tyler in Avengers: Age of Ultron which contributed to the lacking cinematic impact of the sequel. Fortunately, Kevin Feige and the Russo Brothers knew better than to exclude a musical genius like Silvestri from the upcoming climactic Avengers flicks and brought him onboard. We’re all ready to weep at the sound of Silvestri’s musical themes as the Avengers right the biggest threat the universe has ever seen.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter