Ant-Man director Peyton Reed has confirmed that the composer from the original Ant-Manmovie will be returning to the sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp which is slated for release next summer.
Reed has spent the past month or so posting cryptically on his Instagram account. There has also been a confirmation from Marvel that the filming of the movie is going to start in Atlanta in the next couple weeks. Hannah John-Kamen is also going to be joining the cast in a 'major role'. Also making a return will be T.I along with several other members from the original cast, according to a report by Screen Rant.
Reed was inundated with questions from fans after he tweeted the mysterious Instagram that he put up. One of those questions included the possible return of the Ant-Man composer Christophe Beck from the original movie. Reed was only too happy with the question and immediately took to Twitter to respond with an affirmative answer.
— Peyton Reed (@MrPeytonReed) June 24, 2017
Not only has Beck composed the score for Ant-Man, but he is also supremely famous for his mind-blowing work on Frozen, Edge of Tomorrow and The Hangover. He's also worked on Elektra — a superhero movie — in the past, along with composing a stand-alone song for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Another feather in his cap is having worked with Joss Whedon of The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron fame.
Fans of the original Ant-Man have much to rejoice over as Beck is a powerhouse of talent and will bring with him exquisite talent as has been seen in the past. It also seems that almost all of the members from Ant-Man's original creative team are back for the second installment of the franchise.
Published Date: Jun 25, 2017 06:23 pm | Updated Date: Jun 25, 2017 06:23 pm