“Spider-Man: Homecoming” to have Michael Giacchino handle scoring duties


spider-manMichael Giacchino has become one of the most sought after movie composers. His huge success working for Pixar, as well as his brilliant work on the most recent Marvel film Doctor Strange has certainly well placed in the movie industry’s radar.

And now, Giacchino has confirmed that he’ll be returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to score Spider-Man: Homecoming, after a rumor circulated online over the weekend.

According to a Reddit post, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige let it slip during a recent Doctor Strange screening that Giacchino, who created the music for Doctor Strange, would be returning to the MCU for Spider-Man: Homecoming. He then reportedly followed with: “We announced that right? I really hope we announced that.”

Giacchino has worked with Disney several times over the years, scoring many Disney and Pixar films. His most recent project was taking over the score of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story from Alexandre Desplat, who wasn’t available to score the film’s reshoots.

Are you a fan of Michael Giacchino’s movie music work? What are some of your favorite scores by him? Do you have a least favorite? Do you think he’ll be a good
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