Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are getting again into the David Fincher enterprise. The Oscar-winning musical duo will group up with their frequent collaborator for his upcoming film, The Killer, which is due out on Netflix on November 10.
The information was introduced on the Nine Inch Nails website in a post revealing the small print for his or her deluxe 3LP launch of their rating for Fincher’s 2002 biographical drama concerning the profession of Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz. “Starting with the Academy Award-winning score for The Social Network in 2010, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have been collaborating with David Fincher as film composers for over a decade,” learn the put up.
“Their critically acclaimed score for Mank is now available in a deluxe vinyl package,” it continued. “Reznor and Ross have also done the score for Fincher’s next project, The Killer.” The duo — who received a second Oscar in 2021 for the rating to animated movie Soul (shared with Jon Batiste) — have additionally written the scores for Fincher’s Gone Girl and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
NIN bandmates Reznor and Ross have had a fruitful aspect hustle in film scoring, not solely working repeatedly with Fincher, but additionally lending their musical chops to the 2016 Boston marathon bombing drama Patriots Day, Jonah Hill’s 2018 directorial debut, the coming-of-age comedy Mid90s, the 2019 drama Waves, the 2019 graphic novel TV adaptation Watchmen and director Sam Mendes’ 2022 drama Empire of Light; the pair additionally co-produced Halsey’s 2021 album If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.