Register - Forgot Password. By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. During post-production on Justice League we learned that famed composer Danny Elfman had snuck a fun Easter egg into one track from the score - an ode to the classic Superman theme song by John Williams, used in the classic, Superman: The Movie. Well, one DC Films fan quickly spotted that musical Easter egg in the "Friends and Foes" song from the Justice League soundtrack - listen for yourself, below around !
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Plus, includes previously unreleased tracks, and 13 more contain previously unreleased material. Released during the era of leisure suits and pet rocks, the film Superman: The Movie has aged about as well. But the often-clumsy charms of Richard Donner's cartoonish, hit-and-miss take on the Man of Steel was blessed with at least one superlative artistic effort: John Williams's epic score. The composer's Oscar-nominated music coming on the heels of Star Wars and Close Encounters was a wall-to-wall heroic symphony, rife with memorable melodies and ominous arrangements.
Williams' Oscar-nominated score bristles with a heroism that's the equal of his work for George Lucas' space operas, yet finds considerable soul in the heart-stirring themes that evoke the grace of Superman's flight and bittersweet romance with Lois Lane. Williams' triumphant "Superman March" remains nothing less the musical heart of the entire franchise, an epochal symphonic touchstone that's so indelible it inspired a whole new generation of filmmakers to use it in reviving the superhero's legacy nearly three decades later. Sign In. John Williams , London Symphony Orchestra. The Planet Krypton. Destruction of Krypton. Star Ship Escapes. The Trip to Earth. Growing Up. Death of Jonathan Kent.
The various film and theatre appearances of the Superman character have been accompanied by musical scores. The score for Superman , composed and conducted by John Williams , was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra , with John Georgiadis as concertmaster. Source music was recorded on July