Christophe Beck recently completed scoring the action comedy Red starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren. He replaced composer David Holmes, who was originally attached to the project as reported earlier this year. The movie comes out on October 15 from Summit Entertainment.

Beck also has a number of other projects coming out in the near future. Earlier this year, he completed the score for Todd Philipp’s road trip comedy Due Date starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. This marks his third collaboration with the director after scoring School for Scoundrels and last year’s comedy hit The Hangover. Warner Bros will release the movie on November 5. Beck also has the Screen Gems’ musical drama Burlesque directed by Steven Antin and starring Christina Aguilera, Cher, Kristen Bell, Alan Cumming, Cam Gigandet and Stanley Tucci coming out in November. In the movie, a small-town girl ventures to Los Angeles and finds her place in a neo-burlesque club run by a former dancer. No release date has been set for the indie comedy Cedar Rapids from Fox Searchlight which Beck scored earlier this year. In the movie directed by Miguel Arteta (The Good Girl, Youth In Revolt), a naive Midwesterner insurance salesman travels to a big-city convention in an effort to save the jobs of his co-workers. The comedy stars Ed Helms, John C. Reilly, Anne Heche and Sigourney Weaver.

Christophe Beck’s music currently can be heard in theaters in the David Guggenheim directed documentary Waiting for ‘Superman’. The documentary about the United States educational system is in limited release with more cities being added in the coming weeks. Beck’s score is currently available on iTunes and will be released later this month on CD by Lakeshore Records. For audio clips, check out Christophe Beck’s official webpage.