fantastic-fourThe full details of the soundtrack album for the superhero movie Fantastic Four have been revealed. The album features the film’s original music composed by Marco Beltrami (The WolverineScreamThe Hurt LockerWorld War Z) and Philip Glass (The HoursNotes on a ScandalCandyman). The soundtrack will be released on August 14, 2015 by Sony Classical and is now available for pre-order on AmazonFantastic Four is directed by Josh Trank and stars Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell and Toby Kebbell. The movie based on the Marvel comic book series centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical forms in shocking ways. The reboot will be released nationwide on August 7 by 20th Century Fox. For updates on the film, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Fantastic Four Prelude
2. The Garage
3. The Unveiling
4. Baxter
5. “All My Faith”
6. The Lab
7. Meeting of the Minds
8. It Begins
9. Building the Future
10. Launch One
11. Neil Armstrong
12. Maiden Voyage
13. Footprints
14. “Run”
15. Ben’s Drop
16. Real World Applications
17. Under Pressure
18. The Search
19. “You’re Going to Like This One”
20. Father and Son
21. Return
22. He’s Awake
23. Pursuit
24. Strength in Numbers
25. End Titles
26. Another Body (Digital Bonus Track)

  1. tiago says:

    Is this going to be an album like Age of Ultron’s, where we will know exactly what cues Beltrami and Glass did? Or they composed the score “together”?

    • BB says:

      Well, the name of the two are linked by an &… Other than the album Age of Ultron, in which the names of Tyler and Elfman are separated or The Last of the Mohicans. And that means they really have collaborated together in the score.

      • Michael says:

        Beltrami and Glass co-wrote the Prelude cue. They talked about the approach and themes, but all the cues were written individually.

  2. Jacob says:

    I’ve not been looking forward to this film (for a variety of reasons). I don’t know if I can even fake interest in the score.

    • FM says:

      and who the fuck cares?

      • Justin Boggan says:

        People who take the time to even write a reply.

      • Jacob says:

        Obnoxious assholes like yourself, apparently.

        • Justin Boggan says:

          So, exactly how big is your parent’s basement?

          • Jacob says:

            That comment wasn’t directed at you, Justin. If you notice the reply indentation, it was directed at FM.

          • Jacob says:

            And to add, I’d like to think I wouldn’t be insulting (not intentionally, at least) to someone such as yourself who had been helpful to me in the past.

  3. Roger says:

    Glass scoring a superhero film. will be AMAZING

  4. Jade says:

    Not a huge fan of Philipp Glass’s minimalist approach to scoring but him scoring a superhero movie sounds interesting to me (if only to find out if its going to be in his style or not). Beltrami, yes! definitely a fan of his works and him collaborating with Glass is interesting to note as well. As far as this film reboot is concerned, Not a fan and not interested!