Bear McCreary (Godzilla: King of the Monsters, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Battlestar Galactica, Happy Death Day, Colossal) has recently scored the upcoming thriller This Game’s Called Murder. The film is written and directed by Adam Sherman (Happiness Runs, producer of Marfa Girl) and stars Ron Perlman, Vanessa Marano, Natasha Henstridge, James Lastovic, Judson Mills, Tyler Steelman, Annabel Barrett and Tory Devon Smith. The movie follows the daughter an of iconic women’s luxury footwear designer Mr. Wallendorf who sabotages her sadistic father’s business. Sherman is also producing the project with Hagai Shaham (Mean Creek, The Details) and Paul Laurens. No word yet on a release date for This Game’s Called Murder.

Also coming up for McCreary is the Netflix limited series The Witcher: Blood Origin. The prequel to the streamer’s hit series The Witcher (scored by Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli) based on the novels behind the popular video game franchise stars Laurence O’Fuarain, Michelle Yeoh and Sophia Brown. The show is set 1,200 years before Geralt of Rivia as the worlds of monsters, men and elves merge to become one – and the very first Witcher arises. Declan de Barra is the project’s showrunner and is also executive producing the project with Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, Jason Brown (The Expanse), Sean Daniel (The Mummy, The Scorpion King), Tomek Baginski and Jarek Sawko (Another Day of Life). De Barra has announced McCreary’s involvement on Twitter. The Witcher: Blood Origin is expected to premiere in 2022 on Netflix.

The composer’s other upcoming projects include the animated feature Blazing Samurai, the second part of Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, the second season of Apple TV+’s See (premiering on August 27), the eleventh and final season of AMC’s The Walking Dead (premiering on August 22) and the sixth season of Starz’s Outlander.