Rupert Gregson-Williams (Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Hacksaw Ridge, The Legend of Tarzan, The Crown) is set to compose the music for the upcoming Chinese war epic 800 (Ba Bai). The film is directed by Guan Hu (Mr. Six, Cow) and tells the story of a group of Chinese soldiers and draft dodgers in 1937 who put up a four-day defense of a Shanghai warehouse complex just as Japanese forces are overwhelming China. The movie is produced by Huayi Brothers Media. 800 is currently in post-production and is expected to be released in China later this year. (Variety)

Also coming up for Gregson-Williams is Hulu’s Catch-22 (co-scored with Harry Gregson-Williams), HBO/Sky series Catherine the Great, DreamWorks Animation’s feature Abominable and Frank Coraci’s comedy Hot Air.