Jeff Danna (The Good Dinosaur, The Addams Family, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, The Boondock Saints) & John Fee (Bad Country, Living on One Dollar) have composed the original score for DreamWorks Animation’s new Netflix series Wizards: Tales of Arcadia. The show is the third installment in Guillermo del Toro’s Tales of Arcadia saga and features the voices of Emile Hirsch, Lexi Medrano, Steven Yeun, Charlie Saxton, Lena Headey, David Bradley, Clancy Brown, Fred Tatasciore, Diego Luna, Mark Hamill, and Kelsey Grammer who are reprising their roles from the previous installments. They are joined by new cast members Alfred Molina, Stephanie Beatriz, James Faulkner and John Rhys Davies. The series follows Merlin’s apprentice as he joins Arcadia’s heroes on a time-bending adventure in Camelot, where conflict is brewing between the human, troll and magical worlds. Del Toro (The Shape of Water, Pan’s Labyrinth) is executive producing the project with showrunner Marc Guggenheim (Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) and Chad Hammes. Danna has previously scored the 2018’s second Tales of Arcadia series 3Below, while Tim Davies (with themes by Alexandre Desplat) composed the score for the first installment, Trollhunters. Wizards: Tales of Arcadia will premiere on August 7, 2020 exclusively on Netflix.

Danna also recently co-scored Pixar’s Onward (with Mychael Danna), which is now available to stream on Disney+ and is playing in select theaters around the world.

  1. BANANA says:

    what instruments were used in the Wizards of Arcadia score