Mark Mothersbaugh to Score Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok”


Mark Mothersbaugh has just been announced to score Marvel’s upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok”. The previous two entries in the Thor series featured scores written by Patrick Doyle (“Thor”) and Brian Tyler (“Thor: The Dark Kingdom”). While cast and crew are still shooting the movie, it will be released in November 2017.

For me, this marks another step in Marvel’s ongoing choice of interesting Composers and I’m excited to hear if Mothersbaugh gets the chance to incorporate his own Sound into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Let’s just hope he doesn’t get “Burwellished”… 😉


2 thoughts on “Mark Mothersbaugh to Score Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok”

  1. Well, this is…odd. Thor isn’t the type of film Mothersbaugh would usually score. I love his music in Wes Anderson films and Regular Show, but I wonder if his musical composition will be a good fit for Thor: Ragnarok. I guess we’ll have to wait and find out.

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    • Same here, I was actually VERY surprised by their choice. At least, Mothersbaugh could deliver something fresh to the MCU. With Giacchino scoring “Doctor Strange” (and possibly the upcoming Spider-Man) as well as Silvestri being announced to score “Infinity War”, it seems like Marvel decided to go an interesting path.

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