– by Emmanuel Gomez

By looking at your news feeds this morning, it is obvious that we are getting close to the release of Warner Bros. Pictures Justice League. Yesterday, pre-sale tickets for the film became available online and the cast of the film headed to China to promote the film. Thanks to the marketing team for Justice League being very aggressive on social media, we have a good idea about the characters as well as a general idea about the plot. Today we have yet another component of the film to check out.

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly we can listen to the third track from the soundtrack of Justice League titled “Hero’s Theme” by Danny Elfman. Although we still have to wait and see the scene that this is going to be attached to, I think it definitely has a very “heroic” feel to it. We know that Danny Elfman has has a great track record with soundtracks like Batman, The Nightmare Before Christmas and so many others.

EW has also received the track list for the entire soundtrack for Justice League. Here is the track list:

Justice League Soundtrack

“Everybody Knows” — Sigrid
The Justice League Theme — Logos
Hero’s Theme
Batman on the Roof
Enter Cyborg
Wonder Woman Rescue
Hippolyta’s Arrow
The Story of Steppenwolf
The Amazon Mother Box
Cyborg Meets Diana
Aquaman in Atlantis
Then There Were Three
The Tunnel Fight
The World Needs Superman
Spark of The Flash
Friends and Foes
Justice League United
Bruce and Diana
The Final Battle
A New Hope
Anti-Hero’s Theme
“Come Together” — Gary Clark Jr. and Junkie XL
“Icky Thump” — The White Stripes
The Tunnel Fight (Full Length Bonus Track)
The Final Battle (Full Length Bonus Track)
Mother Russia (Bonus Track)

By looking at the track list we can see that there might me a lot of focus on the first battle that took place where somehow Steppenwolf was defeated. Also the track titled “A New Hope” gives me the idea that this may be used during the return of Superman. The last track that I will mention is “Anti-Hero’s Theme” near the end, which I would like to think that this may be where we finally get to see Darkseid show up. Whatever the scenes may be it looks like we are in for an exciting film.


With the film already projected to make over $110 million domestically in it’s first weekend, it’s evident that there is a lot of excitement for this film. Listening to a preview of what Elfman is going to be bringing to the film and with what we know about Zack Snyder’s visuals, we only have less than a month to find out if it will all come together to make a great film. What do you think of the soundtrack sample? Let us know below!

The Justice League soundtrack will be released digitally November 10th, followed by a two-CD edition on December 8th and a vinyl edition February 8, 2018.

Warner Bros. Justice League hits theaters November 17, 2017.

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Source: Entertainment Weekly