When news hit that Darren Aronofsky‘s frequent collaborator Clint Mansell would be lending his talents to the score Park Chan-wook‘s Hollywood debut Stoker, we all assumed that Philip Glass — who was previously rumored — had exited. Thankfully, that’s not the case as Entertainment Weekly has an update, as well as an original song for the film.
We’ve gotten a couple trailers for the film that tells the story of some creepy family drama between Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode and Jacki Weaver – and now Fox Searchlight have delivering a fitting cut from the soundtrack. After confirming Mansell’s score, along with some original pieces by Glass, EW have shared a song by Emily Wells titled Becomes the Color. The musician was actually hand picked by the director and since no embed is available, check out the impressive song by clicking the player below, along with more details over on the site.
Stoker hits theaters on March 1st.
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