David Fincher is employing his “The Social Network” score composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for his upcoming adaptation of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”.
Reznor himself not only confirmed the news with The NY Times, but said they’ve already been at work on the score for a month and have produced two hours of music already which will be used as temp music during the film’s post-production phase.
Reznor says “we started recording things in a different way that was all based on performance, nothing programmed. And that would be my limited skills at stringed instruments, and trying passages that we would get that and then we would process them in a way that would give us a real organic, layered feel that felt like something we’d never done before.”
He added that they hope to make something that, upon hearing, you’ll immediately identify as being from “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”.