Avengers: Age Of Ultron – Production Facts

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The Music and Soundtrack

Sometimes, we really don’t even notice how important music is to a scene.  But once it’s removed, the differences can be dramatic.  Music is one of the fastest ways to permeate our minds and stimulate our emotions.  Avengers: Age of Ultron uses music to its full advantage.

  • Bryan Tyler, composer for the film, has said that the musical score will be an homage to the works of master composer John Williams.  In particular, the musical queues will draw from Superman (1978), Star Wars (1977), and Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981).
  • In the teaser trailer, a creepy rendition of I’ve Got No Strings is heard.  Originally from Disney’s Pinnochio, the song refers to Ultron being free from his master — Tony Stark.  The song was also used because Marvel Studios’ parent company is Disney.  This means Marvel didn’t have to pay royalties for using the song.

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