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Here’s who will compose the score for ‘No Time to Die,’ the next James Bond film

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This July 10, 2019 photo shows composer Hans Zimmer posing for a portrait at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., to promote the film “The Lion King.”

This July 10, 2019, photo shows composer Hans Zimmer posing for a portrait at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., to promote the film “The Lion King.”

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“No Time to Die” — the new James Bond film due out later this year — has found the composer for its score.

What’s going on: Hans Zimmer will compose the score for “No Time to Die,” the upcoming James Bond flick, replacing previous composer Dan Romer, Deadline reports.

History: Zimmer previously helped work on:

More music: “No Time to Die” also tapped pop star Billie Eilish to perform the theme song for the upcoming film. Eilish announced the decision in a tweet Tuesday.

Release date: “No Time to Die” will release in the United States on April 10. It will hit internationally on April 2.

Story: In the new film, James Bond has left active duty, but a friend brings him back into the battle to face off against a new villain, according to Deadline.