Lionsgate, a leading global entertainment company, today announced an unprecedented film music collaboration between Academy Award winner and two time nominee T-Bone Burnett (Crazy Heart, Cold Mountain) and four time Academy Award nominated composer Danny Elfman (Alice in Wonderland, Spider-Man) on the music for the highly anticipated film adaptation of The Hunger Games, based on the first in Suzanne Collins' runaway bestselling book trilogy. The announcement was made by Lionsgate's Motion Picture Group President Joe Drake.

Elfman and Burnett will be collaborating on the film score, with Burnett also serving as the film's Executive Music Producer, producing songs for the film and soundtrack.

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Said Lionsgate's Head of Film Music Tracy McKnight of the musical dream team assembled on behalf of the film, "The Hunger Games is such a special property - it has worldwide mass appeal, but it's also sophisticated, cerebral, soulful, and rebellious. We needed a composer who can translate these qualities musically, and we have not one but two incredible artists in an absolutely thrilling first time ever collaboration."

Production president Alli Shearmur is overseeing the production for the studio, and the deals for both artists were negotiated by McKnight with Lenny Wohl, EVP Business Affairs Music & Publishing, on behalf of Lionsgate.

Elfman is represented by Richard Kraft and Laura Engel of Kraft-Engel Management, who negotiated the deal on his behalf. Larry Jenkins manages Burnett and negotiated the deal with Jason Karlov of Barnes & Thornburg LLP on his behalf. Burnett is also represented by Brian Siberell at CAA.