Quentin Tarrantino has revealed that the composer for his new film will be the quite legendary composer Ennio Morricone. The director broke the news a couple of days ago at Comic-Con, San Diego, where he also told crowds that his film, The Hateful 8, would premiere in 70mm format first, reported Engadget; "I figured if I shoot in 70, they'll have to release it in 70," he said.

It will also be Morricone's first Western score in 40 years, back when he was scoring Spaghetti Western films like A Fistful of Dollars and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly for director Sergio Leone. His soundtracks pioneered the sound of soundtracks in general for his production of not-exclusively-orchestral, sound effects-heavy pieces of music – below is his suite for A Fistful of Dollars.