Librarians And Leverage Composer Scores New David Tennant Film Bad Samaritan



Composer Joseph LoDuca, who composed the scores for TV shows The Librarians and Leverage, has recently provided the music for the new David Tennant feature film Bad Samaritan. The movie is directed by Dean Devlin, and, like the TV shows, is produced by Devlin's own company Electric Entertainment.

Bad Samaritan centres on two young car valets, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, who use their business at a high class restaurant as a front to target victims for their criminal activities. While their wealthy patrons are inside dining, the enterprising crooks are off robbing their houses. The plan is working well until they break into the home of one Cale Erendreich, played by David Tennant, and find more than they bargained for. The movie was scripted by Brandon Boyce and co-stars Kerry Condon and Jacqueline Byers. 

Dean Devlin has previously said that Bad Samaritan is headed for a release date in early 2018.




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