According to Variety, McCreary said Chucky haunted his dreams when he was a kid, "ever since his devilish little face peered out at me from a torn VHS cover at my local video store".
"Now, thirty years later, I have a remarkable opportunity to contribute to his musical legacy. Inspired by Chucky's toy-store origins, I've assembled a 'toy orchestra,' of toy pianos, hurdy gurdies, accordions, plastic guitars, and otamatones, that will be featured prominently in the score. I hope that these creepy, unique tones will help terrify the next generation of 'Child's Play' fans," he added.
McCreary's credits also include "Battlestar Galactica" and the upcoming "Godzilla: King of the Monsters".
The new movie will follow the same plot of the original, centering on Karen (Plaza), a single mother who gifts her son Andy (Bateman) a toy doll, unaware that it possesses the soul of a serial killer.
Lars Klevberg is directing the film from Tyler Burton Smith's script.
Seth Grahame-Smith, Katzenberg and Aaron Schmidt are attached as producers.
The film is slated to be released on June 21.
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