Don’t worry, we’re not here to tell you about a recent incident reported in the tabloid press. The link of the Chemical Brothers with the world of crime is restricted to the big screen. Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons are now working on the score to the latest film by British director Joe Wright. The relationship between them is an old one: “I’ve known them for a number of years. When I first left college, I set up a company called Vegetable Vision, which was a light show company, and we used to go around doing projections at raves and nightclubs. We met the Chemicals back then, about ‘94, ‘95 and I’ve known them ever since.". Thus spoke Wright during a round table celebrated at the recent New York Comic Con. According to The Playlist, the director has confirmed that Rowlands and Simons will be the responsible for the score of “Hanna”, a films dealing with the figure of an adolescent murderer forced to cross Europe to carry out an assignment. To provide the music for the film’s action, Wright has bet on the Chemical Brother’s block rockin’ beats: "I was very excited to work with them on the score, as you know, my previous films have sounded very classical, working with Dario Marinelli; he won the Oscar for the Atonement score. But I was very excited to do something with a lot of bass. It’s very loud.”The film opens in the UK on 8th April 2011.