The Batman movie will be the latest DC film of the franchise, and it prepared something for the viewers.
Composer Michael Giacchino detailed the new theme of The Batman movie ahead of its official release.
During Batman Day over the weekend, Giacchino celebrated it by sharing a snippet of the flick’s new theme. He hinted that the full song might be released at the DC FanDome event next month as he included the name on the tweet.
“Happy #BatmanDay everyone!! We have been hard at work and can’t wait to share what we’ve been up to!!” he captioned the post.
The nearly 30-second video flaunts an orchestra playing the new theme of the film. The post already reached 10,000 likes and 1,200 retweets.
It even earned messages from exciting fans, claiming that the score will help them survive the next years again.
One fan said, “THANK YOU SO MUCH MICHAEL CANNOT WAIT TO SEE WHAT YOU HAVE IN STORE.”
“I can sense a little bit of Shirley Walker inspiration there, am I right?” another suggested, to which one Twitter user replied, “It’s more like Danny Elfman’s Style. Listen to the Batman and Batman Returns score. They sound like a Giacchino score.”
A new poster for The Batman movie is also expected to arrive on the same day as the official score.
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Uploading the new score surely surprised the fans. However, the composer himself had been expressing his desire to compose the score for The Batman movie since 2017.
He waited for two years until he was officially assigned as the composer. Director Matt Reeves personally asked him to score the movie during an event at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Aside from his upcoming work, Giacchino famously wrote the music for several blockbusters films, including Jurassic World: Dominion and Spider-Man: No Way Home.
As fans alleged that it could be presented at October 16 event, people could also expect to see the new looks of The Flash, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and Black Adam.
Currently, it has been revealed that Robert Pattinson will play the role of the Dark Knight, but he will not tell the story of the early years of Bruce Wayne’s life.
Pattinson joined Paul Dano (Riddler), Zoe Kravitz (Catwoman), Andy Serkis (Alfred Pennyworth), and Colin Farrell (Penguin) on the cast list.