The Batman composer Michael Giacchino has revealed the theme for the impending DC movie. Matt Reeves is set to coordinate the solo Batman film, which will star Robert Pattinson as the Dark Knight. The Batman will not be another history, yet will still focus on the early years of Bruce Wayne’s stint as the masked vigilante. Along with Pattinson, the movie will star Paul Dano as the Riddler, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, and Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman.
To celebrate Batman Day, Giacchino revealed a snippet of Batman’s new theme for Reeves film. The composer referenced DC FanDome in his tweet, which indicates the full song could be released at the occasion this October. Giacchino’s original post can be seen below:
With Batman being one of Warner Bros.’ most valuable pieces of IP, it’s no surprise that the film is going with someone as notable as Giacchino to craft the score. Giacchino expressed interest in composing the score for The Batman as early as 2017, and he was officially set as the composer two years later. The musician is one of the most sought-after composers in the business, with Giacchino also composing the music for huge blockbusters like Jurassic World: Dominion and Spider-Man: No Way Home. At the point when it came to scoring The Batman, Reeves personally asked Giacchino by getting down on one knee at an occasion at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
As referenced above, the full song could be released at DC FanDome. The occasion on October 16 will probably feature new looks at films like Black Adam, The Flash, and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Nonetheless, with The Batman being the following DC film on Warner Bros.’ release calendar, the movie will probably be spotlighted heavily. Reeves celebrated Batman Day by sharing an image of Batman employing a grappling snare, stating that more would be revealed at DC FanDome. A new trailer and poster for The Batman might actually be divulged at the occasion, however a couple of songs of the score could also save anticipation high for the movie without giving too a significant part of the story away.