Oscar winner composer Michael Jacquin (Spider-Man: No way home, Jojo’s coward) today revealed the main theme of Matt Reeves Batmanwhich is due out in the US on March 4.
A future film about a superhero unfolds with a crusader in a cloak (played by Robert Pattinson) in his second year of fighting crime, watching him uncover corruption in Gotham City that unites his own family in the face of a serial killer known as Head (Paul Dana). ). Zoe Kravitz plays the Catwoman, and Colin Farrell turns into the Penguin. The cast includes Barry Kegan, Peter Sarsgaard, Amber Siena, Andy Serkis, Jeffrey Wright and John Turtur.
Reeves wrote the picture with Peter Craig and producer with Dylan Clark, with Simon Emanuel, Walter Hamad, Michael E. Uslan and Chantal Nong Vo, who act as executive producers, and Toby Hefferman as an associate producer. Deadline confirmed today that it will be the longest-running film about the Dark Knight of all time and lasting two hours and 55 minutes. WaterTower Music is releasing a soundtrack.
Jacquin is no stranger to superheroes who used to kill Dr. Strange, along with several The Incredibles and Spider-Man movies, including Sony’s latest box office, Spider-Man: No way home. Other future composer films include Thor: Love and Thunder and Jurassic World: Dominion.
Jacquin received his first Oscar more than a decade ago for his work on Pixar up, after receiving its first title in 2008 Ratatouille. He has also recorded films such as Jojo’s coward, Bad times in El Royale, Coca, War for the planet of the monkeys, Book of Henry and Rogue One: A History of Star Wars, among many others, receiving additional awards including an Emmy, a Golden Globe, three Grammys, six Annie Awards and four BMI Awards.
Check out Jakin’s topic Batman clicking above. Twitter posts in which Jacqueline and Reeves advertise this can be found below.
Well, hey! What do you know?
– Michael Giachino (@m_giacchino) January 20, 2022
My genius friend @m_giacchino wrote this topic even before I shot the frame @TheBatman. I still remember listening to him in my car # Dylan Clark before we went on stage to do # Robert PattinsonScreen test. We both have chills. Listen now: https://t.co/1t4ExcwfZd pic.twitter.com/hACMoP9bT0
– Matt Reeves (@mattreevesLA) January 21, 2022