More From Hans Zimmer On Scoring THE DARK KNIGHT RISES; Still Unsure About MAN OF STEEL
Composer Hans Zimmer shares more info on scoring the Christopher Nolan-directed third chapter The Dark Knight Rises, what is the problem when working on sequels, and mentions that he is not confirmed for Man of Steel...
During press rounds for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, film composer Hans Zimmer shared some more info about scoring The Dark Knight Rises, a third film in Christopher Nolan's Batman saga. He talked about what is the problem when working on sequels and letting fans be a part of the film's music (chant). Check it out below:
"I think that the problem with working on sequels is how to keep them fresh for yourself, and both with ‘Sherlock’ and with ‘Dark Knight’ so far I’ve been able to manage to do that. We’ve created this world on 'Dark Knight,' and we’re sticking pretty autonomously to this world, but at the same time, our fans and the audience are inhabiting this world. And if you can actually pull them in and let them be part of this adventure, which is really what I’ve been trying to do. You, it’s really just a small facet of the whole thing, but we are trying to think out of the box."
As for Zack Snyder-directed Superman reboot, Man of Steel, he said:
"Man of Steel is in direct conflict with something else, and I haven’t worked it out yet. That rumor keeps floating around, [but] I’m not engaging that one at the moment."
For more, just click here. So, if Zimmer ends up not doing the score for Man of Steel, who else would you like to see as a composer?
The Dark Knight Rises is set to hit theatres on July 20, 2012, while Man of Steel is set for June 14, 2013 release!
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