Hans Zimmer, who worked on all three films in Christopher Nolan’s Batman
trilogy, is set to reteam with the filmmaker once again, as Warner
Bros. and director Zack Snyder have tapped him to score their Superman
pic “Man of Steel.”
Legendary Pictures and Atlas Entertainment produced the superhero
tentpole with Syncopy, Cruel & Unusual Films and DC Entertainment.
Nolan and producing partner Emma Thomas produced the film with Atlas
topper Charles Roven and Cruel & Unusual principal Deborah Snyder.
Legendary’s Thomas Tull exec produced with Lloyd Phillips.
In addition to “Batman Begins,” “The Dark Knight” and this
summer’s “The Dark Knight Rises,” Zimmer worked with Nolan on
“Inception,” for which he received an Oscar nomination. He has been
nominated for nine Oscars and previously won for Disney’s “The Lion