There’s nothing breathtakingly surprising here. Zimmer is that rare combination of artist and workhorse, and his style is set in synth stone even if it hasn’t completely ossified. That’s a relevant issue considering that he’s effectively taking over the baton from the legendary John Williams — a man who produced dozens of iconic songs but who has become a bit static after, you know, seven decades of writing movie music.
Zimmer brings a bit of freshness here. The percussive intensity that we heard in Inception, the lilting tones of metal on metal, some bombastic brassy moments. The only question is how much of it will be copied by trailer editors.
You can find the track listing below, and those that are super sensitive about story beats as spoilers may want to steer clear:
Look To The Stars
Sent Here For A Reason
Goodbye My Son
If You Love These People
You Die Or I Do
I Will Find Him
This Is Clark Kent
I Have So Many Questions
What Are You Going To Do When You Are Not Saving The World?
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