A six minute long preview of the soon-to-be-released Hans Zimmer score for Superman reboot Man of Steel has hit the web, and it’s as chilling as the movie trailers. The beautiful score includes eighteen new songs ranging from fast-paced action scores to slow, beautiful and eerie arrangements.
Hans Zimmer, known for his incredible work on such films as The Dark Knight, Inception, and Pirates of the Caribbean, will follow John Williams, who scored the soundtrack for the 1978 Superman film. Having such a renowned composer attached to Man of Steel is great news for the already hugely-anticipated DC project, and will hopefully help propel the film into the territory reserved for Richard Donner’s Superman.
This video previews all 18 songs featured on the soundtrack, courtesy of Amazon:
The score’s track listings have also been revealed, giving us a glimpse at potential events throughout the film:
- Look To The Stars
- Oil Rig
- Sent Here For A Reason
- Goodbye My Son
- If You Love These People
- Krypton’s Last
- 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?
- Man of Steel (Hans’ Original Sketchbook)
Here’s a look at the album art for “Man of Steel, the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” by Hans Zimmer:
The Man of Steel soundtrack will release on June 11th, 2013. Man of Steel will hit theaters on June 14th, 2013!