Hans Zimmer is easily one of the best musicians in the modern age, him and John Williams. They have orchestrated such incredible music for some of our favourite movies like the inspiring tracks for Inception and the exhilarating The Dark Knight score.
But in recent news, Hans Zimmer has officially announced to BBCHardTalk, that he is 'retiring' from superhero movies. Thankfully not from his career, but nonetheless, this is still a big loss for the comic-book community. I thought there was no better time for all us to come together and endure some of his finest works.
Man of Steel - What Are You Going To Do When You Are Not Saving The World?
This is something that I will listen to almost on a weekly basis, truly breathtaking.
Sherlock Holmes - Discombobulate
This is really one of the reasons why I love these movies, felt like such a modern take on what would be a classic tune. Fun and captivating.
The Dark Knight Rises - Rise
This packs so many different emotions into one song, it gives me the chills.
Inception - Time
This is song is incredible, it's so good that his been used in so many fan-made trailers that I could hum it in my sleep.
Interstellar - Cornfield Chase
This for me is magical, this whole film is an emotional journey.
Pearl Harbor - Tennessee
I know a lot of people hate on this movie, but this is one of my guilty pleasures... This song also shouldn't be attached to the Pearl Harbor Criticism either.
Pirates of the Caribbean - He's a Pirate
This song is the definition of an adventure! It's really fast paced and incredibly action packed, you could be walking down through a city and this song would make you feel like a badass.