What Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman missed was Hans Zimmer’s background score. Wonder Woman 1984 is all-ready to release and we’ve got a sneak peek at its background score in a promotional ad. We all know how well Hans can elevate the watching experience with his legendary orchestrated background score.
Hans Zimmer created a magical atmosphere in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, though the film failed to do so. Wonder Woman 1984, in a tie-up with Revlon recently released a short video on Instagram. In the video, we can clearly hear the background score that screams Hans Zimmer (not literally).
Revlon took to Instagram and posted, “Unleash the power of makeup. NEW #RevlonxWW84, a collection packed with bold pigment and fierce finishes to create any look you dare to wear.”
DCEU Updates on Twitter were quick to point this out and tweeted, “An Instagram story posted by ‘Revlon’ had what seemed to be a sneak peek of Hans Zimmer’s ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ score.”
An Instagram story posted by 'Revlon' had what seemed to be a sneak peek of Hans Zimmer’s 'Wonder Woman 1984' score. pic.twitter.com/XjZRL2knXm
— DCEU Updates (@DCFilmsUpdates) July 13, 2020
A new battle, a new armour, new villains, edgier action and a reunion with her long-lost love — Gadot has teased the beginning of a new era of wonder with the much-awaited Wonder Woman 1984. Gadot is reprising her role as Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, in the sequel of the megahit 2017 DC film. In the trailer of Patty Jenkins’ project, Wonder Woman is seen wearing a shinier version of her armour and flaunts her fighting skills with her golden Lasso of Truth.
Other returning stars include Chris Pine as Steve Trevor (Wonder Woman’s love interest), Robin Wright as Antiope and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta. It also stars Pedro Pascal as Max Lord.
As of last month, Warner Bros. pushed their superhero film, Wonder Woman 1984 from August 14 to October 2. This marks the second shift for the Patty Jenkins directorial. It was originally set to release on June 5 but was delayed until August as theatres began to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.
[Inputs from IANS]