If you were on the internet at any point on November. 15 2013, there’s a good chance you followed the saga of “Batkid,” AKA 5-year-old leukemia patient Miles Scott whose dream of becoming Batman was into an amazing reality last week thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The city of San Francisco was transformed into “Gotham City,” by an army of volunteers that worked together to make Miles’ wish come true. The young superhero whisks around Gotham with Batman by his side, catching villains like the Joker and saving damsels in distress to the supportive cheers of thousands of onlookers.
“Yes, Hans did write a score for Batkid,” Zimmer’s publicist Rae Murillo told Radio.com on November 15th. “We’re not yet sure when or how the music will be incorporated, but I do know that there are different elements and surprises being rolled out as the day progresses, so we’re just waiting to see how the music is going to be used.”
Murillo went on to explain that their are no plans to release the song to the public. So far, the only personalized copy went to Batkid himself. Watch ABC’s coverage of the Batkid experience below. Enjoy!
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