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From Midnight's owner eccentric researcher Ophelia Powers, Patience learns that Egyptian Mau cats serve as messengers of the goddess Bast. Patience realizes that she is now a "catwoman", reborn with abilities that are both a blessing and a curse. Disguised as a mysterious vigilante, named Catwoman to hide her identity, Patience under cover of darkness, searches for answers as to who killed her and why. Eventually, her search (which includes finding Slavicky's body and later being accused of his murder) leads her to Laurel. She asks Laurel to keep an eye on George, to which Laurel agrees. However, when Patience confronts George (who is attending an opera with another woman) as Catwoman, he reveals that he knows nothing about the side effects. The police led by Patience's love interest, detective Tom Lone, arrive and Catwoman escapes. Later on, Laurel murders George for his infidelity and admits to having Dr. Slavicky killed because he wanted to cancel the product's release. She contacts Catwoman and frames her for the murder. Tom then takes Catwoman into custody. Laurel plans to release Beau-line to the public the following day.

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The moment the colorful credits splashed across the screen in Catwoman: Hunted, I knew I was in for something a little different, and the stylish aesthetic is just the start. An original jazz soundtrack, a twist on the beloved Cat and Bat team-up and an impressive cadre of villains round out the surprises in the new animated movie. These highlights and more seamlessly combine for a new kind of adventure in the DC Universe.

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Robert Pattinson plays a grunge Caped Crusader, exuding moodiness and melancholy in Matt Reeves' The Batman, with a soundtrack featuring Nirvana's Something in the Way as he cruises the crime-riddled streets of Gotham.'s review described the movie as "a terrific mood piece", which is in part thanks to the film's score from acclaimed composer Michael Giacchino (whose impressive credits include Spider-Man: No Way Home, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Jojo Rabbit, and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) and its soundtrack.

Throughout the course of the film, the soundtrack backing the scenes would bring forth familiar-sounding beats. With plenty of jazz beats that would remind anime fans of Cowboy Bebop, Yutaka Yamada would provide perfect tunes to help set the tone for every scene. Yutaka has plenty of experience composing music for anime, with a large amount of his work coming from Tokyo Ghoul.

Reeves announced the score's release via Twitter, highlighting that the score would be the final preview released from The Batman soundtrack. The score is available to stream on most streaming platforms, along with the previous two scores from the composer centered around Batman and the Riddler. The track lacks the same level of ferocity present in the others, but the elegance of the music flows like a cat maneuvering effortlessly across a balance beam. The score fluctuates between a smooth piano and graceful orchestral movement, bringing the characters' personalities and sophistication to life auditorily.

Giacchino has dealt with his fair share of superhero projects, having scored Doctor Strange and the third highest-grossing film ever at the domestic box office, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Audiences can fully expect to hear more of his incredible work with The Batman soundtrack, but audiences will also feel his presence in the upcoming films Thor: Love and Thunder and Jurassic World: Dominion. In addition, Giacchino earned his first Oscar win at the 2010 Academy Awards for his work on the original score for Pixar's Up. Giacchino and Reeves are no strangers, having worked together on the director's past projects, such as Cloverfield and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

The musical scores have been a significant piece of the film's promotional rollout, providing audiences with insight into the tonal atmosphere of The Batman. Giacchino's scores carry familiarity in those who have been admirers of the franchise's live-action and animated endeavors, but the shifts he institutes create a classical noir feel to the refurbished narrative. Reeves indicated that this film would focus on Bruce Wayne/Batman as the world's greatest detective, and the music points toward that. The Selina Kyle/Catwoman score is shifty, but it establishes the elegance of darkness and love effortlessly. It will be interesting to hear how the rest of the film's soundtrack mixes with the three released character scores, but it sounds as if The Batman will deliver the atmosphere promised by Reeves. 041b061a72


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