Michael Giacchino’s Score For The Batman is Now Streaming Everywhere

Only one week remains until The Batman flies into theaters. But before the Dark Knight makes his long-awaited return to the big screen, DC fans can now sample the movie’s full soundtrack. Michael Giacchino’s score for the upcoming reboot is finally available to stream or purchase on all digital platforms.

Giacchino originally previewed his work on the film over two years ago, when director Matt Reeves shared the first video of Robert Pattinson wearing the new Batsuit. The clip notably included an early version of Giacchino’s new theme for the Caped Crusader. Last month, the composer finally debuted the full track, eventually following this up with his themes for Paul Dano’s Riddler and Zoë Kravitz’s Catwoman.

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According to Warner Bros., The Batman’s runtime clocks in at nearly three hours, so it makes sense for Giacchino’s score to run long as well. The soundtrack features one hour and 56 minutes of music. As a bonus, the song titles don’t appear to give away any major plot points, so you can listen without any fear of being spoiled. Unfortunately, anyone hoping to snag a physical copy of the album might have to wait a little bit longer.

The Batman will hit theaters next Friday, March 4.

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