Although there are not many similarities between the Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man: There’s no way home and DC’s Batman, aside from the fact that they’re both huge budget comic book blockbusters that carry a weight of hype and expectation, they both possess a key common denominator.
It would be composer Michael Giacchino, an Academy Award winner, who has cemented himself on both sides of the comic divide. A longtime favorite of Kevin Feige, he’s scored Jon Watts’ entire trilogy of slinging sites, as well as Sorcerer Supreme and the sequel Madness’s Multiverse.
Above all, he is a frequent collaborator of Batman director Matt Reeves after scoring Cloverfield, Let me in, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes. As you can see below, the divide between Marvel and DC was crossed as fans united in praise of Giacchino’s hard work, dedication, and commitment.
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Besides Spider-Man: There’s no way home and Batman, we haven’t even mentioned Giacchino’s association with Jurassic World, Bad Robot by JJ Abrams or Pixar, making him one of the industry’s busiest requested composers. Based on what we’ve heard so far, his next pair of superhero scores will echo among Marvel and DC fans for some time to come.
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