With his concentration on “The Dark Knight Rises” growing with each day, filmmaker Chris Nolan has bowed out of any further creative input on the upcoming “Superman” reboot reports Hitfix.
Nolan’s wife and producing partner Emma Thomas brought up how Nolan is so single minded when making a picture it’s hard to get him to work on anything else. So now with Zac Snyder on board as director on the “Superman” reboot, Thomas says “we are handing it off to him”.
Thomas indicated that Nolan and David Goyer just had an idea they couldn’t believe wasn’t being explored by Warner Bros. so “they brought it to an appropriate screenplay and it’s now Snyder’s picture”.
Meanwhile composer Hans Zimmer tells NBC that he will be scoring the Superman reboot. Zimmer’s works include “Inception,” “Sherlock Holmes,” “Gladiator” and both of Nolan’s “Batman” movies.