Natalie Holt was assigned the task of composing the music for the movie “Batgirl”, the film of the same name that was released by Warner Bros.’s Discovery studio. Now, in a recent interview with Discussion about moviesThe composer has revealed that she wrote a whopping 90 minutes of music for the film after working on it for a year before it was cancelled.
“I wrote about an hour and a half of the music. I worked on it for a year. So it’s sad what happened to it. I was on set last Christmas, [directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah] really love ‘Loki’ and that’s why I was chosen to score ‘Batgirl.’ So it’s a pity that it won’t appear in the world after all this time, like spending a whole year researching it. Yes, quite disappointing. “
The movie will certainly never see the light of day, but perhaps Holt can find a way to release some of this soundtrack at some point. Regardless it is brutal for any artist to suffer.
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