Last weekend, the annual Batman Day took place on the third Saturday in September, as usual. Fittingly, director Matt Reeves and composer Michael Giacchino spoke out via interesting posts. Oscar winner Giacchino tweeted a video of his orchestra performing the dramatic and atmospheric background music of the blockbuster. Moreover, he also hinted at the DC FanDome on October 16, which should be a good sign for musically inclined Batman fans. After all, it is to be expected that you will then get to hear more than a mere 30 seconds. Director Matt Reeves did not miss the opportunity to contribute something to Batman Day either, taking the fans to his editing room. There, you can see a scene from the movie on the screen, which we unfortunately can't quite make sense of yet. Reeves also refers to being able to show more of the production in a few weeks, which makes fans around the globe very perceptive. Meant is of course the trailer, which will premiere at FanDome and offer longer insights into the DC adventure for the first time, hopefully including the Penguin, the Riddler and all the other villains. Anyway, we are very excited and are first looking forward to the DC FanDome on October 16, but of course especially to the theatrical release of "The Batman" on March 4, 2022.