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Natalie Holt announces that she will compose the score for ‘Batgirl’

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Natalie Holt, who recently composed the score for the series “Loki” (2021) on Disney Plus, is now confirmed to be scoring the HBO Max original “Batgirl” movie set in the world of the DCEU.

The musician confirmed her involvement with the project by tweeting out news of her involvement with the project on social media.

Fans are already excited considering how memorable Holt’s work was in “Loki”

The “Batgirl” project is currently in the pre-production stage and is expected to be out somewhere during 2022. Leslie Grace, a Hispanic-American singer and songwriter who was recently seen starring in Jon M. Chu’s “In The Heights” (2021) is set to answer the bat-signal as Batgirl.

J.K. Simmons is set to reprise his role as James Gordon. Christina Hodson has penned the script for “Batgirl”, which marks her third DCEU film script. She previously wrote “Birds of Prey” (2019), directed by Cathy Yan, and is currently attached with “The Flash” (2022) directed by Andy Muschietti, which has recently wrapped production.

Jainam Turakhia

Jainam Turakhia has been a fan of DC for as long as he can remember, but what really tickles his inner creativity is Zack Snyder's vision for the DC Universe. From there Turakhia has traveled to a lot of destinations exploring works of other artists who make movies or write books/comics. Zack Snyder however, is always his hometown. He loves watching, and analyzing, anything and everything. Still a student from India studying Chartered Accountancy, Turakhia's passion for stories doesn't seem to end.

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