'Batman: The Killing Joke' Composers Went Mad to Get Joker's Sound

To say all eyes are on Batman: The Killing Joke is an understatement. The animated version of Alan Moore’s comic that explores the origins of Batman’s arch-nemesis the Joker, amid a hostage plot, is one of the most-anticipated animated movies ever from comic book powerhouse DC. Its R-rating from the MPAA has only heightened anticipation ahead of its debut at San Diego Comic- Con this weekend. Directed by DC veteran Sam Liu, The Killing Joke follows one night when the Joker — voiced by Star Wars alum and famed Joker actor Mark Hamill — lures Batman (Kevin Conroy) into a trap to prove that all it takes to become Joker-level mad is one bad night. The movie is set to be one of the biggest theatr

'Batman: The Killing Joke': See Mark Hamill in the Studio Ready to Sing as The Joker (Exclus

This soundtrack is no joke. Ahead of the release of Batman: The Killing Joke, Heat Vision has an exclusive preview of the soundtrack to the R-rated, animated film. The eerie end credits song (available below) closes out the anticipated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's classic 1988 graphic novel. The soundtrack also features something Batman fans have been waiting decades for — Mark Hamill's Joker singing "I Go Looney," which will bring an iconic point from the graphic novel to life. (He'll have you believing "life is swell in a padded cell.") The score was recorded using a live orchestra and composed by talents DC fans should be familiar with: Its composers are Lolita Ritmanis, K

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