Just like the LEGO Movie, the LEGO Batman Movie had a very memorable opening sequence set to a great song. While it might not have the staying power of “Everything Is Awesome,” Patrick Stump and Will Arnett still provide a wonderful tune with “Who’s The (Bat)Man.”
And while it’s awesome to see the LEGO Batman beat up all of his classic (and obscure) foes set to the tune while defusing a bomb, it works even will with the live-action version.
YouTuber Cristian Ortiz laid the wonderful track over the warehouse fight scene from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And now we’re wondering why this version didn’t use the song either because it syncs up pretty well.
Ortiz hilariously describes the video with the caption, “Look, someone was going to do this sooner or later.” Truly, they are the hero we need and deserve.
That fight scene from Batman v Superman is one of the film’s highlights, giving a ruthless version of Batman going against a gang of nameless thugs in an attempt to save Martha Kent.
Sure, he might be a little loose with his “no killing” policy, but he gets the job done.
Set with this song as the backdrop, it adds a sense of levity while Batman just lays out a bunch of goons. And that’s pretty damn metal. Every superhero needs a theme song talking about how great they are while they’re beating the crap out of bad guys.
Please let that be the newest superhero trope. Please?
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