When Warner Bros. announced Batman Vs. Superman at Comic-Con 2013, many assumed that composer Hans Zimmer would be on board to comopse the score, since he provided the music for both Man of Steel and Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy. However, back in September, the musician revealed he hasn't made up his mind yet on whether or not to tackle this highly-anticipated project.

Today, we have word that Zack Snyder hasn't even asked him to come aboard yet.

"I'm a procrastinator, and right now, I don't want to make a decision. Zack hasn't talked to me about it, so I don't have to worry about it! I'll worry about it when I have to worry about it, and then, if I'm lucky, I'll have an idea. If I have an idea, I can do something with that, but if I don't have an idea, then my good idea is going to be, 'Get somebody else.'"

However, if he was asked to provide the music for this highly-anticipated sequel, Hans Zimmer said he is still undecided.

"Honestly, I'm just sort of grappling with that right now. Quite seriously, the thought right now is that no, I don't want to go and take what I did with Chris and just plonk it into another movie. There isn't one good reason to do it, and there are so many good reasons not to do it."

The composer revealed that he is starting to get burned out from working on so many sequels, saying he didn't enjoy working on Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

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"I didn't really enjoy myself much on Pirates 4. And I love that with The Dark Knight Rises, Chris said, 'That's it.'"

However, if he does decide to come back, it would be because he enjoyed working with Zack Snyder on Man of Steel.

"I really enjoyed working with Zack Snyder, so part of it would be a personal decision. At the same time, I wouldn't want to put the ideas I used in the Chris Nolan Batman movies into a Superman movie. It just wouldn't feel right."

Hans Zimmer most recently provided the score for Rush and 12 Years a Slave, which opens in theaters this weekend.

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