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In the last 10 years, Hans Zimmer has written music for some 40 film and television projects, including Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise and the recent smash-hit History Channel miniseries "The Bible."

"I haven't had a day off for I don't know how long, but that's all right," Zimmer, whose IMDb page lists 158 composer credits, including Nolan's upcoming film "Interstellar," told HuffPost Entertainment. "These are good problems."

Zimmer's "good problems" carry on throughout 2013: an Oscar-winner for the 1994 film "The Lion King," Zimmer wrote the music for no less than four highly anticipated movies this year, including "The Lone Ranger," "Rush," "Twelve Years a Slave" and this week's "Man of Steel." With Zack Snyder's Superman reboot out on June 14 -- and the soundtrack available now -- Zimmer spoke to HuffPost Entertainment about working on "Man of Steel," how he handled the specter of John Williams »


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