If you've ever wanted to hear your voice in a blockbuster movie, composer Hans Zimmer is finally giving you the chance. Zimmer, who's written scores for 'The Lion King' and 'Inception,' is currently writing the music for next summer's 'The Dark Knight Rises,' and he recently posted a note on UJam asking fans of the 'Batman' series to make their own contributions. You can read Zimmer's full offer ahead.

We need to hear your voices! Now and Loud! We are creating the sound of a worldwide chant. Everyone come and be part of it.

It's easy: There is no such thing as out-of-tune, no timing we can't fix later. If you mumble, growl, scream or whisper, it's all good. Make it yours. If you only get halfway through, no problem! Do it alone, bring your friends, but do it with energy and commitment.

Let your voice be heard and be a part of our adventure!"
It's not clear how Zimmer plans on compiling what's sure to be thousands of voices into one coherent score, but considering the reputation he has a composer, you can assuming he'll be able to figure it out. Also, if it sounds anything like the example recording on Ujam does (which was the track first heard when the cryptic 'Dark Knight Rises' viral site launched), it's going to be fairly creepy.

'The Dark Knight Rises' opens on July 20, 2012.

[via Collider]

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