Shortly after his score was released favermansit has been revealed that John Williams will continue to write film scores after finishing work on Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fatewhich he previously announced would be the last film in which he will write music.
talk entertainment weeklyJohn Williams has revealed that he has reversed course on his decision to retire from composing films, The move he announced six months agoHis age, now 90, was a factor in his initial decision to scale back his writing career (as he planned to continue working on smaller projects). Just stop scoring the whole theatrical movie.at the press tour of favermansWilliams explained that he would like to continue working with Steven Spielberg, who has worked with him on 29 films over 50 years. I did.
“Stay with me for a while. You can’t retire from music. A day without music is a mistake. One thing Steven isn’t is he’s a guy who can say no. That he’s not retired.” got it!”
Quoted by John Williams. Star Wars Franchise creator George Lucas was the “special sauce” that helped the long-running multimedia franchise come together, and Williams has worked on nine films in the Skywalker saga, indiana jones series. But it doesn’t look like he decided to reverse course in making the overall score. Star Wars current movie.If he has something else it’s more likely Star Wars As is the case with his decision to tackle the Disney Plus series’ main theme, it will be an individual composition. obi wan kenobithe film Solo: A Star Wars Storyor an expansion of the Disneyland/Disney World theme parks Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
under Star Wars When indiana jonesJohn Williams has an incredibly prolific body of work. fiddler on the roof, Adventures of Poseidon, earthquake, towering inferno, chin, close encounter of the third kind, Superman: The Movie, ET: extraterrestrial life, empire of the sun, home alone, Jurassic Park, schindler’s list, Private Ryan, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, space war, Munich, war horse, Lincoln, postand now favermansWilliams’ work in film and television has been recognized with five Academy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, three Emmy Awards, seven BAFTA Awards, eight Saturn Awards and countless nominations. Thing.