John Williams isn’t retiring after all, so hit the orchestra.
The legendary composer previously announced his intention to retire from composing film scores. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate, That’s why he wrote new music.And Steven Spielberg’s very personal favermans said to be his last two scores.
But now the 90-year-old composer is reversing course. Williams and Spielberg are currently in the midst of awards season. Fabermans. While sitting with Spielberg on Thursday night at a special event that recalled their 50-year collaboration as director and composer, Williams revealed that he’s not actually retiring.
“I will stay there for a while,” he said. “You can’t retire from music. A day without music is a mistake.”
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Williams also cited his longtime partnership with Spielberg as a reason not to retire. has not retired,” he added.
The composer then explained how Spielberg’s father worked for the Shore Foundation until he was 101 or 102 years old. .
This has led Spielberg to say he must figure out what to direct next to ensure he gives Williams a project to work on. developing a new interpretation of the story of brit 1968, starring Steve McQueen. Bradley Cooper was named as a potential star.
Perhaps Williams will chase cars through the streets of San Francisco to score his next job.
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