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      Donate to JWFan, win a CD!   05/30/17

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      We are significantly behind on our funds for keeping JWFan alive, and need to collect donations again.
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  1. He'll be scoring the film at 88 if, as you say, it actually happens. Personally I'm doubtful; strikes me as another Spielberg thought-bubble. Being delayed until 2020 was a sign they really don't know what film to make; they've already had nearly a decade to think up another story since KOTCS!
  2. Was this streamed anywhere?
  3. The Darth Plagueis motif, not even a contest. Sublime.
  4. Is it weird the film lists about 30 stunt performers on iMDB? And a stunt double/driver for Tom Hanks? I'm assuming the latter is just for a random driving scene (pretty standard for Hollywood that the stars don't actually drive) but the amount of stunt performers indicates some creative liberties... EDIT: Hmm, Bridge of Spies lists a similar amount but, other than the Berlin Wall stuff, I don't remember many scenes requiring stunt performers?
  5. It looks completely CGI to me. Don't be fooled by the lighting; their renderers have that stuff down-pat these days.
  6. Well, they did re-record the Main Title for VIII... gotta wonder!
  7. It would be bizarre watching a Star Wars film with two hours of musical silence between Main and End Titles!
  8. According to a close source at Lucasfilm, Williams had an unexpected reaction to Rian's joke: Yeah, look Rian, we can turn the lights back on. *clicks fingers* On! NOW! *grabs Rian by the collar* Look, Colin, I've been scoring these fucking things for four decades now. Let's skip the fucking irony-fuelled pleasantries so I can start writing this fucking thing! And tell me who Rey's father is! NOW! *shakes Rian violently*
  9. Does this somewhat confirm John watches a temped version of the film, or is it just a safe assumption they include Main Title by default?
  10. I think it's hilarious what John must have been thinking the moment Rian said that. I can only imagine the look of bewilderment on his face if he hadn't processed the joke.
  11. Wow! That's a refreshing mix of pieces. Very little overlap with other concerts in the last few years. Nothing from TFA -- probably saving himself for his newer suite from TLJ (or he's sick of telling anecdotes about Daisy). Adventures of Mutt though? Ugh. But The Chamber of Secrets, Fawkes the Phoenix and Parade Of The Slave Children? Awesome!! Can't remember the last concert where he performed anything from COS or TOD. Guessing E.T. and Imperial March as encores.
  12. The BFG FYC almost definitely has that fantastic unreleased statement of Sophie's Theme at the end of Giants Netted.
  13. Arya can use other faces... Couldn't she try to get information out of him by pretending to be someone else?
  14. I wonder what his pre-episode IX anecdote will be? "I finished watching the film with our director, Colin Trevorrow, and asked if I could go for a walk to gather my thoughts. I immediately went to my office and rang Kathy Kennedy and the producers at Disney to tell her, "You need a better director to finish this movie." To which Kathy replied, "I know, John, but they cost too much."