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  1. Yeah, I think it's just a working title. We'll see if it sticks.
  2. I agree, since the movie's got a title now. I'm not sure how to do it, though (maybe only mods can?).
  3. Before the Vienna concert I was confident that Williams had no plans to leave the States for the rest of his career (in a professional capacity, anyway). He just keeps surprising us! And, man, has it been exciting to follow his career for the past two decades! I feel so privileged to be able to see his legacy take form in a number of surprising ways. Pure magic!
  4. I did read all and even liked some of the posts in this thread. I guess I wanted to hear evern more people's opinion on the subject or even from someone in the know. Anyway, I can't believe that I might finally get to see Williams live. I honestly cannot believe it.
  5. Thank you! And do you guys believe tickets will still be available by that time and not sold out?
  6. Wow! Missing out on the Vienna concert was a great loss, I need to get tickets to this. If I understand correctly tickets for Williams's concert only will be available on the 9th of August? It might be a dense question, but I really want this to happen!
  7. So far de-aging technology is much more dependent on how much preparation time has gone into the shots than how much money is being spent on them. The most impressive example in my opinion is Kurt Russell in Guardians 2. That included a lot of careful pre-production.
  8. I haven't listened to many of his scores, but I'm still a big fan of Jarre. A personal favourite is his 1999 score for István Szábo's Sunshine! Haven't seen the movie yet, but love the score.
  9. I'd say McKellen's and Lee's fight in Fellowship of the Ring was masterfully done. But of course part of the power of that scene comes from how rare it is to watch very, very old guys fighting.
  10. It's true that I don't post a lot, but that's because it takes me too much time to write in English, not because I don't dare to say anything. More often than not whatever I have to say has already been said - and said much better than I ever could've. But I do like this show, moreso than WandaVision, even though WandaVision had more potential and to me a more interesting premise. I guess I'm positively surprised. I don't love it to death, though, because it is rather forgettable, and I'm far more invested in the other shows I'm watching at the moment.
  11. @Thor will get a motif of course, but for inexplicable reasons Williams doesn’t include it in the OST program, and that makes everyone, except @Thor himself, upset.
  12. I would say that there's a great tradition of directors making some of their best movies based on their childhood. Films like Bergman's Fanny och Alexander, Fellini's Amarcord, Malle's Au revoir les enfants, Cuarón's Roma, Tarkovsky's Zerkalo, Terence Davies' Distant Voices, Still Lives, etc.I am really looking forward to this one!
  13. Maybe much of the confusion is linked to Williams initially scoring a wrong cut of the film? Since it only became apparent during the actual recording of the score, I'm sure Williams and everybody else had to work like lightning figuring out what to do, perhaps resulting in some weird titles for the rewrites? Unfortunately I can't find the original link about it, but I know I've posted it before.
  14. And it becomes a much better album by removing Tyler's tracks, in my opinion.
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