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  1. Maybe Stone is holding the release hostage out of resentment for Williams turning down World Trade Center!
  2. I thought so too, but my great-grandma fell and broke her neck at the age of 104 and she recovered just fine. I thought a broken neck meant instant death up to that point.
  3. If ever I got to direct an English language feature film with a sizeable budget I'd beg the producers to reach out to John Williams, of course, and let him know that I'll have a locked cut of the picture for him to score if he'd be interested. I mean, I often daydream about that. Realistically it'd be scored by my good friend who scored my other projects. If I needed an A-list for some reason I think I'd love a collaboration with Alexandre Desplat.
  4. Man, that headline gave me quite a scare! I like this quote, though:
  5. I'm pretty sure that video is 3D animated. Pretty cool, though.
  6. The scores that made me take notice of my favourites on the list were; Alexandre Desplat: The Golden Compass (2007), Fanastic Mr. Fox (2009) and The King's Speech (2010). John Powell: The Road to El Dorado (2000), Shrek (2001), Robots (2005) and Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) Michael Giacchino: The Incredibles (2004), Ratatouille (2007), Star Trek (2009) and Up (2009). I got introduced to them because I saw the films, then later started seeking out their scores solely based on their names.
  7. Yes, probably. Although he's worked with Alan Silvestri, Howard Shore, Rolfe Kent, Mychael Danna and John Powell (and soon John Williams), Beltrami is the only one he's had multiple collaborations with.
  8. Source: Deadline. Ugh, now I can't stop thinking about what a great match for a Buster Keaton-biopic Williams would be!
  9. Haha, I read it in Phil Hartman's voice! "You might remember his scores from such classic movies like..."
  10. This has been the most popular article on Variety all day! Nice to see that people care about Williams's involvement.
  11. I think I'd prefer William Ross, but I actually don't particularly care who it is. What I care about is whether Williams got an input in the choice of composer and wether they've collaborated in any way to protect the 'sound' of the series.
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