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  1. I seem to recall Stone wanted Williams to do that particular film, but Williams declined. Probably because the film isn't very good.
  2. I partially blame Spielberg's tendency to do 2 films per year (particularly in the 2000's) that seemed to prevent Williams from working with different people. And the accumulation of work with the prequels -and to some extent with the Potters. We know he had some interesting offers that decade, like Disney's Treasure Planet... I seem to recall there were more. Money could be a factor as well. He has said in many interviews that he's willing to lower his paycheck, but even at a lower cost he's still really expensive. I remember reading an interview with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost a couple of years ago where they said they wanted Williams to score Paul but that he was too expensive. However, I wonder if he hadn't had all those Spielberg movies, the prequels and the Potters... Had he scored as much as he did? By 2005 he probably became exhausted and didn't want to do stuff that he wasn't that keen on, like Amenanbar's Agora, which would have been hella interesting. (though I think maybe he passed on it considering it was probably too similar too Munich musically, at least according to the final product)
  3. Two minor (and very different) pieces I put together for fun these last couple of days
  4. - And let me tell you, Mrs. Ridley... May you live long and prosper. - Do you even know who I am?
  5. Give it to Silvestri, all he needs to do is an Avengers-like theme but with Barry-styled trumpets
  6. Considering all the women that die in TLJ, it's a good thing they didn't kill Leia too.
  7. I am currently watching Netflix's Green Eggs and Ham and I cannot help myself from recommending it. It's got some cringy moments, but so far the good outweighs the bad. It can be quite funny and I also found myself getting very emotionally invested with a large part of the characters, both main and ensemble. The art itself is not that pretty but the 2D animation of the characters is gorgeous, all traditional. The mix of 2D and 3D gives it a 2000's vibe, which can be off-putting but also seems weirdly nostalgic... Like something that got made some time ago that only recently got discovered. Also, the music is by David Newman and is really good! Glad to see getting some better than average picture to work with. There's a song with a mouse that almost made my cry. It's stupid but also it's really smart. It's the right amount of weird for me. Give it a try!
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