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Just now, Tom said:

Memoirs did it for me.  

 

Would you believe in 2005 I only knew of John Williams because of Indy, star wars and e.t.??

 

But yeah that would have done it for me as well.

 

Actually if we're talking all time. Raiders is still technically his biggest Oscars snub.

 

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Awards, schmawards. We know how good his music is, and he's already been nominated for Oscars more times than anyone else alive. But if they're your thing I imagine after his last two films are released he'll finally get the Lifetime Achievement Oscar, delivered by Spielberg himself.

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1 hour ago, Disco Stu said:

 

I wonder who his main competition at the Oscars might be.

 

Hildur has scored the new Todd Fields movie Tár that’s getting very positive buzz, I think that makes her possibly a front runner for a second nomination.

 

If the new Chazelle film Babylon comes out in December as planned, Hurwitz could be in there if the movie is well-received.

 

I doubt that Black Panther 2 could pull it off again in terms of Oscar noms, but I guess Goransson shouldn’t be counted out.

 

If Baumbach’s White Noise is really good, and the score is prominent, Elfman might manage his 5th nomination, that would be really cool.

 

They love to nominate Desplat, and his score for Del Toro’s Pinocchio seems like it could be a shoo-in

Unless Bernard Herrmann or John Barry come back to life JW should win for every score that he does. Sadly the Best Score award never goes to the best score

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10 minutes ago, Edmilson said:

I think Empire Strikes Back losing to Michael Gore's Fame was JW's biggest snub ever. 

 

Yeah you're right too. But didn't the academy have some sort of unwritten rule about sequels?

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3 minutes ago, Bellosh said:

 

Yeah you're right too. But didn't the academy have some sort of unwritten rule about sequels?

I think they probably didn't want a Star Wars movie to win again after ANH's victory in 1978. Still, Gore's victory was ridiculous. I never watched this Fame, but from what I know the movie is a musical, with a lot of songs and little underscore. So the Academy gave the award only because they liked the songs, which is very common (see The Little Mermaid in 89)

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4 hours ago, King Mark said:

 Tros was the most dissapointing. I thought they'd give it to him as a sort of honor to his career

It was too mangled in film to really justify it.  Still better than Joker though

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I wonder if we'll get a "Recording Wrapped" sort of tweet soon.  Williams seems to be hedging on his "last movie" intention, but either way, the last session would be a big deal.  

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10 minutes ago, Naïve Old Fart said:

... and it's a good job that they don't. 

Jerry could/should have picked up at least 5 Oscars™ in his career. Instead, he got a measly 1. Oh, the humanity!

 

I guess one could argue that awards do matter in that they might've made Jerry Goldsmith a household name.  I shake my head listening to young film enthusiast podcasts discuss the greatest film composers and no mention of Jerry.  Perhaps if he'd had more than one statue.

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I really don't think it's the awards that made JW or would have made JG a household name.  JW got connected with the most successful directors and series of their time, Jerry did not.  Not a little bit of luck involved.

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37 minutes ago, BrotherSound said:

JKMS is playing coy, but these sure look like JW sketches, presumably for Indy 5, so it seems recording is still very much in progress:

 

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These are JW’s sketches or William Ross’ orchestrations?

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38 minutes ago, Alex said:

They’re just editing down the big 10 minute action set piece into a 2 minute concert suite for the OST

it says "sketch to score proof reading" and they're working of of handwriten notes

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