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John Williams Works On His Final Star Wars Score

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When Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is released in theaters in December, it will mark, not only the end of the Skywalker Saga, but also, John Williams final score in the series. SlashFilm talks to the legendary composer about his 40+ year journey.
When The Force Awakens opened in 2015, Williams said,“To be able to work for nearly 40 years, off and on, on the same subject and to be able to add themes and musical material to the glossary of themes that went before and try, as I have tried in the new film, to keep it organically related, is not only a unique challenge but tremendous fun,... And I feel very privileged to have that very special, unique opportunity after 40 years, and to have the energy to do it. I feel nothing but great good fortune.”
Williams is currently working on The Rise Of Skywalker, and has so far written about 25 minutes of score in about a month. Having seen an early cut of the film, Williams "beams", saying, he likes what he has seen “very much.”
(Source: SlashFilm)

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