He plans to begin work on Spielberg’s next film, “Ready Player One,” in
November, and then next year expects to do the next “Star Wars” film.
“If I can do it, I certainly will. I told Kathy Kennedy I’m happy to do
it, but the real reason is, I didn’t want anybody else writing music for
Daisy Ridley,” he quips.
The 44th recipient of the American Film Institute’s Life Achievement
Award, John Williams, 84, is the first composer ever to be so honored.
With 50 Oscar nominations and five wins, Williams — who began as a
session musician (working for such composers as Henry Mancini) before
moving into TV and then film composing himself — has provided musical
signatures for everyone from Luke Skywalker and E.T. to Indiana Jones
and Harry Potter. No slacker, he also served as principal conductor for
the Boston Pops from 1980 to 1993, and his most recent work, for Steven
Spielberg’s The BFG, his theaters July 1.
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