How Star Wars: Rogue One Plans To Use John Williams’ Iconic Music – Cinema Blend


Rogue One is not going to be like your normal Star Wars film. Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm who has been tasked with overseeing the expansion of the franchise, has already revealed that the standalone film won’t include a famous scrawl, while it’s also the first Star Wars film not to feature a score from the iconic John Williams. His replacement, Michael Giacchino, has opened up about stepping into such gargantuan shoes, while at the same time admitting that around 5% of Rogue One‘s music comes from John Williams.

Michael Giacchino made this admission while chatting with Entertainment Weekly about his work on Rogue One, while also revealing that John Williams’ past work on the likes of Jaws, Superman, Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park inspired his own career as a composer. Talking about the likes of John Williams’ Star Wars music in Rogue One, Michael Giacchino…


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