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John Williams ready to quit scoring ‘Star Wars’flims
    2018-03-09  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

COMPOSER John Williams has no doubt that “Star Wars” films will go on indefinitely now that the franchise is owned by Disney, but it sounds like he’s over scoring them.

The iconic 86-year-old composer recently told radio station KUSC that he planned to score the upcoming Episode IX, but then he wants to be done.

“We know J.J. Abrams is preparing one now for next year that I will hopefully do for him, and I look forward to it,” Williams said. “It will round out a series of nine and be quite enough for me.”

The Oscar-winning living legend said when he scored “A New Hope” in 1977, he had no idea there would be more films, “so it’s developed in the most amazing way.”

With a career spanning more than six decades, Williams has composed some of the most popular scores in film history, including the “Star Wars” series, “Indiana Jones” series, “Harry Potter” series and “Superman.”(SD-Agencies)

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