‘Indiana Jones 5’ adds Phoebe Waller-Bridge as its female lead, John Williams doing score. This is happening, huh?
Well, it appears that Phoebe Waller-Bridge has joined the cast of Indiana Jones 5 and John Williams will be doing its score. I gotta confess, I forgot this shit is happening, and I sort of really wish it wasn’t. No Spielberg. Old-as-fuck Ford. Just, I don’t know. Let glorious, sleeping dogs lie.
John Williams sounds like a dude who is up and fucking done with Star Wars, after Episode IX. Hard to blame the dude, who has been involved with the franchise for forty-plus years.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ getting theme from John Williams, but Kathleen Kennedy will probably fire him
Get it?! ‘Cause Kathleen Kennedy is a fucking wrecking ball, taking out all sorts of talent at Lucasfilm?! Most maddeningly to me, the original directors of Solo! Get it?! Eh!? Am I bitter? Yup!
File this one under what *really* should be a category around here, given the frequency with which I reference it: reasons Ian should have a record player.
John Williams is still alive? Are we sure he isn’t in cryogenic storage, and they unfreeze him whenever they need to pose him as he “composes” another Lucasfilm movie? Are you sure? ‘Cause I ain’t.
Some Rogue One news up in the house! Exciting! Now we’re getting standalone news and my tip is titillated. Word has come out that the movie is being scored by Desplat, and not John Williams.
Here’s some fucking Star Wars: The Force Awakens
non-news. John Williams has officially recorded music for Episode VII‘s teaser trailer. Doesn’t do anything for you? It’s like those chaps Fall Out Guys said in that one song: I don’t care if you don’t care ’cause Pete Wendy’s dick. And if you didn’t think this excites me, I have the crapped-pants and the remnants of the wall I ran through to prove it.
J. Willy is in the fucking house, folks! The iconic composer has been confirmed to score the next trilogy in the Star Wars saga, and here is hoping he drops more than one memorable tune in these next three movies. ‘Cause yeah, all I remember is the uber-dope “Duel of the Fates.”
This just feels right, no? J-Daddy Lensflare expects the master of all Star Wars tunage to be returning to the franchise for Episode VII. While I’ve thought Williams has been sort of mailing it in the past couple of works (heresy, I know, whatever), just the idea of having the man behind the iconic score(s) makes me a bit wet in the slop-house.