John Williams Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Theme

This morning, Disney Parks announced a slew of new updates from D23’s Destination D Mickey Mouse Fan Celebration, but the best stuff is obviously for the upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge expansion that will be opening at Disneyland next summer and Disney World next fall. We already know this place is going to be decked out like a real planet in the Star Wars galaxy, but another incredible piece of the saga’s history will be coming with it.

John Williams has composed new music for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and the theme he created for the Disney attraction has been released online. You can hear the John Williams Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge theme below, and find out a few new details about the various attractions coming to Disney Parks. This is going to be a hell of an experience. Read More »

John Williams Across the Stars

Aside from lightsabers, lightspeed and the light side of the Force, there’s one thing that truly makes the saga episodes of Star Wars special, and that’s the music of John Williams. The brilliant composer has written music for Star Wars that is famous around the world, even to those who haven’t seen the movies. The orchestral arrangements that John Williams creates for Star Wars are so good that even his work on the prequels is incredible. Now Williams has created a new arrangement of one of the signature themes from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, and it’s absolutely beautiful. Read More »

fallen kingdom theme

John Williams‘ Jurassic Park music is iconic. And while no one can come close to capturing the magic of Williams’ music, Michael Giacchino is a great composer in his own right. Giacchino is handling the music for the new Jurassic World sequel, and you can hear his Fallen Kingdom theme below.

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Solo A Star Wars Story Imperial March

This weekend’s release of Solo: A Star Wars Story has one huge surprise that will blow fans away (and if you already know what we’re talking about, you can read more about it over here but beware of spoilers!). But Solo also has another tidbit that might go unnoticed. Or if you did notice it, you might not have realized how odd it was. What we’re talking about is a certain musical cue from the Solo: A Star Wars Story score.

Beware of very mild spoilers for the first act of Solo: A Star Wars Story below. Read More »

solo soundtrack

Composer John Powell has revealed the tracklist for his Solo: A Star Wars Story soundtrack, and we’re here to obsess over the titles. There’s some stuff to unpack here, but best of all, there’s a track called “Lando’s Closet.” Hell. Yes. See the Solo soundtrack track titles below.

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Star Wars The Last Jedi Music-Only

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this special Star Wars: The Last Jedi edition, director Rian Johnson breaks down a scene from the sci-fi saga sequel. Plus, a featurette takes a closer look at the Star Wars The Last Jedi music-only version of the film available to watch on digital, and discover some of the biggest revelations from The Last Jedi novelization recently released. Read More »

Star Wars The Last Jedi Music-Only Cut

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available to bring home today on digital download. That means you can watch the movie as many times as you want, and also check out the feature-length documentary The Director and the Jedi that comes with it. But there’s another cool bonus feature that Rian Johnson only just revealed yesterday after the premiere of the aforementioned documentary at SXSW.

For fans who buy Star Wars: The Last Jedi, in any format, there will be a way to access a music-only cut of the movie. That means you’ll be able to watch a version of the movie that lets you hear only the Oscar-nominated score composed by John Williams as you watch. There’s no dialogue, sound effects or any of the extra audio that normally comes with it. Just that incredible score. Find out how to get the Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only cut below. Read More »

Star Wars Episode 9 Score John Williams

There’s no Star Wars without John Williams.

The legendary composer has been scoring the franchise since 1977, and his name has become synonymous with the soaring, indelible theme songs. But more than 40 years and eight films later, that long partnership may soon be over.

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The Princess Diarist - 2018 Grammy Winners

Last night saw the 2018 Grammy Awards air on CBS. Since that’s music’s biggest night, it’s not something we usually cover, but the Grammys also honor achievements in music from the world of cinema, as well as work that is cinema-adjacent.

Even though La La Land is old news to us by now, the Grammy Awards’ very different deadlines meant the Damien Chazelle musical ended up taking home the Grammy for both Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media and Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media. Meanwhile, the late Carrie Fisher and the great John Williams also took home awards.

Find out more about the (movie relevant!) 2018 Grammy winners below. Read More »

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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, John Williams conducts the orchestra during a recording session for the Star Wars: The Last Jedi score. Plus, learn how National Lampoon co-creator Doug Kenney changed the face of comedy forever, and see the amazing visual effects in the Best Picture winning Call Me By Your Name. Read More »