Composer John Williams makes music for film Steven Spielberg
Composer John Williams is once again providing the music for a film by director Steven Spielberg. The 85-year-old Williams did this in the past half-century for almost all the films of Spielberg. But two years back he had to for health reasons, to refrain from the thriller Bridge of Spies.
Williams, the soundtrack for The Papers, which at the end of this year.
Spielberg is currently working on two films. In addition to The Papers will also appear in the sci-fi thriller Ready Player One, who in march will be released in cinemas will be his, of his hand. That movie is done by Back to the Future and Forrest Gump composer Alan Silvestri.
Williams comes to the two titles to do so, reports trade magazine Variety on Saturday. Silverstri and Spielberg know each other for decades; Spielberg was a producer attached to the Back to the Future trilogy.
Spielberg and Williams have made together over the past forty years 27 movies. Some of the famous soundtracks composer of the music for Spielberg made Jaws, E. T., Schindler’s List, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Jurassic Park. For the first three films received Williams an Oscar.
In addition, it was the American composer responsible for the music of classics such as Superman, Harry Potter, Home Alone and Star Wars.