The release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is getting close, so before it happens, we have the score of the movie. If you give a search on For Your Consideration awards site, you will see listed twenty-three full tracks from the film, which you can play and rate. Some of the tracks are not registered, and besides this, you won’t have a name for each record.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any spoilers to give about the tracks, or even to try to find something from the track’s name. Naming the song will give away information about what is happening in the movie, so in general, fans don’t want spoilers. We also know that John Williams, who composed the music for all the nine films Skywalker, is the one scoring the actual one.
Besides this, his brother, Don Williams, is the one who said that The Rise of Skywalker would have all the themes from the Star Wars franchise.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Score Rolled Out On The Internet
Don Williams explains that all the themes that we know from the franchise – Leia, the Darth, Yoda, the Phantom, all of them will be into the movie. Of course, what is more exciting is the fact that the themes won’t be in plain sight; every fan has to look for them.
The composer of the musical theme is nominated for eighteen Grammys for Star Wars. The nominalization starts from the original film in 1977, for the sequel and the 2015 Star Wars – The Force Awakens.
Finally, Williams is one of the few people that could elevate the scenes, that could understand the emotions, the conflict, the dynamics, and every action of the movie, the same as an actor does. Stay tuned for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that will launch on December 20th in theaters.