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John Williams To Begin Scoring Star Wars: Episode VIII

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News video: John Williams To Begin Scoring Star Wars: Episode VIIIWhile the upcoming Star Wars Rogue One will be without a traditional score from legendary composer John Williams, have no fear, he's starting to score Star Wars Episode VIII this month. The film is still over a year away from its release date, but Williams is anxious to get a head start. He'll begin scoring the theme song this month and then he plans to record the song on and off throughout March and April of 2017.

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