Things We Saw Today: Try Not to Tear Up at Michael Giacchino’s Rogue One Score
Michael Giacchino might’ve only had four and a half weeks to write the score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but judging from this highlight he didn’t waste a single moment. The two songs in the clip are “Her Path is Clear” and “Approach to Eadu” and much like director Gareth Edwards, it’s a bit hard not to tear up listening to them.
- Nerdist has compiled a list of Star Wars all-ages books just in time for the holidays!
- James Franco has been cast in a “key role” for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant. (via Blastr)
- Westworld’s queer representation is a lot to dissect, but i09 reminds us it’s important to not overlook the sexuality of one key character. Kotaku also has some very pressing Westworld questions about robots and their digestive systems. We need answers!
- Zack Snyder fit in some time direct The Last Photograph after Justice League 2 was pushed back for Affleck’s The Batman. (via ScreenCrush)
Nelson Carvajal asks what would happen if George Lucas’ prequel trilogy were re-imagined as “a haunting biopic told through the eyes of Queen Padmé Amidala, much in the style of the historical biopic Jackie.”
That’s it for what we saw today! What did you see?
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