18 February 2013 7:07 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

In all the endless speculation and debating we've been doing about future Star Wars movies since Disney bought Lucasfilm last fall, one of the most satisfying and hard to solve has been this: Who should score the new films, John Williams or Michael Giacchino? Williams, of course, is the original composer of the iconic Star Wars theme (along with a million other amazing scores), while Giacchino is the longtime collaborator with Star Wars Episode VII director J.J. Abrams, another Oscar winner who has created enduring music for the likes of Star Trek, Up and TV's Lost. There are strong arguments for both, but in the end it's probably Williams's decision; he's the most famous composer in the world and the inventor of all the familiar Star Wars themes, so he ought to at least have right of first refusal. And based on what he's been saying lately, Williams isn't »

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