‘Rogue One’ News & Update: Michael Giacchino Completed The Score In Almost Five Weeks
For a while now there have been rumors about the issue-ridden production one of the most talked about films of the year, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story". Earlier this year there were talks about extensive reshoots of the film's most important sequences with director Tony Gilroy (Michael Clayton), alongside director Gareth Edwards. Re-shooting some sequences may be a bit turn down for fans.
Doing re-shoots have become a now usual part of the film making process, a while back another big budget film was shot that did quite well throughout the globe - "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". And now Disney and Lucasfilm are just doing it right away. There is one portion of this process where "Rogue One" has undergone some major changes, which seems to be a less ideal scenario.
Composer Alexandre Desplat left the project in September, a mere three months before the film's release, leaving Rogue One without a composer or original score. Lucasfilm and Disney moved quickly, hiring Oscar-winning Inside Out and Jurassic World composer Michael Giacchino to schedule things according to him, and he was given every composer's nightmare deadline too.
However, it is discovered that things have gone quiet well. The director quoted during a recent interview that his major focus has remained onto bringing in the new things rather than focusing on Desplat's separation from the film.
"So honestly, I don't know anything about it other than what was purportedly, you know, 'schedule issues.'... With that amount of time left, I was like, 'I don't want to get wrapped up in any sort of gossip or figuring out what was wrong when all we really need to do right now is figure out how do we just get accomplished what we have to get accomplished?", explained Michael. "Rogue One" will hit theatres on