Just think about the music that you associate with the film - or, more appropriately in some cases, start singing as your battling your pal with a lightsaber made of beer cans - and there's only one man you have to thank for it.
"J.J. Abrams is preparing one now that I will hopefully do next year for him", said Williams.
Williams, whose career spans nearly six decades and over 350 projects, appeared on classic public radio station KUSC talked about his work on the Star Wars franchise and believes one of the biggest plot points in The Last Jedi might not be as it seems. "So, I really think it's great in the movie, but yeah, I could quite happily, I'd be very happy to extend Snoke's life for sure", said Serkis.
The 53-year-old actor first starred as the galactic villain in J. J. Abrams" 2015 "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and reprised his role last year in "The Last Jedi' - helmed by Rian Johnson - where he was shockingly killed by his apprentice Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).
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In recent years, the composer has handed the reins over to other composers: in 2016, Michael Giacchino composed the music for Rogue One, andJohn Powell will score this year's Solo: A Star Wars Story. I think anything's possible in a Star Wars movie.
"I've been asked to not shed anything, should we want to bring him back in any way whether [in a] prequel or whatever", Serkis said.
"It's a great character, and I'd be keen", Serkis told THR. You walk out of the studio and, "Ah, it's finished"'.
"Now I don't have an impulse to go to the theatre and look at it", he added. It's probably the most popular music that I've done'.