STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

John Williams

With the help of new and unexpected allies, the Resistance must find the will and the way to defeat the First Order in a final battle for freedom.

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Every time a “Star Wars” film comes out and John Williams does the score, he gets nominated. The man now has 52 Academy Award nominations. Needless to say, he will not be winning his sixth Oscar this year, as the scores for “1917” and “Joker” are the front-runners. In fact, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” is unlikely to win any of the categories it is nominated in. Best Visual Effects is led by “1917” and “Avengers: Endgame” while Best Sound Editing is led by “1917” and “Ford v Ferrari.”

John Williams

1967 (40th)Best Score“Valley of the Dolls”NOMINEE
1969 (42nd)Best Original Score“The Reivers”NOMINEE
1969 (42nd)Best Score (Musical Picture)“Goodbye, Mr. Chips”NOMINEE
1971 (44th)Best Adaptation and Original Song Score“Fiddler on the Roof”WON
1972 (45th)Best Original Dramatic Score“images”NOMINEE
1972 (45th)Best Original Dramatic Score“The Poseidon Adventure”NOMINEE
1973 (46th)Best Original Dramatic Score“Cinderella Liberty”NOMINEE
1973 (46th)Best Song“Cinderella Liberty”NOMINEE
1973 (46th)Best Adaptation and Original Song Score“Tom Sawyer”NOMINEE
1974 (47th)Best Original Dramatic Score“The Towering Inferno”NOMINEE
1975 (48th)Best Original Score“Jaws”WON
1977 (50th)Best Original Score“Close Encounters of the Third Kind”NOMINEE
1977 (50th)Best Original Score“Star Wars”WON
1978 (51st)Best Original Score“Superman”NOMINEE
1980 (53rd)Best Original Score“The Empire Strikes Back”NOMINEE
1981 (54th)Best Original Score“Raiders of the Lost Ark”NOMINEE
1982 (55th)Best Original Score“E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”WON
1982 (55th)Best Original Song“Yes, Giorgio”NOMINEE
1983 (56th)Best Original Score“Return of the Jedi”NOMINEE
1984 (57th)Best Original Score“Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”NOMINEE
1984 (57th)Best Original Score“The River”NOMINEE
1987 (60th)Best Original Score“Empire of the Sun”NOMINEE
1987 (60th)Best Original Score“The Witches of Eastwick”NOMINEE
1988 (61st)Best Original Score“The Accidental Tourist”NOMINEE
1989 (62nd)Best Original Score“Born on the Fourth of July”NOMINEE
1989 (62nd)Best Original Score“Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”NOMINEE
1990 (63rd)Best Original Score“Home Alone”NOMINEE
1990 (63rd)Best Original Song“Home Alone”NOMINEE
1991 (64th)Best Original Score“JFK”NOMINEE
1991 (64th)Best Original Song“Hook”NOMINEE
1993 (66th)Best Original Score“Schindler’s List”WON
1995 (68th)Best Original Dramatic Score“Nixon”NOMINEE
1995 (68th)Best Original Musical or Comedy Score“Sabrina”NOMINEE
1995 (68th)Best Original Song“Sabrina”NOMINEE
1996 (69th)Best Original Dramatic Score“Sleepers”NOMINEE
1997 (70th)Best Original Dramatic Score“Amistad”NOMINEE
1998 (71st)Best Original Dramatic Score“Saving Private Ryan”NOMINEE
1999 (72nd)Best Original Score“Angela’s Ashes”NOMINEE
2000 (73rd)Best Original Score“The Patriot”NOMINEE
2001 (74th)Best Original Score“A.I. Artificial Intelligence”NOMINEE
2001 (74th)Best Original Score“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”NOMINEE
2002 (75th)Best Original Score“Catch Me If You Can”NOMINEE
2004 (77th)Best Original Score“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”NOMINEE
2005 (78th)Best Original Score“Memoirs of a Geisha”NOMINEE
2005 (78th)Best Original Score“Munich”NOMINEE
2011 (84th)Best Original Score“The Adventures of Tintin”NOMINEE
2011 (84th)Best Original Score“War Horse”NOMINEE
2012 (85th)Best Original Score“Lincoln”NOMINEE
2013 (86th)Best Original Score“The Book Thief”NOMINEE
2015 (88th)Best Original Score“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”NOMINEE
2017 (90th)Best Original Score“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”NOMINEE

Matthew Wood | David Acord

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Matthew Wood

2007 (80th)Best Sound Editing“There Will Be Blood”NOMINEE
2008 (81st)Best Sound Editing“WALL-E”NOMINEE
2015 (88th)Best Sound Editing“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”NOMINEE
2017 (90th)Best Sound Editing“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”NOMINEE

David Acord

2015 (88th)Best Sound Editing“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”NOMINEE
2017 (90th)Best Sound Editing“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”NOMINEE

Roger Guyett | Neal Scanlan | Patrick Tubach | Dominic Tuohy

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Roger Guyett

2004 (77th)Best Visual Effects“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”NOMINEE
2009 (82nd)Best Visual Effects“Star Trek”NOMINEE
2013 (86th)Best Visual Effects“Star Trek Into Darkness”NOMINEE
2015 (88th)Best Visual Effects“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”NOMINEE
2018 (91st)Best Visual Effects“Ready Player One”NOMINEE

Neal Scanlan

1995 (68th)Best Visual Effects“Babe”WON
2015 (88th)Best Visual Effects“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”NOMINEE
2017 (90th)Best Visual Effects“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”NOMINEE
2018 (91st)Best Visual Effects“Solo: A Star Wars Story”NOMINEE

Patrick Tubach

2013 (86th)Best Visual Effects“Star Trek Into Darkness”NOMINEE
2015 (88th)Best Visual Effects“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”NOMINEE
2018 (91st)Best Visual Effects“Solo: A Star Wars Story”NOMINEE

Dominic Tuohy

2018 (91st)Best Visual Effects“Solo: A Star Wars Story”NOMINEE

RELEASE DATE
December 20, 2019

DIRECTOR
J. J. Abrams

SCREENPLAY
Chris Terrio
J. J. Abrams
Derek Connolly
Colin Trevorrow

BASED ON
Characters
by George Lucas

STUDIO
Walt Disney Pictures

PG-13
(for sci-fi violence and action)

ACTION
ADVENTURE
FANTASY
SCI-FI

142 minutes

OSCARS CHALLENGE
Viewed on February 9, 2020
Streamed on MacBook Pro

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