16 July 2009 at 14:18 GMT
Scheduling dilemmas pending, composer John Williams will score the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows films, according to a new interview with Harry Potter producer David Heyman. At a recent press event Heyman noted that Warner Bros. were in talks with Williams, and that the barring any scheduling conflicts, the composer would return to the franchise.
Maestro composer John Williams scored the first three ‘Potter’ films, while Patrick Doyle scored the fourth, and Nicholas Hooper the fifth and sixth. Reports have also surfaced that Nicholas Hooper has chosen to leave the franchise, and wishes for Williams to return.
Williams is slated to score Steven Spielberg’s 2011 films, Tintin (currently in post-production) and Lincoln. Please note that at this stage, nothing is confirmed. We will endeavour to update you with any new information.