Legendary composer John Williams, who scored the first three “Harry Potter” films, will be honored with a special award bearing his name.
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The Saturn Awards nominations are out and “Potter” alumni are up!
Often overlooked as nothing more than a humble beginning, “Sorcerer’s Stone” is by far the most underrated adaptation in the “Potter” franchise.
John Williams, the composer for the first three “Harry Potter” films, won his 24th Grammy this year, making him the current seventh biggest Grammy winner of all time.
Don’t have plans this Friday night? Even if you do, UK readers may want to tune their radios to “Witches, Wizards, Magic and Spells”, a special BBC concert program during which James and Oliver Phelps present an evening of magical music.