‘How Composer John Williams Found that the ‘Indiana Jones’ Sequel Was His Own Destiny’ (LA Times Article)

Now in his 10th decade, Williams had nothing left to prove and no obligation to score a new Indiana Jones film. For the first time, his forever-collaborator Steven Spielberg wasn’t even directing. So why get back in the saddle?

“Very frankly,” Williams says, “I thought to myself: Well, I really don’t want somebody else to do that. It was like when I was doing ‘Star Wars,’ you know. I thought: If I can possibly do it, I should try to do it.”

In other words: Just like Harrison Ford, no one else should wear that hat.

Full article at the Los Angeles Times (spoilers at the end)