STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER's Runtime Possible Revealed Along With Some Potential SPOILERS

Don Williams, the brother of composter Jon Williams, is also working on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and in a new interview, he seemingly drops some big details about the highly anticipated movie...

Don Williams is a conductor, composer and percussionist who has worked with his brother Jon on a regular basis over the years, hence why he was part of a Jurassic Park panel for the Academy of Scoring Arts this past weekend. After being asked about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Williams dropped some very interesting details about the movie...including its runtime! 

"Jon's started up with another Star Wars," he explains in the video below. "We started our last week. He's got a 135 minutes worth of music to write. Okay, so that kind of tells you how long the film is [laughs]. It is top to bottom music. We've done four days. We just scratched the surface. I think we've got something like 34 minutes in the can at this point."

With that in mind, there's a very good chance that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be between two and a half and three hours long. Don then went on to drop some hints about what to expect.
 
"I can tell you that every theme that you ever heard is going to be compiled into this last effort. Every one. Leia. Yoda. The Phantom. Darth. All of it. It's going to be in there. And in his usual style, he hides them. You gotta go look for them. You'll find them, but you gotta go look for them."
"You'll be sitting there watching the film go by. 'Oop, there is it. There's two bars of it.' And it grabs you. It takes you away," he concluded, possibly hinting that we'll see those characters in the film...

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