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Why no James Newton Howard   Wednesday, October 14, 2020 (10:14 p.m.) 

After such a successful score in the first film, why was he not brought back for the second? He knocked it out of the park with the first one.

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Re: Why no James Newton Howard   Friday, October 30, 2020 (7:51 a.m.) 

> After such a successful score in the first film, why was he not brought
> back for the second? He knocked it out of the park with the first one.

The director had worked with Zanelli on the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film, so maybe he wanted to continue that collaboration. Also, JNH is probably a good bit more expensive than Zanelli, so Disney won't have minded that.


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