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"I'll be right here."
You know what need right here? A whole box of tissues, darn you Williams!!!
Aaaand now I'm really crying.
ET is almost home and I am almost crying.
My camera didn't focus sadly, but this is the part where the bikes take off.
They played the last reel of ET, while the orchestra played the music live.
And now here are THOUSANDS of people waving lightsabers during the Star Wars music. I have never seen anything like this before.
Aaaand a few more...
...And a few more...
...a few lightsabers pop up in the crowd of 17,300+...
The choir starts to sing "Duel of the Fates" and everyone nearly dies from nerdgasm.
Singing the theme from Amistad, one of my favorites.
We've got a choir!!
Aaaand exit Shaham and Williams...
I think this was when Shaham was playing "Laura's Theme" and the screen was showing a bunch of Hollywood's most beautiful leading ladies.
Don't mind me, I"ll just be the solo violinist for JOHN WILLIAMS.
He was so expressive and fun to watch.
GIL SHAHAM is on stage too!! AUUUGGHHH!
Playing cool swordfighting music to a montage of swordfights.
Guys...it's John Williams...he's talking to us...we're in the same venue as he is...NERD ALERT!!
OK so you can't really tell, but the stage is on the left, there was a bright white cross all lit up, which is the bright thing on the left, and the round bright thing to the right full moon. What a setting!
Edward Shearmur is an English composer who's written scores for Cruel Intentions, Miss Congeniality, the 2002 Count of Monte Cristo, Johnny English, Sky Captain, and Charlie's Angels 2.