The latest Star Wars:The Awakening of force, directed by JJ Abrams opens today. Since it was put on sale tickets, a little over a month, the reserves have reached 500,000, an impressive figure for any movie. According to Spielberg, the film can be the best film that has never been filmed and will surely surpass Avatar, a film that has grossed more money in film history, with more than 2.7 billion dollars.
Using the pull of the series, Apple has just put on sale the soundtrack to the movie in iTunes, which consists of 23 tracks and lasts approximately 70 minutes. Again this soundtrack was composed by John Williams. But if you do not want to pay the $12 it costs, users of Apple Music can also play it through our subscription to Apple Music.
John Williams is one of the composers most successful film industry in Hollywood. In his 60 year career, he has composed music for over 100 films and television series. Some of the most famous soundtracks are Williams Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, Artificial Intelligence, Schindler’s List, Jaws, ET.
Taking advantage of the release, Apple is offering a $10 discount if you buy the pack of Star Wars films, composed of the first six episodes. Disney has done all that has been in his hand until the day the world premiere no information related to the film was leaked and has continuously probed social networks looking for any evidence of spoiler. Reserve your copy for $19.99 on both iTunes and Google Play and $14.99 on Microsoft Windows Store for the HD version.