Steven Spielberg, one of his most important collaborators, will focus on John Williams, the composer who is known as the Maestro in the Movies. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Spielberg will be leading the project on the 90-year old five-time Oscar winner who is responsible for many of Hollywood's most iconic scores, including Jaws, Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park. The film's executive producers include Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, and Spielberg. Laurent Bouzereau, a renowned documentarian, is reportedly being filmed as the director. After 2022's The Fabelmans, which received a Golden Globe nomination as Best Original Score, Williams and Spielberg will collaborate (as producers) on the James Mangold-directed Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny. "Steven can be many things. He is a director, producer, studio head, writer, philanthropist and educator. Williams stated that he's not a man who can say "no" to anyone. You can't "retire" from music. It's just like breathing. It is your life. It's my life. Music is my life. "A day without music is a mistake." (Spielberg said, "I'd better get back to work to figure out what the hell it's doing next!"