LOS ANGELES - Disney and Lucasfilm released a casting announcement this morning that has many die-hard Star Wars fans scratching their heads. Aaron Fullan, a relatively unknown actor from Clinton, IA, has found himself skyrocketing to stardom with his breakout role as "Bebok the Ewok." Here is Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy's statement regarding the unexpected casting:
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So far, so good!
Iowan Composer Arranges Star Wars Suite In Honor Of John Williams' 88th Birthday, Garners Surprise Attention From Star Wars Orchestrator
Aaron Fullan is defying the odds and pursuing a career in film scoring from the unlikely Midwest. And by all appearances, it's finally starting to pay off. Read his comments below about this most recent development:
William Ross, award-winning composer and orchestrator (who just so happens to work very closely with THE John Williams), sure knows how to make a guy's day...
Composer Aaron Fullan Partners With Telepictures Music/Warner Bros. To Release New Album Of Epic Music
Had you asked me this time last year if I thought I would be working for a company under the Warner Bros. Entertainment umbrella in 2019, I would've said, "Not a chance." But thanks to the amazing folks at Telepictures Music in Burbank (and an even more amazing God!), my expectations were proven wrong. They took a chance on me and I couldn't be more grateful.
I know. I didn't believe it when I first heard it, either. But this is not a drill. It's 100% true.
Hallmark Channel has done it again, folks...
BURBANK - Apparently, Disney World isn't the only place where dreams come true. For Aaron Fullan, his dream came true in the middle of Iowa's vast cornfields. Aaron, a film composer from Clinton, IA recently signed...
When people ask me why I’m pro-life, my immediate response is “because each human life is precious and valuable - from conception to the grave!” But the deeper question that must be addressed by each of us is this: Why does every human life have value?
Many people know that Iowa produces a lot of corn. But composers? That's a stretch...Or is it?