James Horner, the award-winning composer behind some of Hollywood's biggest films, died in a plane crash outside Santa Barbara on Monday, according to multiple reports.
Horner composed the music for more than 100 films, including "Titanic," "Avatar," "Field of Dreams," "Apollo 13," "Braveheart," "A Beautiful Mind" and two "Star Trek" movies. His work on "Titanic" earned him two Academy Awards, one for the film's score and one for its iconic theme song, "My Heart Wi...
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