aviationJames Horner is scoring the upcoming documentary Aviation: The Invisible Highway. The movie is directed by filmmaker and pilot Brian J. Terwilliger (One Six Right) and tells the story about how the airplane has changed the world and how it affected our society by spreading culture, bringing together family and friends, and creating value for the global economy. Harrison Ford is narrating the documentary, which was filmed in 18 countries across all 7 continents. Horner is a pilot himself and part of a team known as The Horsemen, a trio of aerobatic pilots who fly in tribute to those who flew fighting for their country. The Academy Award-winning composer has previously written the an orchestral piece for the team, which has played at various air shows. Aviation: The Invisible Highway is set to be released in IMAX theaters in 2015. For updates on the film, visit the official movie website.

As previously reported, also coming up for Horner is Gabriele Muccino’s drama Fathers and Daughters starring Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried & Aaron Paul.

  1. tiago says:

    The more James Horner, better!

  2. Matt C. says:

    I am so excited for this project! I cannot wait to hear what James Horner does with this! IMAX is awesome and I know he did a great job with the music for the Horsemen. I am beyond thrilled!

  3. Justin Boggan says:

    The more 1908’s Horner, the better.

    The more 1990’s Horner, kind of better.

    The more 2000’s Horner, eh, not so much.

    The 2010’s Horner, I can’t get excited.

    • Justin Boggan says:

      Obviously I meant to type “1980’s” up there…

  4. David Jorbin says:

    Is anyone going to the Horner Titanic concert in London in 2015 ?