This was confirmed on Monday by Sylvia Patrycia who was James ‘s assistant. She said “we have lost an amazing person, a talented person and died doing his best job” through posting it on her social media Facebook.
James died at the age of 61 years in a plane crash within a remote area about 60 miles near Santa Barbara piloting within the small air craft that is registered in his name though his pilot at that time is not identified as yet officials say.
For his work on the 1997 best pictures winner “Titanic” directed by James Cameroon, Horner captured the Oscar for original dramatic score and he also got another Academy Award for the original song of “My heart will go on” he wrote that was sang by Celine Dion.
His score for Titanic sold 27 million copies worldwide and Horner earned 10 Oscar nominations in all and also received nominations for ‘An American Tail’ , Field of Dream, Apollo 13 and House of Sand &Fog.
James has more films that include; Amazing Spider Man (2012), Troy (2004), How the Grinch stole Christmas (2000) and many others.
Horner has three films that are soon to be released that include; “South paw” ( boxing drama) that features Jake Gyllenhaaland and McAdams it is to be released in July, “Wolf Totem” that is to be released in September and The ‘33’ a drama based on the 2010 Mining disaster in Chile that is set for November this year.
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