James Horner Dead In Plane Crash

A plane belonging to famed film composer James Horner has crashed in Santa Barbara today, with the pilot killed on impact.

Multiple news outlets are now confirming that the 61-year-old composer was indeed the pilot. The crash started a one-acre brushfire and the cause is being investigated.

Horner is responsible for countless memorable scores such as “Aliens,” “Titanic,” “Avatar,” “Apollo 13,” “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,” “Sneakers,” “Braveheart,” “Commando,” “Cocoon,” Field of Dreams,” “A Beautiful Mind,” “The Mask of Zorro,” “Willow,” “The Name of the Rose,” “An American Tail,” “Glory,” “Patriot Games,” “48 Hrs,” “The Rocketeer,” “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Deep Impact,” “Legends of the Fall,” “Troy,” “Courage Under Fire,” “Ransom,” and “Jumanji”.

Horner’s last films were the upcoming Chilean miner drama “The 33” and the Jake Gyllenhaal-led boxing drama “Southpaw”.

Source: Variety