Star Wars and Jaws composer John Williams is to be given a lifetime achievement award at the Classic Brit awards in October.
The five-time Oscar-winner has composed famous scores for movies such as Indiana Jones, Superman, Schindler's List, Home Alone, Jurassic Park and the first three Harry Potter films.
Born in New York, the 80-year-old Hollywood musician has the second-highest number of Academy Award nominations in history after Walt Disney, with 47.
Andrea Bocelli and Nicola Benedetti are set to perform at the event hosted by Myleene Klass on ITV1, which takes place at London's Royal Albert Hall on 2 October.
Nominations for the 13th annual awards will be announced on 6 September at the Savoy hotel.
Co-chairman of the Classic Brit awards committee, Dickon Stainer, told the BBC: "John Williams has crafted some of the most memorable film scores for over half a century."
Williams has also won four Golden Globes, seven Baftas and 21 Grammy awards in his lifetime.
At last year's event, James Bond composer John Barry, who died last year, was honoured posthumously with an outstanding contribution to music award.