Many of us are still coming out of the foggy haze of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, so the news that Indiana Jones 5 begins principal photography next April has us a little shook.
Once upon a time, Steve Spielberg and George Lucas teamed up to create a loving tribute to the movie serials of the thirties and forties. Who knew it would spark a decades-long multimedia property? Woudja believe eleven-year-old future Major Spoilers EIC Stephen? Plus: All your submarine questions answered, once and for all! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of (deep breath) Marvel Movie Spotlight Featuring Raiders Of The Lost Ark #1 awaits!
We’ve been weeks for the Patrick Schoenmaker Indiana Jones fan film, and today, as the month comes to an end, it is finally here!
Earlier this week you could have heard a pin drop during everyone’s initial reaction to news that Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford were returning for another Indiana Jones movie. At the time there was no word on who would be writing the script, but now we know it won’t be George Lucas.
When cameras start rolling for the fifth Indiana Jones installment, Harrison Ford will be 74 years old, but he won’t be the oldest Indiana Jones.
Disney announced today that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are returning for a fifth Indiana Jones movie, that is scheduled to arrive on July 19, 2019.
When it comes to robbing graves while seeking fortune and glory, two archeologists rise above all others – Lara Croft and Indiana Jones. But when it comes to the actual job, one has to wonder if Lara’s constant gunfire, or Indiana’s constant screaming for Marion to shut her eyes, get in the way of the job. If there are questions about their methods, then there must be a question about who is the better collector of rare artifacts? VOTE! Thanks to Silvergray for submitting this week’s Poll of the Week!
In Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Dr. Jones and his companions were tasked with retrieving the Sankara Stones that had been stolen by a evil cult. While Indiana was successful, turns out the stones have been stolen again.
Totally missed this on Friday (don’t ask, don’t tell policy in place big time on that one), but in its further attempts to acquire a monopoly over my entire childhood, Disney has acquired the rights to Indiana Jones from Paramount Pictures.
I clearly remember when ‘Indiana Jones and The Crystal Skull’ came out, as the sound of Stephen’s eyes rolling about the alien subplot actually caused small tremors across the entire Midwestern United States. Thankfully, it’s been nearly five years, which should allow his simmering rage to have subsided enough for me to finally ask a question regarding a certain controversial plot point. (Also, I only caught the thing on cable recently…) When I remember the events of the first three films, I recall Mola Ram and his magical potions, an immortal knight, endless vengeful spirits from within the Ark, and…
I’ve spoken at length about my love for all things Indiana Jones. Sitting in that movie theater back in 1981 is what triggered my desire to seek a film degree. Though I would love to see more adventures of my favorite archeologists with a whip, Harrison Ford is just aging way too fast for any more films to surface. Which is why I love what Patrick Schoenmaker is doing with his workup of the character in cartoon form.