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Evidence has been piling up recently that a new Indiana Jones movie is on its way at some point, and Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy is implying that it has its place on the production schedule, even if we still don’t know exactly where that is.
Over the course of only a few years in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s >Harrison Ford picked up two roles that would make him one of the biggest box office draws in history.
If you're concerned about the future of the Indiana Jones franchise, there's at least one thing you don't have to worry about: Harrison Ford will not be recast, and here's why.
If you've been holding your breath for Indiana Jones 5, we've got some news, and it looks like you could be holding on for quite a while.
It seems like the Internet has collectively decided that Chris Pratt will play Indiana Jones in Lucasfilm's upcoming reboot. When Pratt was on Jimmy Kimmel Live the other night promoting Jurassic World, the topic came up again.
A new charity-inspired parody for the upcoming Red Nose Day TV special with Anna Kendrick takes the upcoming gender-swap treatment of Ghostbusters and gives us a glimpse of the Pitch Perfect 2 star's take on a key scene from the Indiana Jones films.
If I had to wager, I’m think that Kennedy and Lucasfilm will want to get Star Wars up and running before they shift gears to Indy. But with The Force Awakens dropping in months, and directors on board for the next two films at least – in Rian Johnson and Gareth Edwards – serious Indiana Jones conversations can’t be too far off.
Between Age of Adaline and the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, Harrison Ford is having a pretty solid week, so what better time to countdown some of our favorite characters he's played over the years.
When a rumor implied that Chris Pratt could take over as Indiana Jones, fans were already sizing the Guardians of the Galaxy star up for a signature fedora and leather jacket. After those rumors digested for some time, the question of validity was posed to Guardians director, James Gunn, and let's just say he questions the validity.
I think it's fair to say we're all on the same page in that no one wants another Indiana Jones movie if it's not done right. Talk of Disney reviving the franchise -- with Star-Lord-himself Chris Pratt reportedly eyed to portray the adventurous archeologist -- has been swirling for weeks now, and the latest update is that Steven Spielberg wants to direct the picture... if the script is good.
Chris Pratt is the new Harrison Ford…in a sense. But when talk emerged of him being eyed to headline a new reboot of the daredevil archaeologist, the Internet went up in a blaze of glory. So, will or he won’t he pick up the iconic hat and whip?
While it's safe to say his recent projects have been keeping him busy, Kingsman director, Matthew Vaughn still found some time to speculate on the potential of directing some very iconic franchises. We're talking “Wormie” and “Indy” big!
In case you haven't noticed, Chris Pratt has kind of become the biggest star in Hollywood. With lead roles in two of 2014's biggest hits - The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy - he has amassed a massive fanbase and demand, and that looks to continue this year with the release of Jurassic World.
Are you struggling to think of a Christmas gift for a movie-mad pal? Or how about an acquaintance that you don’t want to spend dozens of dollars on? Either way, the perfect present has been released and not only is it an ode to one of the greatest scenes in blockbuster movie history, but it’s also delightfully gross too.
The duo was asked about filming the notorious Flying Wing sequence after a Hollywood screening of their remade creation, Raiders of the Lost Ark: The New Version. Though reluctant at first, the team finally figured out how to raise enough money to build the Flying Wing, acquire costumes and extras to play Arab and Nazi soldiers, track down vintage trucks and piece together this sequence… just to blow it up in a fiery wreck.
Indiana Jones 5 is apparently finally going to happen, after several years of false starts, bogus rumors and alleged new casting announcements. And it looks like it's cinematographer Janusz Kaminski we have to thank for having a part in revealing that production on the fifth installment to the beloved franchise could soon become a reality.
Steven Soderbergh uses Raiders of the Lost Ark to teach a masterclass on the importance of scene staging in films. It's like going to film school without the awful tuition!
Go deep inside Industrial Light and Magic to see how they created the visual magic in films like Return of the Jedi and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom via this 1984 episode of Nova
Most of us love villains. Even if we root against them, deep down we can’t get enough of their nefarious little schemes and their incessant plotting. Done correctly, they can be the most memorable things about superhero/ gangster/ crime/ high school movies. But it’s time we took a step back and realized these sociopaths, murderers, assholes, douche bags, bitches and bloodsuckers don’t act alone.
This leads to what basically amounts to open season as far as casting rumors are concerned. Anybody could play Indiana Jones! Ergo, everyone can play Indiana Jones!