Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by Buzz Bumble, Dec 13, 2002.
A tiny bit of news on the Indy IV movie from ComingSoon.net ...
According to a rumour on AintItCool.com the next Indy adventure is called:
Indiana Jones and the Opal of the Mer-man Prince
Believe it or not!
So if that title is real, Lightsabres actually work?........lol
Harrison Ford was joking with that title. This is from IESB.net ...
The interview is only about 1 minute long and doesn't say anything that's not in the article above.
A tiny bit more from ComingSoon.net ...
Sounds like maybe they are still arguing over details to me.
From ComingSoon.net ...
He'll use a stunt double fer sure Insurance companies wouldn't let him do it all....
Some rumours via SciFi.com ...
Almost seems like we should have had 3 more Indy movies by now - the way this has dragged on.
And Sean Connery said forget this, and won't be doing this movie. He said in an interview with a New Zealand newspaper, the actor says he has no time for the "idiots" now making films in Hollywood.
If he's gonna pick movies like "The Avengers" and "League of Extraordinary Gentleman", then yeah, he should quit making movies.
The last excellent movies he made were "Hunt for Red October" and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade". Those movies are 15 years old.
Indy Jones in 3D!?!?
This is from ComingSoon.net ...
3D has always seemed gimicky to me. I have the feeling like they're making up for an inferior product by doing something to distract you. Although, at some point, you've got to figure that movies will eventually evolve beyond being 2D (ala the home movies that Tom Cruise watches in Minority Report).
I don't think he means true 3D (as in Spy Kids, put the funny glasses on now). It's probably the same '3D-erisation' process that George Lucas is planning to put the Star Wars movies through ... but, having said that, it is still a bit of a gimmick, similar to releasing some normal movies in IMAX versions (using a similar 'IMAX-isation' process).
Spielberg is taking the year off.
Writer Jeff Nathanson has been replaced by writer David Koepp.
Harrison Ford turns 64 in July.
I wish they would have stopped after 3
Technically they have stopped after three ... until four actually hits the movie screen.
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