Die archivierten Nachrichten aus der Rubrik "Aktuelles"...
George Lucas said Friday that filming of the long-awaited Indiana Jones 4 will begin next year with Harrison Ford set to star again. Lucas said he and Steven Spielberg recently finalized the script for the film.
"It's going to be fantastic. It's going to be the best one yet," the 62-year-old filmmaker said during a break from preparing for his duties as grand marshal of Monday's Rose Parade.
Exact film locations have not been decided yet, but Lucas said part of the movie will be shot in Los Angeles.
The fourth chapter of the "Indiana Jones" saga, which will hit theaters in May 2008, has been in development for over a decade with several screenwriters taking a crack at the script, but it only recently gained momentum.
Lucas kept mum about the plot, but said that the latest action flick will be a "character piece" that will include "very interesting mysteries."
"I think it's going to be really cool," Lucas said.
At the inaugural Rome Film Festival in October, the 64-year-old Ford said he was excited to team up with Lucas and Spielberg again for the fourth "Indiana Jones" installment. Ford said he was "fit to continue" to play the title role despite his age.
Ford played Indiana Jones in 1981's Raiders of the Lost Ark, 1984's Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
[...] According to Screenwriter Frank Darabont ("The Green Mile"), the fourth film was ready to go two years ago - until Lucas decided he didn’t like his script. Considering Steven Spielberg thought the script was the best Jaunt Indy had had since "Raiders of the Lost Ark", it sounds like Uncle George needs his head read.
"That was terrifically frustrating", Darabont said in an exclusive interview with CHUD. "I worked for over a year on that; I worked very close with Steven Spielberg. He was ecstatic with the result and was ready to shoot it two years ago. He was very, very happy with the script and said it was the best draft of anything since Raiders of the Lost Ark. That’s really high praise and gave me a real sense of accomplishment, especially when you love the material you’re working on as much as I love the Indiana Jones films."
Lucas then came to Darabont and stuck a stake through his script.
"Lucas read it and said, ‘Yeah, I don’t think so, I don’t like it.’ And then he resets it to zero when Spielberg is ready to shoot it that coming year, [which] is a real kick to the nuts. You can only waste so much time and so many years of your life on experiences like that, you can only get so emotionally invested and have the rug pulled out from under you before you say enough of that." [...]
Harrison Ford, 64, said at the inaugural Rome Film Festival on Friday that he still feels fit to continue to play Indiana Jones, reports The Associated Press.
Ford said that he was delighted to team up again with directors Steven Spielberg and George Lucas for Indiana Jones 4. Lucas co-wrote and executive produced the earlier films, which Spielberg directed.
"We did three films that stay within the same block of time. We need to move on for artistic reasons and obvious physical reasons," Ford said. "I feel fit to continue and bring the same physical action."
Lucas has said he and Spielberg, who would direct, are working on a script, though no details have been disclosed.
In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Jones' father was played by Sean Connery, who Ford said might also appear in the planned fourth feature.
"He's part of the emotional fabric of these films. I think there may be an opportunity, I believe that Sean is still willing and I'd be delighted if he joined us," said Ford.
Connery, who attended the Rome event last week, has said that no offer had been made.
AICN zitiert aus einem Variety-Interview mit George Lucas...
[...] "Indiana Jones 4" is still in development. "Steve (Spielberg) and I are still working away, trying to come up with something we're happy with. Hopefully, in a short time, we will come to an agreement. Or something," Lucas said, without a great deal of enthusiasm. [...]
In their special ‘Indiana Jones’ themed issue this month, Empire Magazine Australia caught up with team players Harrison Ford, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Karen Allen, John Rhys-Davies, Vic Armstrong and Producer Frank Marshall to get the latest - and once again, nothing very special at the update they give - on the sluggishly-moving fourth "Indy" adventure.
Lucas says he never wanted to do a fourth one, because it’s too hard to come up with a MacGuffin, but Spielberg and Ford were dead keen.
Spielberg does state, however, that it still isn’t a sure thing. "Indy has made his mark. It will be said if there is never another Indy Jones movie. But at the same time, if there is, it will be wonderful. If there isn’t, I’m happy with he memories of the last three".
There is a script though, says Lucas. "I discovered a MacGuffin. So I told the guys and they were a little dubious about it, but it’s the best one we’ve ever found".
Spielberg and Ford liked Lucas’s idea, but thought it was a bit "too connected", so it’s been tweaked since. In fact, Spielberg asked Lucas to change the ‘MacGuffin’ at one point, but the former held his ground and won.
"I said, ‘We’ll have to go back to that original MacGuffin, but I’ll take out the offending parts of it and we’ll still use that area of the supernatural".
Producer Frank Marshall says they’re not going to infest the film - despite it being a supernatural film - with special effects.
"We’re going to shoot them like we did the last three, not jazz up the effects or make them more unbelievable than they were", he says, adding that Ford will be doing his own stunts in the movie.
Not that there will be a lot of stunts, because Indy will be aged in the movie. "It’s going to be at least 10 years after the last one. I mean, he’s not going to try and play what he was in Last Crusade".
Vic Armstrong, captain stunts himself, says he’s been contacted about doing "three fantastic stunt sequences" in the film.
Karen Allen, rumoured to be reprising her role as Marion (from "Raiders of the Lost Ark") for the film, says she thinks there might be something to rumours that Natalie Portman has been asked to play Indy’s daughter in the film. "When my character wakes up on the Pirate ship [in Raiders], it occurred to me they had their wonderful thing in bed... I was thinking, Hmm, she’s dark haired...".
Rhys-Davies, expected to reprise his role as Sallah, says, "Spielberg, Lucas and Ford are no longer in it just to make money, they’re in it to write another chapter in the history of film. If you hear that the new Indiana Jones is being made, it will because those three men are absolutely committed to the greatest Indiana Jones film of all."
"Indy 4" - should it happen - will film in 2007, and be released the following year.
Empire Online sprach mit George Lucas, Steven Spielberg und Harrison Ford...
"We're basically going to do 'The Phantom Menace,'" says Lucas (stay with him here, he's making a point). "People's expectations are way higher than you can deliver. You could just get killed for the whole thing... We would do it for fun and just take the hit with the critics and the fans...But nobody wants to get into it unless they are really happy with it." [...]
As for timing, Lucas says that filming is scheduled for mid-2007, for a 2008 release but getting the gang back together is a tricky proposition. "Before I was just working with Steven and Harrison. Now everybody's a superstar, so it's a little bit more difficult than it was then. But there's a good chance it will happen," assures Ford. "There are things left for this character to do." [...]
Bei SpielbergFilms.com gibt es ein Interview mit Steven Spielberg...
Awalt: [...] Is ‘Indiana Jones’ going to be the ‘sweet dessert after the bitter herbs’ of ‘Munich’ that you’d mentioned in the one interview?
Spielberg: Well you know, George and I have been promising it for a lot of years now, but I’m making every attempt to keep my promise. I just want to make sure that the fanbase is given the best ‘Indiana Jones’ anybody could possibly make, and until I can assure myself that at least I’m trying to make the best ‘Indiana Jones’ film of all time, the development will continue. The process of developing the script will continue, and it continues right now with David Koepp writing the script.
Awalt: That was a surprising turn!
Spielberg: Well David Koepp is a great closer. And he’s done some great projects for me, you know all of them. And I feel that if anybody can do it and pull this together, David can.
Awalt: The Darabont screenplay. You’ve probably read some of the controversy.
Spielberg: It’s a wonderful screenplay!
Awalt: That’s what I’ve heard you thought of it.
Spielberg: I liked it a lot.
Awalt: Are you going to use any parts of it in the final version of the film?
Spielberg: I am not.
Awalt: Will it ever see the light of day?
Spielberg: Someday... [hesitates] No, I don’t think it will. Darabont wrote a wonderful screenplay and Frank’s a very close friend of mine and we’re collaborating on a number of things, but sadly ‘Indy 4’ will not be one of them. [...]
Bei AICN gibt es folgende Meldung...
[...] Saw Karen Allen tonight in NYC at a screening of Raiders. She did a Q&A after and was super cool. She's also still pretty hot. Someone asked about her involvement in INDY IV and she said she'd heard a lot of rumors but had not been approached directly yet. But she also said she just heard last night that Natalie Portman might be cast as INDY'S Daughter. Which lead her to speculate about a scene in Raiders when she awakens in the submarine and casually grabs her nightgown. Karen said that now she sees that scene and wonders if she and Indy had a "wild night" on the sub which might have resulted in a new member of the Jones family. [...]
Hollywoodreporter.com weiss mehr über den Stand der Dinge in Sachen "Indy 4"-Drehbuch...
[...] David Koepp's script is expected in two to three months. [...]
Hollywoodreporter.com berichtet über die NY Licensing 2006 International Trade Show...
[...] Howard Roffman, president of Lucas Licensing, said the Lucasfilm division also will be looking for licensing partners for the summer 2007 release of a new "Indiana Jones" video game from LucasArts and the summer 2008 release of a new "Indiana Jones" movie.
"We're looking at the game as the equivalent of a film launch," Roffman said. "It will be a major event."
CS! berichtet über die kommenden Projekte von Steven Spielberg...
Paramount Pictures and Steven Spielberg will develop a space travel story about a group of explorers who travel through a worm hole and into another dimension [...]
The trade adds that the sci-fi film certainly won't be the next directing vehicle for Spielberg, as it will take several years to come together. He's most likely to helm either a fourth installment of "Indiana Jones" with Harrison Ford, or an epic on Abraham Lincoln based on a Doris Kearns Goodwin book, with Liam Neeson poised to play Lincoln.
Laut Access Hollywood will George Lucas Sean Connery für "Indiana Jones 4"... Koste es was es wolle... ;-)
CS! sprach mit Virginia Madsen über das Gerücht, dass sie Mrs. Indiana Jones spielen wird...
[...] "I think that's the best rumor I ever heard about myself," she said, laughing. "I so hope it's true, but no, we never really talked about that. I talked to Harrison about it, as a fan. 'Are you really going to do another Indiana Jones movie? Have you found a script yet?' I don't know whether that was something that somebody picked up that he said. I don't know. I'm going to see him next week, but I'm too shy to ask him. I hope it's not a rumor that's ruining my chances." [...]
STEVEN Spielberg is understood to be on the Gold Coast filming a secret action project.
The shoot is at an island location, with the director believed to be staying at the Palazzo Versace hotel.
Spielberg's presence went largely undetected until he popped into a Surfers Paradise clothing store this week to buy a $220 jacket.
"They're filming at night and it gets really cold," said Gloria Ayoub, who served him at the Nautica store at the Marina Mirage complex on Sunday.
"He wanted a big jacket ... I told him to go down two sizes because it would be warmer but he likes them big."
Spielberg's latest project is Indiana Jones 4 but he also has producing duties on a host of titles including action movie When Worlds Collide and mini-series The Pacific War. [...]
TheCrazyHunters.de hat ein rund 76 MB grosses Quicktime-Video von der E3-Demo des kommenden "Indiana Jones"-Videospiels für Xbox 360 und PS3 online gestellt... Bei GameSpot gibt es Bilder und weitere Impressionen...
[...] There's not a lot to know about the actual game here, yet, since LucasArts is keeping mum on the details for the time being. We do know it's set in 1939, about a year after the events of The Last Crusade, and that George Lucas has had some input into the storyline. However, the game will have nothing to do with the possible next movie; it's an original property with an original story, though it will feature some returning characters from past films. [...]
MTV.com zitiert George Lucas...
[...] Contrary to how Hollywood usually hypes its blockbusters, the writer/producer says Indiana Jones' next adventure actually won't be any louder, bigger or faster than his last one. In fact, if Lucas gets his way (hint: he usually does), the Jones sequel will prize dialogue over decibels.
"I think Tom Cruise proved that people are getting bored with that kind of stuff," Lucas said Monday at a Jazz at Lincoln Center dinner [..] "What they want to see is something different. And 'Indiana Jones,' if nothing else, is always different."
And Lucas is, if nothing else, reliably vague. He's not yet ready to give up the treasure trove of what lurks in the plot for the first "Indiana Jones" movie since 1989's "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," except to say the script is finally done and the flick will "probably" start shooting next year.
"We're working on it, we're working on it," Lucas said. "We've been working on it for 10 years. I think it'll be a great film, but it's completely different. It's still got a lot of action, and it's still very funny. I think it works like crazy." [...]
LucasArts gibt bekannt, dass das Adventure Indiana Jones auf der Xbox 360 und PlayStation3 die 'Euphoria Behavioral-Simulation Engine' von NaturalMotion besitzen wird. NaturalMotion hat u.a. auch die 'Dynamic Motion Synthesis (DMS)' Technik erfunden.
Durch die 'Euphoria Engine' sollen Indiana Jones und andere Charktere wie Menschen denken und handeln, sowie sich menschlich bewegen - ohne die bisherigen Einschränkungen traditioneller Animationen.
Charaktere passen sich und ihre Bewegungen umgehend realistisch einer aktuellen Situation an, wodurch man einen einzigartige Spielerfahrung erleben soll. Bislang haben nur zwei Publisher Zugang zu dieser Technologie.
LucasArts beschreibt den Einsatz von 'Euphoria' an einer Hängebrücke: Charaktere versuchen auf der Brücke das Gleichgewicht zu halten, sie stolpern, rudern mit den Armen und versuchen sich mit den Händen festzuhalten, während die wackelige Brücke droht, sie in die Tiefe zu reißen - vielleicht werden alle überleben, vielleicht werden sie auch alle sterben.
LucasArts verspricht, dass man niemals voraussehen kann, was im Spiel passiert: Die Action ist nicht wie in einem Drehbuch vorgeschrieben, sie wird simuliert. Release: 2007 (USA)
Empire Online sprach mit Frank Marshall...
[...] The glacier in Alive and the Sahara in Lost Ark - you’re not making it easy for yourself, are you?
No, I don’t like to be in the office! I don’t do well on stages, I like getting out in it, I think it’s an adventure making movies, so I tend to gravitate towards those stories that are told outside and in these exotic places.
So what’s the next exotic place that Indy 4’s gonna go to?
The next exotic I’m gonna be in is London! Indy 4 is probably going to shoot next year, all around the world again. We’re writing the script, it’s coming along, and I think it’s on a very positive track.
So what’s the angle going to be in the story this time?
Oh, I can’t tell you that!
Oh go on...
I can tell you it’s going to be about 10 years later, it’ll be in the 50s, so obviously Indy will be older, so Harrison will be able to play the role, but other than that my lips are sealed.
You’ve done the Sahara now, I suppose; any other deserts that we can see...?
There might be a desert involved, yeah, but which one I can’t tell you. [...]
[...] BBC ONE just aired their first episode of a new programme called Hollywood Greats tonight. This first episode centered around Harrison Ford's career and included an extended interview with Ford, by British film critic Jonathan Ross.
At the end of the great interview Jonathan asked Ford how much of a chance there was of another Indiana Jones film.
Harrison Ford stalled his answer for a few seconds and then responded that it was "99 and three quarter percent." likely to happen.
Then further asked if Sean Connery would return as Indy's father in Indy IV, Ford declined to make a comment on that. Jonathan Ross responded with "So he's going to be in it, then." and Ford just kind of laughed and didn't say anything. [...]
Die Herald Sun meldet...
INDIANA Jones's much awaited next round of whip-cracking adventures may be shot in Australia, says Hollywood super-producer Frank Marshall.
The script for the fourth Indiana Jones film is still being written with production likely to go ahead in 2007. [...]
"We really have to get the story right. The story has to be really good for any of us to do it and there are three pretty strong-willed creative minds involved in saying yes."
Steven Spielberg is slated to direct the project, with Marshall and George Lucas attached as producers.
Lucas is also writing the script with David Koepp.
The storyline is being kept a closely guarded secret but Marshall said it would follow on from the first three films - Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Harrison Ford, 63, will reprise his role as the adventurous Indiana Jones.
Sean Connery played Jones' father in the original films and is rumoured to be in the fourth instalment, although Marshall couldn't confirm this.
"Harrison is going to play the character and it is going to be 10 or 12 years later," said Marshall.
"It will be a story that makes sense and is believable."
Marshall said the film would likely go into production early next year and could be shot in Australia, Europe or the United States. [...]
Das von LucasArts angekündigte Indiana Jones für Next Generation Konsolen soll auf der E3 im Mai 2006 enthüllt werden. Das berichtet Kotaku.
Bei TIME.com gibt es ein lesenswertes Interview mit George Lucas, in dem u.a. auch über "Indy 4" gesprochen wurde...
R.C. If you’re retired, I guess you’ll be less involved with an Indiana Jones 4 than you were in the first three?
G.L. Well, I’ve been working on Indy 4 for ten years. So I’ve been more involved, so no matter how you count it on this one I’ll be more involved than I’ll have ever been on the other three put together. It’s taken forever to get a script of it. That’s my part of it.
R.C. Isn’t Harrison Ford now older than Sean Connery was when he played his father in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade?
G.L. Uhh, yeah. But the thing is designed for that. And I think it’s funny, it’s exciting. You know the problem there, which is not a problem, is that we don’t have to make that movie. All we can do is hurt ourselves, all it’s going to do is get criticized. I mean it’s basically Phantom Menace we’re making. No matter how you do it, no matter what you do, it won’t be what the other ones were in terms of the impact or the way people remember them.
R.C. But there’s also no need to complete the holes in the epic.
G.L. We don’t have anything like that. We just had a great time making those movies. And if we can have a great time doing this one and we can enjoy ourselves, and make something that’s entertaining to us, no matter what the world thinks, let’s just do it.
R.C. But you also have to decide on the format, right?
G.L. In terms of what?
R.C. Do you say, "Dammit, Steven, do it in digital," and he says, "Dammit, George, I’m doing it on film"?
G.L. Pretty much.
R.C. Who wins?
G.L. He’ll win. He’s the director. The great thing about working with Steven is that we don’t have agendas. We want to make the best movie possible, I want him to be happy. If he he wants to shoot it on film and cut it on a Movieola... Hey, he’s got a great editor. Michael Kahn can cut faster on a Movieola than anybody can cut on an Avid. And I don’t really care. But I do tell him, 'This is your chance to play with this and experiment with it and blame it all on me'... say, ‘He made me do it.’ And then you can go back to film if you want. But he has relented after all these years to maybe cutting it digitally. We’ll see what happens. [...]
[...] The good news for superproducer Frank Marshall is that he has two high-profile franchises at his disposal, and they both will likely make the increasingly common jump from trilogy to four-part series. The bad news is that he faces fan inquiries about them every day. " 'Jurassic Park 4' is coming to life," he proudly reported. "There's a script, we're getting a director and we're going to get going probably toward the end of this year." Referring to the director of "Park 3," Marshall added that "Joe Johnston could be back. We want to get the script right before we go forward, which is exactly what's [happening with what] your next question is going to be about, 'Indy 4.' " OK then, Frank: What is going on with the next Indiana Jones movie? "We're getting the script right, we're working on it. It's not one of those things that's on the back burner." Grinning, Marshall added that he might try to get both films made by simply combining them. "Indiana Jones goes to the island," he said. "Indy versus the raptors. Get him with that whip." [...]
Fox News columnist Roger Friedman talked to Steven Spielberg at the Academy Governor's Ball last night and says that the director revealed he is taking a year off after having produced and directed both War of the Worlds and Munich.
Spielberg said that he does not have a project on the front burner right now. His main work in 2006 will be preparing his Abraham Lincoln film with award-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin, and acting as a producer, not director, on several other smaller projects.
He was also asked about the highly-anticipated Indiana Jones 4. Spielberg said he will still direct the film, which, given the fact he is taking some time off, might be a while.
Jeff Nathanson wrote the latest draft of the "Indy 4" script, but he has been succeeded by David Koepp.
"I have David Koepp on it now, and he's my 'closer,'" Spielberg said, using a baseball reference to the pitcher who comes in during the 9th inning and finishes up a winning ball game.
"He wrote 'Spider-Man' and 'War of the Worlds,'" Spielberg added, "so he'll get it done."
Caught up with the always quietly reserved Harrison Ford this morning for a quick chat in sun-drenched Melbourne.
First bit of news, the science-fiction film he was going to do, "Godspeed", has been canned.
"Godspeed is gone, that was a space project with James Cameron", he says of the project, which would have told of a crisis on an international space station.
Rumoured to be his next project is "Manhunt", which is "about the capture of John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln." So is it?
"That would seem to be next", smiles Ford. Um. Seem to be next? Why so tight-lipped...
"[There’s] a bunch of other things that have come to fruition...recently", he added.
Sounds like ‘The Man in the Hat’ - um, that’s Indiana Jones for the three up the back - could be ready to go. [...]
[...] Spielberg confirms ‘Indiana Jones 4 ’ to follow ‘Munich’
Unless some very powerful fates finally conspire to do Indiana Jones in once and for all (and he’s beat some pretty tough foes in his day), the long-awaited fourth film in the "Indiana Jones" franchise is full speed ahead for production this year (and release next year, according to series creator George Lucas).
While director Steven Spielberg remained largely silent on his work on "Indiana Jones IV" during the busy days on "War of the Worlds" and "Munich," Spielberg finally broke the silence in a recent interview with Israel’s Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.
"I haven’t given up making entertaining films, but over the last decade I have been making some films that express the respect I have for history," Spielberg said.
"I am about to make ‘Indiana Jones 4,’ which is, as far as I am concerned, the sweet dessert I give those who had to chow down on the bitter herbs that I’ve used in ‘Munich.’" [...]
[...] Sideways star Virginia Madsen so impressed co-star Harrison Ford in new thriller Firewall, she's now the frontrunner to play his love interest in the fourth Indiana Jones adventure. Madsen plays Ford's wife in the new movie and admits they both found an unusual chemistry on set - after the ageing action man handpicked her for the role. And now Madsen is a clear favorite to play the leading lady in Indiana Jones 4.
Ford : "She was an absolute delight - professional, very talented and simply, very sweet. She also took what could have been a fairly one-dimensional damsel in distress role and added so many layers to it - there isn't many who could do that. I'd work with her again in a heartbeat. I'm actually hoping she'll come over for Indiana Jones. We've talked about it."
Anticipation is mounting for the next "Indiana Jones," but for every year that passes there is some concern that Harrison Ford may not be able to play the role physically.
The 63-year-old actor is frank about his age and doesn't hesitate to point out that he's as physically fit as ever.
"I can't tell you anything about 'Indiana Jones,' but I think you've just seen a film in which I perform physically to an extent [that will be] sufficient for 'Indiana Jones,'" he told ComingSoon.net.
Ford is referring to a specific scene in his latest thriller, Firewall, in which he and villain Paul Bettany get into a knock-down, nasty brawl where Ford is thrown through glass and tumbles over a balcony, just for starters.
No word yet on when a final script will be approved for Indiana Jones 4, but Ford is committed to making the movie.
"The audience is there," he said, and, "Everybody involved is anxious to make the film again."
Gegenüber MTV.com kündigte GL "Indy 4" für 2007 an...
Harrison Ford's not getting any younger (and Karen Allen's not getting any more relevant), so fans can't help but wonder: When, exactly, are we going to see the long-promised fourth Indiana Jones movie? "We just keep working on it," shrugged series writer/producer George Lucas. "You know, we just write and write and write and write and write. But we are getting closer, and hopefully this year we will have a start date and we will have a script that we all love and hopefully it will come out next year." Lucas added that Jeff Nathanson ("Catch Me if You Can") is the newest addition to a pile of screenwriters bigger than the Cairo swordsman's weapon of choice. Ford has said that he will reprise his whip-wielding adventurer role for the first time since 1989's "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," and Steven Spielberg is making plans to direct. [...]
Harrison Ford has told George Lucas and Steven Spielberg that if they don’t get "Indiana Jones 4" off-the-ground next year - they can find themselves a new man to wear ‘the hat’.
The 63-year-old tells Contact Music that, "It's looking very good to do another one. I haven't felt this positive about it happening in a long time... but if it doesn't happen in the next two years we should all forget it."
The latest is that the film will begin shooting in Autumn this year.
Producer Frank Marshall says it’s a definite priority at the moment. "Way back when Harrison was being honored by the AFI when this all started, we were all standing backstage, we saw all the movies and everything and we were a little nostalgic and mellow and we said, 'You know, that was fun. We ought to do that. Let's try and do this." Marshall tells Zap2it.com.
"Well that was a while ago. And I think that what we want is we want it to be as good as the others. These are not stories based on anything, so it's taking a while. But I'll tell you, it's on the front burner and we're gonna decide to do this or not real soon. We're gonna have a script real soon and now it's a question of getting our schedules all to where we can do it," is all Marshall can promise. "There's four of us, so it's hard."
Cinematical widmet sich "Indy 4" und hat einen möglichen Titel ausgegraben: "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Sun"...
IESB sprach mit Frank Marshall...
[...] Indiana Jones 4 - Will happen immediately following Bourne Ultimatum. He wouldn't confirm or reveal anything but said it is moving forward and everyone is happy with what they have read. He has yet to read the script but said that everyone will be reading it very soon. He would not say if Sean Connery would return or not. [...]
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