Disney swallowed Lucasfilm over a year ago for the Star Wars franchise.
Now, Disney acquired the rights for another Lucasfilm property, the highly valuable Indiana Jones franchise. 90 more words
A lot of chanting, chattering and gnawing about the future of the Indiana Jones-franchise on the Internet recently. The question “Are they developing a fifth installment with Harrison Ford or are they rebooting the franchise completely with a younger actor?” seems to be the biggest point on everybody’s minds so I thought I’d give you my cents on the subject. 346 more words
One of the handful of times that Steven Spielberg’s patented overmanipulations and blue-tinted “sense of wonder” doesn’t curdle in our bellies, this George Lucas–inspired yarn is blessedly free of UFOs and dinosaurs, and is set, rather rowdily, in a 1930s pulp-serial world in which the instantly iconic adventurer/archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) fights Nazis for the sake of Biblical artifacts. 14 more words
The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy has reportedly docked in London’s Pinewood Studios awaiting the cast and crew of Star Wars VII.
Disney have been playing their cards very close to their chest when it comes to Star Wars news, only giving us confirmation that tiny fan favourite R2-D2 would appear in the new trilogy. 146 more words