When Disney made that big purchase of Lucasfilm way back when, not only did it encompass the beloved 'Star Wars' franchise, but also 'Indiana Jones,' the latter of which is easily forgettable as the long-gestating 'Indiana Jones 5' has shied away from headlines recently. However, with Disney set to distribute any potential new installments of the Harrison Ford-led films, more are likely on the way
We haven't paid very much attention to development of FOX's forthcoming Travis Beacham period piece 'Hieroglyph,' despite its full 13-episode order and a few minor castings, but the ancient Egyptian drama made one major get: Sallah! That's right, 'Indiana Jones' and 'Lord of the Rings' vet John Rhys-Davies will return to the desert for FOX's 'Hieroglyph,' but how involved will he be, and how many
When George Lucas sold his 'Star Wars' empire to Disney, there was a question of who then would control Indiana Jones, as the films were made by Lucasfilm but distributed by Paramount. Today it was ironed out that Disney now controls the rights to all future Indiana Jones adventures.
The primary cast of the original 'Star Wars' trilogy have all but guaranteed they'll be showing up in the J.J. Abrams-directed 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' though there was a question if Harrison Ford would return. The latest report is that not only will Ford be back, he may be in for all three films in the new trilogy. And supposedly part of the deal to get Han Solo to return involves work starting on
The last time we saw Indiana Jones, he was encountering aliens and disappointing millions of movie fans all over the world with 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.' Although we're just now washing the taste of that disastrous production out of our mouths, talk of an 'Indiana Jones 5' has long persisted, and now there may be enough distance for us to actually be a little interested
It seems an avid movie fan or prankster (or time traveler?) decided it would be fun to send a package addressed to one Henry Walton Jones, Jr. (aka Indiana Jones) at the University of Chicago. So what the heck is in this mysterious package and where did it actually come from?