We look at the forty-year legacy of one of cinema’s greatest fortunes and glories, 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'.
"Magical and impossible..." Here's how Steven Spielberg and George Lucas's "Raiders of the Lost Ark" influenced some of the most successful directors working in Hollywood.
Harrison Ford paid tribute to Sean Connery, a.k.a. Henry Jones Sr. in the "Indiana Jones" series, who died on Saturday at the age of 90. "He was my father…not in life…but in 'Indy 3,'" Ford said in a statement to Variety. "You don’t know pleasure until someone pays you to take Sean Connery for a ride […]
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After a long development process, Steven Spielberg is handing the directing reins on "Indiana Jones 5" to another filmmaker for the first time in the franchise's 39-year history, Variety has learned. Sources say, while a deal hasn't closed, "Ford v Ferrari" director James Mangold is in talks to take the job. Mangold has been put […]
When told that his prop could realistically fetch $250,000 at auction, the owner responded, "Not bad for hot glue and spray paint."
Harry Hamlin told Page Six that he was a finalist for the role of Indiana Jones in "Raiders of the Lost Ark," but his audition went spectacularly wrong.
Did you know the movie was based on actual history? Or that Sean Connery's character almost didn't appear?
Movie heroes versus Nazis: clips of Indiana Jones in “Raiders of the Lost Ark,”James Bond in “A View to a Kill,” “Captain America: The First Avenger” and more.
Oscar-nominated producer Frank Marshall, the man behind such epochal movies as Back to the Future, the Indiana Jones series and The Goonies, revealed the story behind one of the most iconic moments in film during The Hollywood Reporter’s Producer Roundtable. As part of the roundtable discussion, Marshall joined La La Land producer Marc Platt, Jackie producer Darren Aronofsky, Fences producer Todd Black, Silence producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Manchester by the Sea producer Matt Damon.
By Anthony Breznican, Entertainment Weekly Watching this roughly minute-long Indiana Jones cartoon, it’s easy to get your hopes up. Years ago, artist and animator Patrick Schoenmaker was commissioned by Lucasfilm and ACME Archives to craft an illustration of Harrison Ford as the scholar with a knack for getting in over his fedora. The clip above, which Schoenmaker says took him and a handful of assistants five years to create, would serve as a kind of opening credits sequence for such a show, if Lucasfilm ever decided to make it. Lucasfilm, please make this.) SEE ALSO: WATCH: Steven Spielberg’s 10-minute studio tour Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford announce new ‘Indiana Jones’ movie Within that minute of footage, you can spot a number of classic characters: Short Round, Marion Ravenwood, and Marcus “Got-Lost-in-His-Own-Museum” Brody.
The world can be a cold and scary place. So much anger and uncertainty surrounds our relationships with others, from the government to our next-door neighbors. So when Yahoo Movies hit the floor of Comic-Con 2016, we had one goal in mind: unity.
Conan aired the annual Scrapisode, an entire show made out of the scraps from failed bits from rehearsals, including an old man in an Indiana Jones costume.
The Hollywood Reporter shared an interview they did with Disney CEO Bob Iger. The fifth installment of the franchise comes out in 2019, with Harrison Ford returning to the titular role and Steven Spielberg returning to the director’s chair. Iger said, “Well, we’ll bring [Ford] back, then we have to figure out what comes next.
Trailer for June 17 documentary about three Mississippi friends who, starting in 1982 when they were 11, set out to produce a shot-for-shot remake of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark,' the cult following their film inspired, and one scene they reunited to complete
On Monday’s 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' Harrison Ford stopped by to promote the Blu-Ray release of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' but talked about his plans to film another installment of 'Indiana Jones.'
Just days after Disney revealed that a fifth Indiana Jones movie was in the works with director Steven Spielberg and actor Harrison Ford, the project has settled on a writer. David Koepp, a longtime Spielberg confederate who wrote 1993’s Jurassic Park, has been tapped to pen the script for the new adventure, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. This won’t be Koepp’s first swing on the jungle vine, as the screenwriter, who also wrote Spielberg movies The Lost World: Jurassic Park and War of the Worlds, co-wrote the previous Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
When Harrison Ford returns as beloved character in 2019, most moviegoers will have been born long after 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' hit the scene; room for one more film, or time to let it go?
Disney announcement pegs July 19, 2019, as release date for next chapter of series launched by 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'
Chris Pratt’s ongoing quest for fortune and glory continues. After a star-making 2014 that included lead roles in two of the biggest AND best movies of the year (Guardians of the Galaxy and The Lego Movie) and the procuring of another lead gig in what’s sure to be one of 2015’s biggest and hopefully best movies (Jurassic World), a new report claims that Pratt is wanted by Disney to play Indiana Jones in a franchise reboot.
Six years after his last big-screen appearance, Indiana Jones may ride again. Variety has printed what appears to be confirmation that Indiana Jones 5 is going into production. Insiders have been anticipating the announcement of a fifth Indiana Jones movie since December, when Disney acquired the rights to the franchise (following its acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012).