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Old 05-09-2017, 02:34 PM   #51
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Hey guys, remember Ford's flying accident in March 2015 ?? When he checked out of the hospital he drove right to Spielberg's house, they are old friends but he spent the day there and I'm pretty sure it wasn't all talk about flying technique !! I'm with Udvarnoky, we don't know everything that's going on with the studios. I believe Spielberg was contracted to do these movies prior to Indy 5, also this could be a ploy/tactic... you never know but I'm not happy like everyone else !!
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Old 05-09-2017, 02:58 PM   #52
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According to the Indycast podcast they are putting Live Action Lion King In Indy's place. this angers me, I am looking forward to Lion King I loved The Jungle Book but I like Indiana Jones more and I think Indy 5 will make way more money at the box office...

Are we talking about the stunt show in Orlando?

EDIT: Sorry...I should have realized you were talking about the movie schedule and not a theme park attraction.
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Old 05-09-2017, 03:04 PM   #53
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Hey guys, remember Ford's flying accident in March 2015 ?? When he checked out of the hospital he drove right to Spielberg's house, they are old friends but he spent the day there and I'm pretty sure it wasn't all talk about flying technique !! I'm with Udvarnoky, we don't know everything that's going on with the studios. I believe Spielberg was contracted to do these movies prior to Indy 5, also this could be a ploy/tactic... you never know but I'm not happy like everyone else !!

The Post seems to have happened rather quickly; I don't think the prior contractual obligations argument stands up in that case. It's right enough that Ford hanging at Spielberg's is interesting, but possibly not relevant.

Generally speaking, I don't see why are we not assuming that the change of time slot isn't largely owing to Disney's schedulers figuring that the Indiana Jones audience overlaps too much with the Star Wars audience, and a shift in Star Wars scheduling naturally necessitating a shift in Indy scheduling.

As Udvarnoky notes, Disney's been doing a bit of this filming far in advance lately, and considering the Rogue One reshoots, I could see why Lucasfilm specifically might want some extra time for post-production as well.

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Are we talking about the stunt show in Orlando?

EDIT: Sorry...I should have realized you were talking about the movie schedule and not a theme park attraction.

Natural enough; live-action Lion King, where live-action means CGI animals with no people, remains something of a misnomer.
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Old 05-10-2017, 08:23 PM   #54
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Are we talking about the stunt show in Orlando?

EDIT: Sorry...I should have realized you were talking about the movie schedule and not a theme park attraction.
Yea I meant the movies, Disney Is making Live Action Aladdin movie bet that bumps Indy 5 to 2021 and then it gets canceled or they announce a major reboot with a new Indy Actor?
I think the reason they are calling The Lion King a Live action is they are using motion capture also the Animals will look realistic like In The Jungle Book. Besides Neel Sethi The Jungle Book wasn't really Live action either.
I really hope you guys are right that they start filming Indy 5 in 2018 but if that doesn't happen I have some doubt that this actually gets filmed with Harrison.

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Old 05-15-2017, 03:09 PM   #55
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Indy 5 could a flashback movie with Indy writing his memoirs discussing adventures past - would need to identify new actors to play Indy, say three, covering early - mid - later periods of his life.

This way Harrison could still be involved in the movie but without the need for the physical side of things and to be honest, he is past his Indy sell by date now.

Other option would have to be an Indy re-boot with a totally new actor but who knows, nobody wants to see a geriatric Dr Jones I don't think.
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Old 05-15-2017, 03:19 PM   #56
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Indy 5 could a flashback movie with Indy writing his memoirs discussing adventures past - would need to identify new actors to play Indy, say three, covering early - mid - later periods of his life.

This way Harrison could still be involved in the movie but without the need for the physical side of things and to be honest, he is past his Indy sell by date now.

Other option would have to be an Indy re-boot with a totally new actor but who knows, nobody wants to see a geriatric Dr Jones I don't think.


Except Harrison has been confirmed to do "stunts" in the film. Spielberg and Marshall have both said as much.
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Old 05-15-2017, 04:12 PM   #57
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Ford did pretty well physically in KOTCS but that was also 10 years ago. There's a much bigger difference between 65 and 75 than there is between 35 and 45.
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Old 05-17-2017, 10:42 AM   #58
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Disney Officially announced Indy 5 was being pushed back to 2020 it was originally going to come out in 2019 why would Spielberg Film in 2018 for a film coming out in 2020 That would be unorthodox? as much as I think Ford at 77 can still do this He is contending with health because of his age, what if he has a stroke or heart attack, or gets Alzheimer's, or God forbid dies from natural or unnatural causes? all these things kind of scares me plus he cant seem to land planes anymore that is kind of scary.
His landing in the golf course due to mechanical malfunctions was the work of an impeccable pilot.
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Old 05-17-2017, 10:56 AM   #59
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I say they should just go balls to the wall and give it as much action as ToD and with Indy as the guy doing all the action. Spielberg is good enough that he can film around Ford's shortcomings. I say just ignore his age and go for it.
I totally agree. Also, the CGI technology will be so advanced by then, if that Captain America Civil War flashback scene with Robert Downey Jr. as teenager can look so good (2015 CGI technology), imagine what they can do in 2019.
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Old 05-17-2017, 02:53 PM   #60
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I totally agree. Also, the CGI technology will be so advanced by then, if that Captain America Civil War flashback scene with Robert Downey Jr. as teenager can look so good (2015 CGI technology), imagine what they can do in 2019.


Even that pales in comparison with what Lucasfilm did with Tarkin. Wow.. amazing. I went to see the film with people who had never seen "A New Hope" and none of them even knew he wasn't "real".
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Old 05-18-2017, 11:18 AM   #61
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Even that pales in comparison with what Lucasfilm did with Tarkin. Wow.. amazing. I went to see the film with people who had never seen "A New Hope" and none of them even knew he wasn't "real".
That's cool.

Honestly, Spielberg and company have a plan. Pushing this off one more year may be a blessing in disguise. I'm hoping for one of the best Indys we could ever hope for. I would love a Godfather 2 format, bouncing back and forth from older Indy to younger Indy with Harrison playing both.
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Old 05-18-2017, 03:59 PM   #62
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I just wish they were shooting two films back to back. 6 is just such a nicer number to end his tenure on.
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Old 05-18-2017, 07:10 PM   #63
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I would love a Godfather 2 format, bouncing back and forth from older Indy to younger Indy with Harrison playing both.

How much younger an Indy are you thinking??

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I just wish they were shooting two films back to back. 6 is just such a nicer number to end his tenure on.

Numerology, black magick and Hollywood. I like this Indy 5 premise, so far.
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Old 05-19-2017, 01:08 PM   #64
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How much younger an Indy are you thinking??



Numerology, black magick and Hollywood. I like this Indy 5 premise, so far.



I like 6. A younger Ford trilogy and an older Ford trilogy.
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:17 PM   #65
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How much younger an Indy are you thinking??
It could be anywhere from just a few years prior to Temple of Doom, or even a little earlier when he would have met Abner. Seeing Indy and Abner meet, then watching Abner showing him the ropes, grooming him as an archeologist, highlighting Indy's natural abilities as an archeologist, honing his craft.. We could see Indy fall in love with Marion and then leave her.. We could see Indy catching Short Round pick pocketing him and how their friendship started.. Many possibilities.
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Old 05-19-2017, 09:50 PM   #66
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And Harrison would play both roles, including the Indy of prior to ToD?
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Old 05-22-2017, 07:24 AM   #67
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Status of David Koepp's Indy 5 script?

Looking for the news about Indy 5 the last days, weeks,month and years I wonder that there is not much written about "confirming a story line or at least a plot" and there is no information about the "work progress of the script".

Nowhere I've found that there was mentioned something that Spielberg/Ford/Koepp/Disney have had a conversation about the story.

Frank Marshall's tweets would be a good indicator for that, but there are no tweets about Indy 5 from LeDoctor.

It was said that David Koepp will write the script, but my understanding for now is, that there isn't even a plotline agreed by the participants.
And if there is now no development with the plot, the story and the script, I fear, Indy 5 will not happen anymore.

Now it's nearly mid of 2017, so in my mind, it is already today very unrealistic to develop a new (acceptable) Indiana Jones 5 movie that will be on the big screen in 3 years.

Maybe for us 40+ it's time to grow up and finally learning to be an adult... Bye bye childhood!
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Old 05-22-2017, 07:31 AM   #68
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Digital "de-aging" of an actor seems to be a technology thats progressing, I wonder if this an option for any potential scenes that could feature a younger versions of Harrison?
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Old 05-22-2017, 08:12 AM   #69
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And Harrison would play both roles, including the Indy of prior to ToD?
Absolutely. Movie technology already makes it possible, and by the time they start shooting, it will be even more convincing.
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Old 05-22-2017, 10:44 AM   #70
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I'm sure with digital deaging, you make Harrison look younger but the voice he has now is a little different than the voice he had 30 years ago and I'm sure he doesn't move quite the same way either.
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Old 05-22-2017, 01:42 PM   #71
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Re: digital de-aging

I seriously doubt this has any chance of happening, regardless of how convincing it may look.

It would completely fly in the face of Lucas' "quick and dirty" approach that originally drew Spielberg to the Raiders project.
Despite the fact that George is probably not going to have an active involvement in Indy 5, Steven would be loath to do something so radically removed from the original spirit of the film series.

As for Ford, he wouldn't even dye his hair in KOTCS... I really don't see him going for digital de-aging, it's just not his style.

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Old 05-22-2017, 04:06 PM   #72
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I seriously doubt this has any chance of happening, regardless of how convincing it may look.

It would completely fly in the face of Lucas' "quick and dirty" approach that originally drew Spielberg to the Raiders project.
Despite the fact that George is probably not going to have an active involvement in Indy 5, Steven would be loath to do something so radically removed from the original spirit of the film series.

As for Ford, he wouldn't even dye his hair in KOTCS... I really don't see him going for digital de-aging, it's just not his style.
"Quick and Dirty" pretty much went out the window with Crystal Skull. But your Harrison Ford point is definitely noteworthy.

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Old 05-23-2017, 10:32 AM   #73
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I can't see they doing too much with de-aging technology. I'd prefer they work with Ford's age and base a reasonable story around it.
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Old 06-05-2017, 10:22 AM   #74
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I'm very disappointed by Steven Spielberg changing the release date of Indiana Jones 5 to July 10, 2020. I really have my doubts about Harrison Ford actually being able to be in it and if it will be fun and enjoyable.
By not releasing Indiana Jones 5 in 2019 now means that they won't have their record of having released an Indiana Jones movie in every decade since 1981.
Oh, how I wish Disney could release an Indiana Jones movie every 2 years. Spielberg and George Lucas could never agree on anything and so we never got more Indiana Jones movies.
Why delay Indiana Jones to 2020?. Like what does Harrison Ford have to do now? He has already finished Blade Runner 2049 and we have been told he won't be in the next Star Wars movies. (Yes, I would love for Han Solo to be alive).
So, is Harrison Ford just suppose to sit around and wait for Spielberg to be ready to film Indiana Jones 5? What if Ford has another plane crash? Harrison Ford is getting too old to jump around. They will have to prop him up with a broom stick? Spielberg wants Harrison Ford to look so old and not be so strong looking anymore. That's what it is. He never liked Harrison Ford having more energy than him. Spielberg has been jealous of Ford.
I think Harrison Ford should be Executive Producer of Indiana Jones and make the movie happen for himself.
I guess the problem is they can't find "something" for Indy to look for. On The Librarians tv series (TNT), they don't seem to have any problems with the cast finding a new item every week.

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Old 06-05-2017, 10:58 AM   #75
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Technically 2020 is part of the 20-teens decade and not the 20-twentys decade.
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