In 1973 George Lucas wrote The Adventures of Indiana Smith and while on vacation in Maui in 1977 George pitched it to Steven Spielberg and Indiana Jones was born.
Peter Mayhew, best known to Star Wars fans around the world as the lovable walking-carpet Chewbacca, has sadly died. He was 74.
The original Blade Runner movie is getting an upgrade and a re-release to home video this time in 4K as the long awaited sequel is quickly approaching.
Warner Brothers on Monday released a brand new trailer for the highly anticipated sequel to the 1982 sci-fi movie classic.
Indiana Jones, one of the most beloved fictional archaeologists in the world who has fond memories of his dog comes in at number four in my movie franchise countdown.
Blade Runner 2049 first teaser trailer was released on Monday, the follow-up to director Ridley Scott’s classic 1980s sci-fi film.
On this the 16th edition of Reggie’s Take Podcast my guest and I are talking about the Indiana Jones franchise returning for a fifth time, the new Ghostbusters movie and Shane Black and the Predator.
Last Tuesday Disney announced that Indiana Jones would be returning to the theater in 2019 with Spielberg and Ford once again returning, but is this the right move for the franchise?
Did you see Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the theater? What am I asking of course you have and if you haven’t then you have an opportunity to become one with the force.
In a recent online interview director J.J. Abrams talked about one of the biggest decisions made while writing what would become the biggest box office movie in U.S. history.
I won’t make the claim that I was the first to say it would happen, but the saying “the writing was on the wall” wouldn’t be much of a stretch and I wish I had been wrong. WARNING!! If you… Read More ›
This will be a day long remembered by the empire…not that empire, Empire magazine newest issue will feature six visually eye catching covers that any Star Wars fan will want to have.
Lucasfilm and Disney released brand new character posters on Wednesday of both old favorites and new for what’s expected to be a force at the theaters.
By now everyone has seen the full length trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and I believe the trailer may have given us a clue as to the fate of two beloved Star Wars characters.
Saturday at Disney’s D23 Convention it was pretty well known going in not to expect a lot of new material if any to be given out on “The Force Awakens”, but they did give fans a few pieces of information.
It’s been well documented since 1983 how Harrison Ford felt about Star Wars and now we get a small insight what it was like on the set with Ford back as Han Solo.
A new television spot that has begun airing on Korean television for “The Force Awakens” gives us the briefest of looks at just how strong the Empire still is and on Monday a new image was strong with the Internet.
Disney and Lucasfilm released the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer Thursday afternoon from director J.J. Abrams and we here at Reggie’s Take were not disappointed.
Harrison Ford while flying his vintage World War II plane reported problems before crash landing on a golf course.
For anyone who’s been around since about 1980 Harrison Ford has been synonymous with everyone’s favourite archaeologist Dr. Henry Jones Jr. aka “Indiana Jones”, but will today’s possible rumor be a good or bad move for a popular franchise.
Disney and director J.J. Abrams has released the highly anticipated teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens or Episode VII. The long awaited follow up movie set thirty years after the events of Return of the Jedi.
Being that Star Wars Episode VII December 2015 release is so highly anticipated, it’s not surprising that Episode VII also seems like one of the most talked about movies currently being filmed and with that goes plenty of speculation of… Read More ›
In a statement released to the BBC by Ford’s publicist, it was confirmed that the star actually broke his leg, not his ankle.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, directed by Steven Spielberg is the second movie in the Indiana Jones franchise and celebrated its 30th birthday this month (May), hard to believe.