Harrison Ford who is currently 78-years-old suffered a shoulder injury while rehearsing a fight scene for the upcoming Indiana Jones 5 currently filming.
Paramount Home Entertainment has released a new behind-the-scenes video featuring sound designer Ben Burtt, and foley artist John Roesch demonstrating how the iconic sounds of Indiana Jones were created.
Raiders of the Lost Ark will turn forty later this year and to commemorate that milestone Paramount is releasing all four Indiana Jones movies in 4K Ultra HD for the first time.
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.
Patrick Schoenmaker a character designer and animator from the Netherlands have created a short animation video of everyone’s favorite archaeologist.
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?
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.
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.
When you hear Indiana Jones, most likely the name Harrison Ford also comes to mind, but what if you heard Indiana Jones starring Bradley Cooper?
When Disney bought Lucasfilm and acquired Star Wars it also acquired Indiana Jones as well, but until now Disney did not have full legal rights to the entire franchise.
We first meet Indiana Jones back in 1981 in “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. A fictional archaeologist who’s real name is Dr. Henry Jones Jr., but prefers to be called “Indy”.