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Raiders Of The Lost Ark Ending Explained: More Than A McGuffin

An homage to the adventure serials of his youth, Steven Spielberg's 1981 film "Raiders of the Lost Ark" is one of the most celebrated action adventures in motion picture history. It is also rollicking, globe-trotting fun, playfully employing the well-worn and still-reliable genre tropes from the 1930s and '40s, updated in a higher-octane action milieu. Henry "Indiana" Jones, as played by Harrison Ford, has become such a stubbornly beloved character that fans and filmmakers refuse to let him go. ...
Tags: Movies, Nazis, Raiders, Jerusalem, David, God, Philip Kaufman, Harrison Ford, Adolf Hitler, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Moses, Steven Spielberg, Jones, Matthew, Mount Sinai


Steven Spielberg Is Considering Making A Western Next

You don't become one of the most acclaimed and widely celebrated filmmakers alive by stubbornly refusing to branch out or otherwise challenge yourself to reach new heights. Though he somewhat unfairly gets generalized as a safe filmmaker, Steven Spielberg has sampled all sorts of tones and genres throughout his incredible career. "Jaws" and "Jurassic Park" are rightfully canonized as horror staples, while "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," "Munich," "War of the Worlds," and obviously "Schindler's L...
Tags: Movies, News, Netflix, West, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Schindler, West Side Story, Reichardt, Yahoo Spielberg


The Unexpected Inspiration Behind Chewbacca

George Lucas might not oversee Lucasfilm anymore, but he's still the creator of "Star Wars." Despite its massive popularity today with new projects such as "The Mandalorian" and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," you can't beat the original "Star Wars" trilogy, which introduced us to Lucas' space odyssey for the first time. At 33 years old, Lucas created heroes and villains in two orders, the Sith and the Jedi, always at the center of the space opera we know and love. But "Star Wars" is a diverse gala...
Tags: Movies, Indiana, Han Solo, Brussels, Darth Vader, Harrison Ford, Resistance, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Lucas, Chewbacca, Francis Ford Coppola, American Kennel Club, Denver Art Museum, Chewie


West Side Story Review: Steven Spielberg's Big, Vibrant Take On The Classic Musical Is One Of His Best Films

The camera pans across dusty, rubble-strewn ruins, the bent bars of fire escapes littered everywhere, stacked on top of each other like twisted limbs. It looks like a bomb went off here; like we're witnessing the end of the world. And then we see a sign: New York City Housing Authority Slum Clearance. Cranes, and bulldozers, and wrecking balls dot the landscape. One day, this will all be Lincoln Center. For now, it's the turf of the Jets and the Sharks. And that turf is shrinking. No matter -- t...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Hollywood, Movies, America, Chicago, Stephen Sondheim, Jets, Sharks, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Maria, Steven Spielberg, Tony, Anita, Leonard Bernstein


Here's Why Movie Dialogue Has Gotten More Difficult To Understand (And Three Ways To Fix It)

I used to be able to understand 99% of the dialogue in Hollywood films. But over the past 10 years or so, I've noticed that percentage has dropped significantly -- and it's not due to hearing loss on my end. It's gotten to the point where I find myself occasionally not being able to parse entire lines of dialogue when I see a movie in a theater, and when I watch things at home, I've defaulted to turning the subtitles on to make sure I don't miss anything crucial to the plot.Knowing I'm not alone...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Amc, Netflix, United States, Ferrari, Ford, Alfonso Cuarón, Nolan, Hulu, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Tom Hardy, Indiana Jones, Sean Penn, Midwest


Hit-Monkey Composer Daniel Rojas On Music Themes, Industry Trends, And La La Land [Interview]

These past few years have been tremendously busy for rapidly rising composer Daniel Rojas.Between Netflix's "Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts" and the Hulu/Marvel one-two punch of "M.O.D.O.K." and "Hit-Monkey," Rojas has made the transition from commercials and short films to major feature films (he contributed to the soundtrack of 2015's Brie Larson-starring "Room," 2016's "Money Monster" and the Alexander Payne film "Downsizing" in 2017) and name-brand shows look impossibly easy. That's not to...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, La, Disney, Netflix, Tokyo, John Legend, Hulu, Costa Rica, Indiana Jones, Nickelodeon, James, Alan Silvestri


Review of Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (DOS)

A review by ETJB (470). Why Couldn't This Have Been the Plot for the 4th Indiana Jones film?
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A 3-foot-long mammoth tusk hidden on the ocean floor could offer clues about the ancient creatures

Members of the science team at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute observe the mammoth tusk.Darrin Schultz © 2021 MBARI Scientists discovered a 3-foot-long mammoth tusk roughly 10,000 feet below the ocean's surface. The deep sea is ideal for preserving remains, though mammoth fossils rarely wind up there. The tusk belongs to a young female mammoth. Scientists are using it for clues about how she lived. To the untrained eye, it may have looked like a giant wood log. In reality, sc...
Tags: Science, News, California, Trends, Ocean, Jurassic Park, The New York Times, Archeology, North America, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Indiana Jones, Marine Biology, Tusk, Deep Sea, University Of Michigan, Paleontology


Every Ghostbusters: Afterlife Main Character Ranked Worst To Best

The development of the "Ghostbusters" franchise has been fascinating to watch unfold. Ivan Reitman's 1984 original is one of the rare movies that could be described as "perfect." How could you possibly combine fantasy, broad comedy, horror, satire, sharp dialogue, improv, and the strong personalities of the cast into a comprehensive 105 minutes? Not every beloved classic of the '80s holds up in a modern context, but "Ghostbusters" has proven it can stand the test of time.Expectations were certai...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, Bill Murray, Paul Feig, Harrison Ford, Trevor, Jason Reitman, Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones, Mark Hamill, Rudd, Lucky, Luke Skywalker, Murray


Everything We Know About The Tomb Raider Anime Series So Far

The first "Tomb Raider" video game, starring the gunslinging heroine Lara Croft, hit consoles in October 1996. Since then, "Tomb Raider" has become one of the bestselling video game franchises of all time, spawning three big-screen film adaptations (and another on the way) that have been met with mixed critical reception.This is no surprise as, with few exceptions, live-action film adaptations of video games have a reputation for being kind of ... not great. Maybe it's because making the transit...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Indiana Jones, Tomb raider, Square Enix, Jonah, Hayley Atwell, Carter, Lara Croft, Lara, Allen Maldonado, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Huo, Croft Manor


The 18 Best Action Movie Actors Ranked

Gone are the days in which a marquee name could draw in a crowd all on its own. Studios now tend to prioritize projects based on their relation to established franchises or source material, and the number of actors who can successfully sell tickets for roles that aren't part of a recurring series or comic book adaptation are remarkably low.Ironically, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is perhaps the only actor of his generation with a consistent fanbase, but despite his winning personality, Johnson's tr...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Sweden, Russia, Michael Bay, Cruise, Austria, United States, Ford, Paris, Conan, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Luc Besson


Artifact iPhone iPad – Puzzle Game 3D pour Archéologue (video)

Source : Artifact iPhone iPad – Puzzle Game 3D pour Archéologue (video) MaxiApple.com Artifact est un jeu vidéo de type puzzle game 3D pour iPhone, iPod Touch et iPad qui va faire de vous une sorte d’archéologue à la Indiana Jones toujours prêt à réparer pièce par pièce ses antiques découvertes… Artifact iPhone iPad, puzzle 3D pour archéologue Disponible sur l’AppStore pour iOS au prix de 4,99 euros […] The post Artifact iPhone iPad – Puzzle Game 3D pour Archéologue (video) appeared first on ...
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Kathleen Kennedy Renews Lucasfilm Contract Through 2024

Buckle up for this one, folks. You're not going to believe it, but sometimes -- read: most of the time -- the angry YouTubers are wrong. Despite a cottage industry of sorts springing up and revolving around YouTube accounts who have eagerly anticipated Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy's supposedly imminent firing for several years now, reports have come in that her contract has actually been renewed for another three years. If that seems surprising to some, consider that the longtime Hollywo...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Patty Jenkins, Rogue Squadron, Jon Favreau Dave Filoni, Renews Lucasfilm, Matthew Beloni


Movies Like The Lord Of The Rings That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"The Lord of the Rings" trilogy is among the most perfect movie trilogies of all time. Against all odds, Peter Jackson's meticulous adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved trilogy of novels lived up to the significant hype, pleasing both fans of the books and complete newcomers. Tolkien spent years crafting the languages, characters, creatures, history, and mythology of Middle-earth, and Jackson showed a similar attention to detail when he brought the sprawling story to the big screen. The films ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Muppets, David Bowie, Andy Serkis, New Zealand, Monty Python, Camelot, Shire, Terry Gilliam, Connor, Charlie Hunnam, Jackson, Lucasfilm, Legolas, Peter Jackson


The 15 Best Movies About The Vietnam War

The Vietnam War had an unprecedented impact on the development of modern filmmaking. The war itself occurred during a downward spiral for major studios, as the luster of the "Golden Age of Hollywood" had depleted throughout the 1960s.The '70s saw the rise of a new generation of filmmakers. As the old system crumbled, studios began to take risks on younger filmmakers who revitalized the industry with their original voices. Directors like Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Brian...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Washington Post, Robin Williams, Aaron Sorkin, Iraq, Disney, America, Chicago, Tom Hanks, David, United States, Williams, Oliver Stone, Cambodia, Stanley Kubrick


Red Notice Review: Dwayne Johnson And Ryan Reynolds Bumble Through Netflix's Glossy, Lifeless Action Movie

What can $200 million get you these days? How about an ultra-glossy, ultra-derivate action-adventure designed solely to launch a franchise? Netflix reportedly paid a small fortune for "Red Notice," a new globe-hopping blockbuster featuring mega-stars Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot, and they didn't get their money's worth. "Red Notice" is art by algorithm; a film that hasn't so much been made as it's been assembled, like a Frankenstein's monster, stitched together from other, better...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Fbi, Netflix, James Bond, Hobbs, Eiffel Tower, Chris Hemsworth, Deadpool, Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Jason Statham, Indiana Jones, Bishop, Cleopatra


Why We'll Probably Never See A Feature-Length Love Actually Sequel

The festive season is fast approaching, which can only mean two things for movie buffs: the traditional debate about the merits of "Die Hard" as a Christmas film will be rekindled, and much blog space will be devoted to unpacking the questionable messages lurking beneath the twinkly surface of "Love Actually."Some movies date far worse than others, while some apparently suffer from accelerated "Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade"-style aging. Just take "Mrs. Doubtfire", with its psycho protagoni...
Tags: Movies, Liam Neeson, Martin Freeman, Richard Curtis, Paul Feig, Emma Thompson, Bill Nighy, Alan Rickman, Lenny Henry, Indiana Jones, Colin Firth, Billy, Radio Times, Hugh Grant, Andrew Lincoln, Bridget Jones


The Spine Of Night Creators Spill On Their Gorgeous, Gory Rotoscoped Epic [Interview]

There are a handful of rotoscoped fantasy classics that every nerd knew in the 1970s and '80s. Whether it was the rollicking rock and roll fantasy of "Heavy Metal" or the extended epics of the Rankin and Bass "Hobbit" or "Lord of the Rings" movies, the unique animation style implanted itself in our collective subconscious. Now there's a new rotoscoped fantasy epic destined to join the ranks, "The Spine of Night." "The Spine of Night" is a sprawling fantasy epic that ties together multiple storie...
Tags: Movies, News, Joe Manganiello, Battlestar Galactica, Indiana Jones, Ralph Bakshi, Lucy, Xena, Morgan, Phil, Gollum, Patton, Rankin, Lawless, LOC NAR, Lucy Lawless


Why Spielberg Traded Cape Fear To Scorsese For Schindler's List

"Schindler's List" won Steven Spielberg his first Academy Award for Best Director, and it's hard to imagine anyone else helming the film. "Cape Fear" is a little different in that Martin Scorsese's 1991 version is a remake of a 1962 thriller directed by J. Lee Thompson. Scorsese reused the score by Bernard Herrmann and reused actors like Robert Mitchum and Gregory Peck. We don't have to imagine what it would be like for someone other than him to helm "Cape Fear," because someone else already did...
Tags: Movies, Berlin Wall, Bill Murray, Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt, Scorsese, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Universal Pictures, Nick Nolte, Murray, Martin Scorsese, Bernard Herrmann, Auschwitz


Star Wars Bits: Hayden Christensen, Ahsoka, Hasbro PulseCon 2021, And More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits:Hayden Christensen Returns for "Ahsoka"New "Ahsoka" DetailsHasbro PulseCon 2021 "Star Wars" Reveals"Star Wars" Podcast & YouTube Round-UpAnd more! Hayden Christensen Returns For Ahsoka After making a voice cameo as a Force Ghost in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" and returning as Darth Vader in the upcoming Disney+ series "Obi-Wan Kenobi," Hayden Christensen will once again play Anakin Skywalker in the "Ahsoka" series featuring Rosario Dawson. The Hollywood R...
Tags: Hayden Christensen, Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Los Angeles, David, New York Times, Hasbro, Devon, John, Darth Vader, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, John Williams


The Interesting True Story Behind The Dig

What would you do if you found a hoard of gold in your garden? It's the stuff of childhood fantasy, and when I was little I would often dig up the flowerbeds searching for hidden treasure. It upset my dad, but could you really blame me? We lived only 10 miles from Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, UK, the site of the famous Anglo-Saxon ship burial and one of the most important archaeological finds ever made.Nowadays, I live about 700 miles away, in the South Moravian heart of Europe. I don't get that homes...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Netflix, Britain, Cambridge, BAFTA, Ralph Fiennes, Carey Mulligan, Ipswich, British Museum, Indiana Jones, Sri Lanka, Suffolk, Edith, Brown, Phillips


Tourist returns Harrison Ford's credit card after star loses it in Italy

It was the saga of Indiana Jones and the Lost Ark, or in this case Harrison Ford and the lost credit card.
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Official Competition: IFC Films Nabs Penélope Cruz & Antonio Banderas-Led Spanish Comedy

According to Variety, IFC Films has successfully acquired the North American distribution rights to the acclaimed Spanish comedy film Official Competition, which is being led by Oscar winner Penélope Cruz and Oscar nominee Antonio Banderas. IFC is planning to release the film in theaters next year. “Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas shine together on screen in Official [Competition],” IFC Films Arianna Bocco said in a statement. “Their chemistry is undeniable, and we believe U.S. audiences will...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Spain, Ifc, Oscar, Harrison Ford, Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, Indiana Jones, Ifc Films, Ivan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn


Is Harrison Ford really going back in time for the new Indiana Jones?

Rumours are rife that, with its star nearing 80, Indy 5 will resort to the oldest trick in the book to keep him youngHow do you solve a problem like your action-movie leading man being nearly 80 and presumably no longer able to get under those rolling boulders quite as he once did? For the new 1960s-set Indiana Jones movie, once again starring Harrison Ford as the ageing adventurer and disturber of ancient tombs, there are rumours that the answer might just be time travel.Fans this week have bee...
Tags: Hollywood, Film, Nazis, Culture, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Science fiction and fantasy films


Daily Podcast: History Of Marvel Studios Trivia & Eternals Early Reactions

On the October 20, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by senior writer Brad Oman to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Marvel Studios and Eternals.Opening Banter: Peter thanks Brad.In the News:Brad plugs some news stories to come out of the Marvel Studios bookBrad: Marvel Studios Pushes Back Entire 2022 Slate, Indiana Jones 5 Delayed Almost A Full YearBrad: ​​The Marvels Director Nia DaCosta Blames Captain America For The SnapBrad (og Le...
Tags: Podcast, Movies, News, Indiana Jones, Marvel Studios, Peter, Brad, Peter Sciretta, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Nia DaCosta, Marvel Studios Trivia


20th Century Spielberg Movies Ranked Worst To Best

Steven Spielberg may not be your favorite film director, but the odds are quite good that you love at least one or five of his movies. He's also the kind of filmmaker whose talents are undeniable -- go ahead, try to deny them. You can't! His work may be too schmaltzy or pure for some, but Spielberg's innate ability and craftsmanship are present in every film he makes, from his very first features to his most recent. It makes ranking his work, already a subjective minefield, a bit more challengin...
Tags: Movies, India, New York City, Raiders, Los Angeles, Tom Hanks, Pennsylvania, United States, Normandy, Shanghai, Conan, San Diego, Poland, Mpaa, John Malkovich, Liam Neeson


Harrison Ford Is Back On The Indiana Jones 5 Set Following Injury

The one and only is back in the saddle! I'm talking about Harrison Ford, of course, who was photographed returning to the set of "Indiana Jones 5" on October 18, following an injury that took him off the shooting schedule for some time.The 79-year-old legend was spotted giving his costar Antonio Banderas a bear hug on the set of the film in Italy on Monday, and both the "Star Wars" actor and the "Legend of Zorro" star appeared to be in great spirits and were seen smiling and laughing in the phot...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Ferrari, Ford, Italy, Harrison Ford, Antonio Banderas, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Logan, Mangold, James Mangold


Indiana Jones 5 Set Photos Feature Phoebe Waller-Bridge & Harrison Ford

Another batch of behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Lucasfilm’s Indiana Jones 5 have made its way online (via Just Jared) as production continues in Italy. The photos, which you can check out below, provided us with a new look at Harrison Ford’s titular adventurer, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s mystery character, making this the first time that the two leading stars were seen together. Oscar nominee Antonio Banderas is also included in the one of the photos with his back turned towards the ca...
Tags: Movies, Action, Ford, Italy, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Antonio Banderas, Indiana Jones, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Danny DeVito, Elizabeth Olsen, Jared, Golden Globe, Kathleen Kennedy, Jez


The 11 Best Pre-MCU Superhero Movies

With Disney as Galactus (and Kevin Feige as its distinctly non-silver herald), devouring all forms of media in its path, it might be hard to remember a time before the behemoth that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After all, the vastly ambitious scope and size of the MCU changed superhero cinema. Suddenly, it wasn't good enough for comic movies to be independent entities; shared universes and crossovers became the norm.And sure, while the last ever superhero movie will probably be a Marvel pro...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Youtube, Superman, Tim Burton, Disney, David, James Bond, Liam Neeson, James McAvoy, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Errol Flynn, Ben Stiller, Wesley Snipes, Indiana Jones


Disney Delays 'Indiana Jones 5,’ ‘Black Panther 2’ Releases

The Walt Disney Co_ is pushing back the release dates of many of its upcoming titles, including the untitled Indiana Jones movie and the Black Panther sequel “Wakanda Forever.”.
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