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post #61 of 92
also it the knight at the end says that staying in the cave is the price of immortality but that doesnt mean he has to stay in the cave, he can still be immortal
post #62 of 92
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Originally Posted by FredProgGH View Post

Well, I'm sceptical myself but- Harrison IS in good shape for 64 and if the movie confronts his (i.e., Indy's) age head on and works it into a good story you could have a good movie.

Key Key ! If they play on his age and a sort of "I'm in this adventrure but I ain't what I used to be" kind of angle, it could be great great fun ! If they try to make him 30 again in action ,love etc it will be harder to watch than your favorite old fighter getting the shitt beat out of him.

Art
post #63 of 92
I think the fact that INDY IV is taking place in the '50s instead of the '30s.....



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Opening action setpiece rumored to involve Russians (replacing the old reliable Nazis) that takes place in Area 51, as well as John Hurt's rumored role as the post-war era Albert Einstein



.......should comfirm that Ford/Indy's age diff since LAST CRUSADE will get some notice in the plot and in action scenes.
post #64 of 92
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shia labouf is going to play his son! what about that?

Yea, Im not too sure I like that.
post #65 of 92
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Tonight on ET, they have a behind the scenes look at Indy 4.

http://www.theraider.net/news/fullst...dy4.php?id=258
post #66 of 92
I recommend nobody watch it, so when the final film is released we are all surprised, and don't know every single bit about the movie before we walk into the theatre :P
post #67 of 92
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I recommend nobody watch it, so when the final film is released we are all surprised, and don't know every single bit about the movie before we walk into the theatre :P

I highly doubt they will give much info out with the footage.... didn't get a chance to watch it on E.T., but pulled a couple of pics off of some footage at Indianajones.com




And the link for the video I pulled it from.
http://indianajones.com/community/news/indyarrives.html
post #68 of 92
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post #69 of 92
Don't know if this has been posted...apparently, in a report I read yesterday, the boys are now shooting on the Big Island, just north of Hilo.
An interesting choice of locales...there are some massive sea cliffs up that way (similiar to the ones on Kauai that were used for JP).
post #70 of 92
Just visited Kauai this March, I had no clue they shot JP there. However soon as I landed I knew a saw "this place" somewhere. Later took the chopper island tour, and found out that there were a few other films were shot there as well. Cool little island for sure.
post #71 of 92
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Just visited Kauai this March, I had no clue they shot JP there. However soon as I landed I knew a saw "this place" somewhere. Later took the chopper island tour, and found out that there were a few other films were shot there as well.

Along with some little TV shows called "Lost" and "Fantasy Island. That whole region is a ranch film companies can rent and visitors can tour.

http://www.kualoa.com/
post #72 of 92
Looking at those pictures im having a hard time seeing indiana jones I just keep seeing Mr. President from airforce one. On a good note Indiana Jones Raiders of the lost arch is my favorite movie of all time and I can't wait for a new one to come out, just please for the love of god don't have him say "get off my plane".
post #73 of 92
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Originally posted by homeaudio4fun
"On a good note Indiana Jones Raiders of the lost arch is my favorite movie of all time"

That would be Raiders of the Lost Ark, not arch.
post #74 of 92
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Originally posted by homeaudio4fun
"On a good note Indiana Jones Raiders of the lost arch is my favorite movie of all time"

That would be Raiders of the Lost Ark, not arch.

Wasn't Raiders of the Lost Arch that episode of Star Trek: TNG where the holodeck characters become self aware...?
post #75 of 92
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Just visited Kauai this March, I had no clue they shot JP there. However soon as I landed I knew a saw "this place" somewhere. Later took the chopper island tour, and found out that there were a few other films were shot there as well. Cool little island for sure.

Went to Kauai about 10 years ago. Unfortunately, it rained nearly the entire 2 weeks I was there.
Easy to see why they call it the "Garden Isle"....the amount of flowering flora has to be seen to be believed.
Northern Kauai is a great place for a honeymoon or a 2nd honeymoon.
post #76 of 92
Hahahaha oops yea I guess it is the ark.
post #77 of 92
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for the love of god

Really? Really?? It's that important to you?
post #78 of 92
I'm hoping that this film will catch Ford as viable at 65 as Cary Grant was at 59 in Charade - one of his best. We age much better these days, and while Indy is a bit more physical than Grant's character, I had no trouble with the fight sequences in that film including the excellent one on the top of the building and sign. I have confidence that Ford and Speilberg can bring it off. Willis brought his off with the same doubts abounding.
post #79 of 92
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Karen Allen is looking great!

Glad to see her back in Indy 4.

post #80 of 92
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Karen Allen is looking great!

That's because she's always looked old.
post #81 of 92
Uh, considering 25 years have past since the last time we really saw her in full form in the first Raiders movie, she looks almost DISTURBINGLY ageless. Look at her face, outside from 10-20lbs or so, she could easily have just stepped out of 1982.

Or....maybe Lucas has finally nailed the whole "digital actor" stuff
post #82 of 92
I thought she looked like she was 60 in the first indiana. As a kid I was wondering what Indy was doing with a grandma.
post #83 of 92
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I thought she looked like she was 60 in the first indiana. As a kid I was wondering what Indy was doing with a grandma.

Neuner, that would be one fine looking 60 year old!



post #84 of 92
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Neuner, that would be one fine looking 60 year old!

Sorry, but never thought she was attractive...for as young as she is suppose to be in those pics she sure does have a lot of wrinkles. Probably been around the track too many times
post #85 of 92
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Sorry, but never thought she was attractive...for as young as she is suppose to be in those pics she sure does have a lot of wrinkles. Probably been around the track too many times

"It ain't the years, it's the mileage".

Seriously, though...Allen doesn't look all that different in INDY IV than she did in RAIDERS. Much less so than Ford does.

Of course, can you picture the "original" Indy/Marion choices now (or then)?

Tom Selleck and Sean Young?
post #86 of 92
She's just has very unfeminine features, one of the reasons that she pulled off her role so convincingly in Raiders. Can you picture some powderpuff starlet today trying to pull of running a bar in Mongolia or somewhere, drinking crazy neanderthals under the table?

Well ok maybe Lindsey Lohan...but thats only because we know about her REAL life...in character? no way
post #87 of 92
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She's just has very unfeminine features, one of the reasons that she pulled off her role so convincingly in Raiders. Can you picture some powderpuff starlet today trying to pull of running a bar in Mongolia or somewhere, drinking crazy neanderthals under the table?

Yes, I agree - she definitely fits the bill. I just don't get it when guys refer to her as attractive either then or now (same either decade) unless they are into that Mongolia Bartender look.
post #88 of 92
maybe what guys are attracted to isn't so cookie cutter as main stream media would have you believe?
post #89 of 92
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Originally Posted by aegisx View Post

maybe what guys are attracted to isn't so cookie cutter as main stream media would have you believe?

Are we to ponder over this crap? I follow both heads and both went limp when I saw her.
post #90 of 92
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Originally Posted by Neuner View Post

Yes, I agree - she definitely fits the bill. I just don't get it when guys refer to her as attractive either then or now (same either decade) unless they are into that Mongolia Bartender look.

You don't have to get it Nuener.

We all have different tastes in women.

Karen Allen, to me, looked great then and now (56 in October).

That doesn't make me any better than you or you better than me.
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