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Old 2014-10-02, 17:01   Link #1
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Indiana Jones 5

"Six years after his last big-screen appearance, Indiana Jones may ride again.
Variety has printed what appears to be confirmation that Indiana Jones 5 is going
into production. Buried in an article about an online filmmaking course is this line
about cinematographer Janusz Kaminski: His next project is the upcoming fifth
Indiana Jones movie. (A frequent Steven Spielberg collaborator, Kaminski was
the director of photography on 2008s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the
Crystal Skull.)

Insiders have been anticipating the announcement of a fifth Indiana Jones movie
since December, when Disney acquired the rights to the franchise (following its
acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012). Spielberg and George Lucas have reportedly
been developing the movie since 2008, but plans seemed to have stalled after
Crystal Skull met with a mixed reception (albeit fantastic box office). One rumor
circulating earlier this year was that Disney had agreed to develop one or two
new Indiana Jones movies for Harrison Ford in order to secure his participation in
Star Wars: Episode VII. If Ford is indeed reprising his role as the archaeologist-
slash-adventurer, it would make sense to get the ball rolling while hes still in Star
Wars shape."

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Old 2014-10-03, 00:06   Link #2
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"Anticipated" my ass, can't they just let this franchise die with its dignity still in tact?
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Old 2014-10-03, 01:38   Link #3
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George Lucas wants more money, it seems. Poor Spielberg wanted this dead after Crusade too.

Since it will be made regardless, my only hope is that they don't shove so much pointless CG as last time. It seriously felt as bad as the Star Wars prequels.
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Old 2014-10-03, 01:52   Link #4
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They'll have to, Ford is like 72 years old now. Not as spry as he used to be. Hell he broke something on the SW set.
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Old 2014-10-03, 13:52   Link #5
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"Anticipated" my ass, can't they just let this franchise die with its dignity still in tact?
they will just zombified it.
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Old 2014-10-04, 01:56   Link #6
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George Lucas wants more money, it seems. Poor Spielberg wanted this dead after Crusade too.

Since it will be made regardless, my only hope is that they don't shove so much pointless CG as last time. It seriously felt as bad as the Star Wars prequels.
At this point using practical effects is more impressive than CGI. It is like how they built a full size and moving Jaeger cockpit for Pacific Rim, and functional pilot suits. No one is impressed with CGI these days.
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Old 2014-10-04, 02:04   Link #7
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Thats because CGI will always look somewhat unreal/fake on some level. The full on props is one of the things that makes really old movies that much more impressive.
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Old 2014-10-04, 02:26   Link #8
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They don't have the budget (usually) to hire thousands of extras for the massive scale epics they made in the 30s, 40s, 50s, and into the 60s. When you'd have whole armies worth of people running around on location because there was no other option. Even camera tricks would be difficult.
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Old 2014-10-04, 03:33   Link #9
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True, you can't shoot films like this anymore without the studio (and its backers) going bankrupt. Well, at least the CGI would be decent enough, as they'll probably hire ILM (another of Lucas' creations and one of the top 5 outfits in the CGI industry) to cover that part; no risk of IJ5 becoming a cheap and pretentious Sundance movie.
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Old 2014-10-05, 13:09   Link #10
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Woah. They want Ford to break more bones?
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Old 2014-10-05, 15:04   Link #11
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Thats because CGI will always look somewhat unreal/fake on some level. The full on props is one of the things that makes really old movies that much more impressive.
4 Reasons Movie Special FX Are Actually Getting Worse:

"When every summer movie is like 80 percent special effects and 20 percent actual
people (mostly Gary Oldman), it might be time to stop calling them "special." It's
gotten so ridiculous that pretty soon IMDb is going to have to create new categories
for all those digital hair tracers, ab sculptors, and dick jiggle physics specialists
working on every movie. Unfortunately, past the flashy visuals and explosions of the
big screen lies the seedy underbelly of the visual effects industry, which involves
shady dealings like ..."

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http://www.cracked.com/quick-fixes/4...getting-worse/
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Old 2014-10-05, 22:04   Link #12
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^ that to.

Also, perhaps studios should stop paying the actors tens to hundreds of millions per movie. I'm sorry, but no one is worth that much. Not when those VFX companies struggle to even stay open because they're getting screwed.
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Old 2014-10-05, 22:10   Link #13
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^ that to.

Also, perhaps studios should stop paying the actors tens to hundreds of millions per movie. I'm sorry, but no one is worth that much. Not when those VFX companies struggle to even stay open because they're getting screwed.
Marvel at least got it right in essentially, making their own stars. RDJ was very cheap when he was hired for Ironman. And in general they are careful about actor salaries.
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Old 2014-10-05, 22:39   Link #14
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Keanu Reeves is good for it to apparently. He's quite happy with his small apartment and comparatively modest pay checks. So he donates the bulk of his pay back into the movies he is in to pay for other things to make the movie better.
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Old 2015-02-21, 00:05   Link #15
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Steven Spielberg reportedly wants to direct the Indiana Jones reboot:

"Word has been circling for some time that Disney is mulling a reboot of the Indiana
Jones series and wants Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt to take the whip.
Deadline is now reporting that Steven Spielberg himself is interested in stepping
behind the camera should all the pieces fall into place."

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http://www.theverge.com/2015/2/20/80...ng-chris-pratt
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Old 2015-02-21, 01:23   Link #16
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They'd have to move the setting to the early 80s

Imagine old grumpy Indy complaining about new fangled things like Michael Jackson and dudes in permed hair wearing jean jackets.
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Old 2015-02-21, 01:26   Link #17
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Indian Jones: Escape from the Old Folks Home.
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