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Chris Pratt has been taking Hollywood by storm - from Guardians of the Galaxy to Jurassic World - and now he may be joining another franchise. The beloved Parks and Recreation star could be stepping into the leather boots and iconic fedora of Indiana Jones!
Disney bought the rights to the franchise from Paramount in 2013, and has been looking for the perfect actor to take up the mantel of the legendary action archeologist from Harrison Ford. According to Deadline, Disney has their sights set on Pratt.
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While this sounds like the best possible fit – and in all likelihood it would make for an amazing movie – there could be some downsides to casting the 35-year-old heartthrob. Here are six reasons Chris Pratt might be the best or the worst choice to take over the adored franchise.
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Well, if a Fantastic Four trailer didn't set the internet alight today (although it clearly did), this should ice the proverbial cake. Disney is apparently looking to bring back the Indiana Jones franchise, and it's eyeing up Chris Pratt to be its leading man.
We'll give you a minute, whether you like that news or not.
Pratt, who looks pretty Indiana Jones-ish in the Jurassic World publicity shots to date (see above), is a man in demand, thanks to the huge success of The Lego Movie and Guardians Of The Galaxy this year. And Deadline is now reporting that Disney is looking to him as "the swashbuckling archaeologist they hope to build the new franchise around".
Deadline adds that he'd be taking on "the »
Check out this wonderfully illustrated fan art created by artist Joshua Budich for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. This was done for a private commission, so unfortunately you can’t buy a print. I loved this movie, and I still remember the first time I saw it on the big screen. My mom took my to see it, and it was one of my favorite movie-going experiences ever. I love all of the films in the original Indiana Jones trilogy, and if I had to rank them it would be Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Last Crusade, and then The Temple of Doom.
Via: Geek-Art »
- Joey Paur
The wise-cracking ass-kicking small town ninjas of Ninjas vs Vampires are back with the action-packed horror film Ninjas vs Monsters; and this time the ninjas take on an army of traditional horror movie fiends in order to save mankind…
Dracula has called upon Frankenstein’s monster, The Mummy, Werewolf, and a coven of Witches to wipe out the Ninjas, but our pizza-loving heroes – tougher and wiser after their battles in the 2011 film Ninjas Vs Vampires – now have their own supernatural powers as well as awesome kung fu skills to counter the threat. What follows is non-stop combat with plenty of laughs and gore along the way in director Justin Timpane’s latest horror adventure, which is Executive Produced by Eduardo Sanchez (director of The Blair Witch Project, Lovely Molly and Exists).
With Ninjas vs Monsters set for a UK release on January 26th and a Us debut on February 3rd, »
- Phil Wheat
Well, almost as successful as the last one, this eighth addition finished with two films completely unguessed and one film that was eventually figured out, but only after I gave a hint on Twitter. To be honest, I'm a little surprised no one figured out numbers 12 and 14, though I wasn't the least bit surprised it took a hint for anyone to guess number four, that was a tough one even I debated including, but thought it would be fun to see if anyone could figure it out. Number one clearly kept some people guessing as it appears if you put a spider in any screen capture Enemy will be everyone's first guess... says something about the effective nature of that film ehc That said, here are the answers to this latest graphic. If you want to browse the graphic before seeing the answers don't scroll below the image below or »
- Brad Brevet
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