The first season reveled in bringing the time period alive in all of its totally ‘80s glory, from Dungeons & Dragons gaming sessions and Eggo waffles to homages to “E.T.,” “The Shining,” and “Rambo.” Hell, even star Winona Ryder’s presence is a timely tribute since she made her early career in such iconic ‘80s films as “Lucas,” “Beetlejuice,” and “Heathers.”
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During a recent interview with EW, screenwriter David Koepp talked about the next chapter of the Indiana Jones story and confirmed Mutt will not be in the movie:
"Harrison plays Indiana Jones, that I can certainly say… and the Shia Labeouf character is not in the film."
Koepp went on to say that the
Plastic surgeons have seen a rise in requests for surgically-created dimples, something Dr. Wright Jones, MD and founder of Muse Plastic Surgery, credits to social media.
“I think that our social media-driven culture is aiding to the demand,” Dr. Jones tells People. “Our selfie-driven culture is likely contributing to why we are getting more dimpleplasty requests. Our patient demographic requesting this procedure includes millennial women who fall
As you probably know, the threequel hit Blu-ray last month and brought with it a ton of special features. From a director’s commentary to a black and white cut of the movie and of course, an extensive making-of documentary, there’s a lot there for fans to dig into. There’s also been a ton of new and intriguing tidbits surfacing about the film
“I was very pregnant. I was pretty big and swelling a lot, so I was really ready to go,” Aldrich, of Charlotte, North Carolina, tells People.
The now mother of two tried a foot massage and nothing happened. But then her husband suggested the Buffalo Wing Pizza – a pie with a kick to it – from Hawthorne’s New York Pizza and Bar in Charlotte.
“I had always heard spicy foods could do it, so we ordered the pizza at 6 p.
Ford did eventually reprise his again role as Dr. Jones in 2007's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull which many thought would be his last time. But now Ford is currently gearing up to don the fedora and whip one more time in 2020. Which means Ford will be in his late seventies when Indiana Jones 5 opens in theaters on
The long running arcs finally started to fit together, and thank god we don't have to have another tease about Henry worrying about Ian. Personally, I don't care if we never see him again now that the whole point of the religious cult storyline is clear.
Okay, it was clear before. I've been saying for a while that this is where it was headed, and while it's always nice to be about to say "I told you so," I was so tired of waiting for things to resolve.
Drawing out obvious plots is like enduring bad dental work. Why would the writers inflict that upon fans?
Let's all try to come up with ideas for
While this monster of the week is scary and formidable, once again Supergirl's greatest strength comes from the personal relationship of the characters. The episode, aptly titled "Changing," deals with the biggest new developments of the season: Mon-El's existence, Alex's sexuality and James' burgeoning vigilante career. (I bet you can't guess which of that trio is the weakest story! Hint: it's James ... again.)
Although there were rumors a few years ago about recasting the role of Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones with a new, younger actor like Chris Pratt or Bradley Cooper, the odds are that we will not see anyone else playing this character (at least, not for a long, long time.) Here are the reasons why…
They Tried To Recast Indy On the TV Series and It Didn’t Work: In the 1992-93 television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, three different actors played Jones.
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Some might think 74 is getting up there in age but that hasn’t stopped this superstar, who is set to reprise his roles as Dr. Jones in the next installment of Indiana Jones and Deckard, the replicant hunter, in Blade Runner the sequel.
So in honour of this special day, we put together a quiz to test your Harrison Ford movie knowledge! Good luck and winner gets a slice of pizza…or do they?
Rob Reiner, T.R. Knight, Phylicia Rashad, Richard Schiff, Mary McCormack, Arliss Howard, Henry Czerny, William Sadler and “NCIS” favorite Pauley Perrette will appear in the highly anticipated project in undisclosed roles.
The casting news comes as “When We Rise” wraps shooting today in Vancouver.
The group of guests join “When We Rise” regulars Guy Pearce, Mary-Louise Parker, Rachel Griffiths, Michael K. Williams and and Ivory Aquino, plus previously announced guest stars Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O’Donnell, Denis O’Hare and David Hyde Pierce.
“When We Rise” — hailing from “Milk” scribe Dustin Lance Black — chronicles the personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse family of Lgbt men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement from its turbulent infancy in the 20th
Christopher Walken As Han Solo: George Lucas had a very hard time finding his Han Solo in Star Wars: A New Hope (1977). This character was the last of the lead figures to be cast. Lucas’ leading contender at one point was none other than Christopher Walken. Just think about the possibilities in that performance! However, a chance meeting with Harrison Ford (Who was working as a carpenter at the time) inspired Lucas to cast Ford in the part instead, which launched him into super stardom in the 80s.
The Wire alum Michael Kenneth Williams has been cast in When We Rise, the Alphabet Net’s forthcoming limited series about the gay rights movement, TVLine has learned.
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Created and written by Milk scribe Dustin Lance Black, the seven-part mini chronicles the real-life personal and political struggles of a diverse family of Lgbt men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. civil rights movement. Williams will play African-American community organizer Ken Jones, and
No further information was revealed at the time, but now producer Frank Marshall has revealed to Variety that the story will continue on from where 'Crystal Skull' left off and won't be a prequel as previously rumored. Whether it will pick up any of the threads left by the last film - Indy's marriage, Indy's son Mutt Williams, etc. is unclear.
One thing that Marshall does clearly spell out though is that you shouldn't expect anyone else to step in and take over the title role - he has little desire for a reboot: "It's all about the story. I think both in the Jason Bourne series and on Indiana Jones,
The last Indiana Jones movie was set in 1957. I imagine Indiana Jones 5 will be set either in the '60s or '70s. There are a number of adventures that Indy could find himself in, but what’s next for the adventurous archeologist? Officially, we’ll have to wait and see — but in the meantime, here’s a list of mysterious archeological discoveries and legends that could spark Indiana Jones on his next adventure.
I will say that a lot of these are in North America because I think it would be cool to see Dr. Jones
Specifically it focused on the new films on the way in 2018 and 2019 respectively that would see the return of those characters. In regards to the former, a young Han Solo film from Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Ellen DeGeneres asked him if he had any advice for a young actor taking on the role. It was simple: "Don't do it. First, it seems like everything's going swimmingly, and you put in 25, 30 years, and then they just let you go. And they show you the door and say, ‘We're done with you, thanks very much.'"
In regards to Dr. Jones though, which he's reprising his role in,
It will be a familiar job for Koepp who penned the previous film, "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," along with numerous other Spielberg films including "Jurassic Park," "The Lost World," and "War of the Worlds".
Harrison Ford is set to return to the role of Dr. Jones once he wraps work reprising his role of Rick Deckard in Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" follow-up. Producers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall are also onboard, but - for now at least - it looks like neither George Lucas or Shia Labeouf will be involved.
"Indiana Jones 5" is currently slated for a July 19th 2019 release.
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