- Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
- Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom
- Raiders Of The Lost Ark
- Harrison Ford
- Steven Spielberg
- George Lucas
- David Koepp
- Jon Kasdan
When asked about returning to play his beloved characters like Han Solo and Indiana Jones, Ford said: “…I’m gonna start doing Indiana Jones in about two months. I’m always delighted to come back to these characters. We have the opportunity to make another because people have enjoyed them. I feel obliged to make sure that our efforts are as ambitious as they were when it started. You have a sense of responsibility to your customers. I think of the people who go to my movies more as customers than I do as ‘fans’, ‘fans’ feels kind of weird to me, always has. But the fact that these people support my business, and I’m responsible to them for the quality of the service that I offer.”
"It." The Duffer Brothers originally wanted to direct the movie, but were overlooked as they were not "established" enough. They went on to create Stranger Things (2016), which co-stars Finn Wolfhard (Richie) and pays homage to Stephen King.
By the sounds of it, then, Indiana Jones 5 could be a go around April or May – which would make sense, considering Steven Spielberg wrapped on his upcoming West Side Story adaptation a little while back. Still, other signs of imminent production – like a string of cast announcements or confirmation from the studio – are still absent for the moment, so keep an eye out for more news trickling out in the coming weeks. With the film having been in various states of production over the years, it remains to be seen who’s officially on scripting duties for this one – with David Koepp and Jonathan Kasdan having been involved along the line. Will it make it for that proposed July 2021 release date? On all those fronts, we await the official Disney-Lucasfilm press release…
"Sunshine." Cillian Murphy worked with leading physicist Brian Cox to learn all about advanced physics. This included touring the CERN facility in Switzerland and learned to copy physicists' mannerisms. Murphy ended up copying some of Cox's personal idiosyncrasies, such as his frequent hand movements. The actor also studied Henri-Georges Clouzot's classic The Wages of Fear (1953) to have an understanding of the type of suspense that Danny Boyle was attempting to create. Murphy has claimed that his involvement in Sunshine converted him from agnosticism to atheism.
Time Travel depictions in films and TV are banned in China.