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24, 00 ¬
Bryan "Movie Guy" Harley was kind enough to send Indy-X the
George Lucas/Harrison Ford dialog from a recent episode of Access
Hollywood. Here it is:
O'Brien: What about Indy 4?
Ford: Ask him (points to George Lucas), just you light a fire
under his ass and we'll get it done. (laughs)
Pat O'Brien: How anxious are you to do it?
Ford: I'm that anxious. I'll... I'll get the match for you
(Pat O'Brien movies over to George Lucas to talk to him)
Pat O'Brien: Any word on Indy 4? He told me to light a fire under
your ... uh he didn't say butt, but uh...
George Lucas: Uh, I think we're all busy (laughs)
Pat O'Brien: Where is that project right now?
George Lucas: Uh, we got a script on it. And its really a matter
of getting everybody together to the same... same place and the same
time to do it.
18, 00 ¬ Yahoo!
updated with more news regarding Harrison Ford's Indy-4 comments.
the Indy script is the only things holding up the film, however, Ford
can stop worrying. In November 1998 during a Phantom Menace press
conference, Lucas told reporters that a new Indy script is ready to
shoot, whenever Ford and Spielberg are.
They better freaking hurry up, though, if they want the AARP-eligible
Ford to have some semblance of youth as the swashbuckling lead
The aging star who played the adventurous archeologist in Raiders of the
Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the
Last Crusade will be celebrating 58 big ones in July.
16, 00 ¬ Coming
Attractions has quoted what Harrison Ford recently said at the filming
of 'Live At The Actors Studio' in Manhattan, New York on February 15th. It
deals with Indiana Jones IV:
not makin' any announcement here tonight. I want it to happen. There is
no script yet that everybody is REALLY happy with. George is a bit
pre-occupied with that "other" movie (audience laughs), but
Steven and I are very ambitious to do it. But we all realize it has to
'Will there be another Indiana Jones film?'
Harrison Ford: 'Oh Yehhh...(audience claps)......(laughs). Now
Feb 8, 00 ¬
Sci-fi.com posted some news regarding the status of Indy-4.
George Lucas has completed a script for a fourth
Indiana Jones movie, but neither potential star Harrison
Ford nor director Steven Spielberg has seen it yet.
Without Ford's or Spielberg's approval, a fourth movie is
unlikely, according to USA Today columnist Jeannie
"If there was a script they all loved, they would kill
themselves to clear their schedules," Ford's agent,
Patricia McQueeney, told Williams. "They love it so
much, but they can't seem to get their heads together
on a script they are all enthusiastic about." Ford just
completed the supernatural thriller What Lies Beneath.
15, 00 ¬ A
spy named "Indy Cindy" has released top secret information about
next Indiana Jones film, exclusively to Indy-X! Read it below:
to read: There
are so many story lines floating around. Contrary to popular belief, a
script has not been finalized, but some treatments have. One of the more
curious ones sticks with the Christian themes of two of the movies where
Indiana is searching for a piece of the original cross that Christ was
here at Indy-X shall keep you up to date with this startling information!
An article on Variety, regarding Harrison Ford and the character Jack
Ryan, touches upon the subject of another Indiana Jones film.
other alternative, Indiana Jones, is at least two years off. George
Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Ford agreed to do another pic years ago
providing all agree on concept and script. While Lucas has a script he
likes, the other two aren’t sold; besides, Lucas and Spielberg are
booked solid with directing jobs.
new source reports in with some major spoiler that might occur in Indy-4.
to read: Apparently,
from what my source tells me, early last year the big guys (Lucas and
Spielberg) were in a teleconference and were discussing Indy IV. They
were talking about the previous films and the point was brought up that
Indy wouldn't be alive today because of his age. The thought struck them
as depressing, because it's hard to imagine Indiana Jones as being an
old guy. Then my source proceeded to tell me that Indy would be killed
in the next film trying to save the world because it will be the last
Indy film ever. They want him to go out with a bang. I'll be talking
with [his source] next week and he promised me some more
¬ A source chimes in with
something he heard about Indy-4.
to read: From
what one of my sources tells me, Spielberg said Indy-4 would have
another biblical theme to it. He then went on to say that the
"powers that be" thought a story about the Garden of Eden
would be a good plot. So far, a script is in the process of being
finished up, but a long treatment does exist. It is about Indy and his
quest for the Cherubim's Flaming Sword that protects the garden. That's
all he knew, but if I find out more, I'll let you know.
posted a short news article asking the question, "Is Indy-4
Deadlocked?" Thanks to Dazza for the tip.
the script? It’s impossible to say, obviously, having not read it, but
a comment by Spielberg may shed some light on what his opinion is of it
at this point, perhaps even echoing the two others. Spielberg says,
"We're being a little more prejudicial. We don't want the fourth
Indiana Jones movie to leave a bad taste in anyone's mouth."
Having said that, the trade reports that the last and only thing that is
actually holding this production back is an agreement by Ford and
Spielberg on a script. Since all three are likely to work this out, Indy
4 could happen sooner than we think… or will it?
¬ The Hollywood
Reporter posted some news regarding the script for Indy-4. Thanks to
FliPP for the heads up.
The only thing
holding up a fourth Indiana Jones movie is an agreement by Harrison Ford
and Steven Spielberg on a script, according to George Lucas. "We have
a script; it's all finished," Lucas said during an interview recorded
this year on a rereleased version of "Indiana Jones and the Last
Crusade," part of a new Paramount Home Video promotion of the movie
and TV franchise to be introduced next week on VHS. Ford said he is on
board for a fourth installment, and Spielberg talked about it as if it's a
go. It's just a matter of making sure the script is right. "We're
being a little more prejudicial," Spielberg said. "We don't want
the fourth Indiana Jones movie to leave a bad taste in anyone's
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