If there is a saga (and a character) known to everyone, that is ‘ Indiana Jones. ‘ Its first part, premiered in 1981, resulted in three other sequels, and millions at the box office, in addition to raising Harrison Ford to the Olympus of Cinema, leaving him as one of the most influential stars of the last 40 years.
The last installment of the archaeologist’s adventures came to us in 2008, ten years ago, and it did not satisfy the critics or the fans, who place it as the worst in the saga, primarily because of its end, and the CGI abuse.
Thus, since Disney bought Lucasfilm, there has been a long and tended talk about making a new installment, a last one, ‘. The possibility of a reboot was discussed for a while (even with Chris Pratt taking over ), but finally, from Disney, they confirmed that we would have ‘ Indiana Jones 5 ‘ and Harrison Ford. Now David Koepp, one of the scriptwriters who has collaborated most with Steven Spielberg, has returned to the film to review the script.
Steven Spielberg confirmed that the last movie would chronologically follow the Crystal Skull, so we can assume that it will be set in the 60s, the time of the first landing on the Moon, in addition to the hippie movement and the start of a new cinema, with movies horror like ‘The Devil’s Seed’ or the thriller ‘Bonnie and Clyde.’ Will Indy travel to space? Will it become a hippie? Also Read: Lil Baby New Album ‘My Turn’ Drops His Sophomore
The McGuffin of the movies is what they usually find the most. Still, thanks to the expanded universe of Indiana Jones, they have a choice, the Atlantis story being a fan favorite, next to the Infernal Machine or the Bermuda Triangle.
Spielberg wants a more earthly story, primarily due to the poor reception of the last installment and the appearance of aliens. History will show us an aging Indiana Jones, and it could be a different movie than all we have seen of the archaeologist, with a wiser Jones but less action hero, something we already saw in the forgotten series’ The Adventures of the Young Indiana Jones.’