We all knew Star Wars: Episode IX would be coming out in 2019, but everyone assumed it would be Christmas, following in the steps of the previous two films in the trilogy. Turns out that will not be the case. Oh, and the fifth Indiana Jones movie just got a new date, too. As well as Frozen 2. And the live-action Lion…
“Through Imperial Eyes,” the latest episode of Star Wars Rebels, was intense. Grand Admiral Thrawn began to uncover the identity of the Rebel spy Fulcrum and Ezra and Agent Kallus did their best to stop him. The episode also showed us that Thrawn is great at uncovering other things too. Just look around his office.
Which means we can probably look forward to George Lucas throwing shade at Indiana Jones 5 after it comes out.
If you can watch this and not desperately wish that there was an Indiana Jones cartoon to accompany it, then you are a stronger person than I.
There are rumors abound of an unlikely star for Predator. Get new looks at Wonder Woman, Doctor Strange, and Skull Island in the lead up to Comic-Con. Plus, another new clip from Star Wars Rebels season three, the first look at the next season of Sherlock, and new pictures from Fear the Walking Dead. To me, my…
If anyone knows what’s going on with the universes of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm, it’s the CEO of all of Disney, Bob Iger. In a new interview, Iger said he expects to make more Indiana Jones movies after part 5... but that may or may not include Harrison Ford.
Harrison Ford’s return to Star Wars actually becoming his prompt exit from Star Wars might have fans of Indiana Jones worried that the same fate will befall another beloved Ford hero when the actor returns for Indiana Jones 5. Not so, according to director Steven Spielberg. Or at least not so... for now.
When three young filmmakers decided to remake Raiders of the Lost Ark shot for shot, they had no idea where it would take them. Now, a documentary about the experience is coming out, and a new trailer has been cut that feels very familiar.
On June 12, 1981, adventure got a new name: Indiana Jones. Now, 35 years later, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas’ film Raiders of the Lost Ark remains a revered classic and one of the best action films of all time. To begin the anniversary celebration, Lucasfilm has licensed a brand new, limited edition poster…
The story is legendary. In the early Eighties, three 11-year-old boys decided to embark on a shot-by-shot remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark. What started small turned into a multi-decade project that got the attention of the entire world. Now, it’s a documentary called Raiders: The Story Of The Greatest Fan Film Ever…
Hey, who remembers Aqua? And now, who remembers anything about Aqua that isn’t about how they got sued by Mattel for the song “Barbie Girl?” Because they also did a song that mentioned Indiana Jones. It is very bad and also very amazing.
If you’re a pop culture collector, there’s no shortage of art from Lucasfilm’s two biggest properties: Star Wars and Indiana Jones. But now two of the biggest companies in the game, Mondo and Acme Archives, are teaming up to bring you even more, and these pieces look fantastic.
When Indiana Jones returns to theaters in 2019, 30 years will have passed since we last saw him... is what you may be thinking today, assuming you’re one of the many people who deny Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg returned to the franchise in 2008 with Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. But now that a fifth movie is on…
In the early ‘80s, a group of friends decided to do a shot-for-shot remake of Steven Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark. The herculean task became an Internet legend, and this summer you can watch the entire story unfold on the big screen.
The biggest challenge for the new Star Wars was to make us love Rey and Finn as much as Luke and Han. Mission accomplished! But most of the time, when a venerable franchise introduces new characters, it’s a horrendous failure. Here are 10 long-running series that actually made us care about new characters.
The reason we all love Raiders of the Lost Ark is how fun it is. It’s rousing, exciting, sprawling, it basically has it all. Steven Spielberg and George Lucas teamed up to make a movie that makes you feel good, and so too does this poster.
Everyone agrees that, eventually, we’ll see a fifth Indiana Jones movie. However, with Lucasfilm and Disney currently focusing on that other franchise, everyone’s favorite fedora-wearing archaeologist has taken a back seat. And that has lead to tons of speculation.
Like many of us, Ready Player One author Ernie Cline is a disciple of Steven Spielberg. If you grew up in the Eighties or Nineties, his films were your everything, which is why they’re so important in the Ready Player One book. But they won’t be in the movie.
What if Indiana Jones met every challenge with a cry of “Good grief!”? Artist Chris Thornley, also known as Raid 71, casts the Peanuts gang as characters from the Indiana Jones films.
Even if you don’t know the name “Craig Drake,” odds are you recognize his style. The artist spent a good chunk of his early career at Lucasfilm and the company still uses his designs today. Now, Drake has a book of his posters on the way and we’ve got an exclusive first look.