I am the monarch of the sea indiana jones
I am the monarch of the sea
Disney has announced that Harrison Ford will grab his whip and slam on his hat for a fifth “Indiana Jones” film, just 41 years after the first installment, “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” was released.
“Indy himself, Harrison Ford, will be back to begin his iconic character’s journey,” Disney said in a tweet on Friday. The film will be produced by Disney’s production arm Lucasfilm and released in July 2022, according to Disney.
There had been growing reports that a new film was in the works. During an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show in February, Ford revealed that filming on a new Indiana Jones film will begin this year.
The most recent installment in the series, “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” was released in 2008, almost 20 years after the third installment, “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” was released in 1989.
In addition to Indiana Jones, the 78-year-old Ford has portrayed a variety of well-known characters on television, including Han Solo in “Star Wars.” However, he has stated that his success was earned through hard work.
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This is, without a doubt, one of the best, if not THE best, making-of books I’ve ever read! It’s 300 pages of Indiana Jones escapism. The writers have unquestionably completed their homework. All four films are covered in great detail, making this a comprehensive book that is a must-have for any Indiana Jones fan.
They’ve included snippets from original scripts, such as George Lucas’ suggestion that the sequel have a haunted theme. The script was written by Chris Columbus. In his first draft, Indiana Jones is on a nice trip in Scotland when he learns about a haunted house and people going missing. What a different film it would have been if they had stuck to that idea.
Indy’s adventures continue in Africa, where he encounters a talking Monkey King who forces him to play chess with real people in a second draft by Chris Columbus. If the piece is removed, the individual goes missing. I’m not joking! Anyone up for a game of Jumanji?
Another interesting fact I learned from this book was that everyone knows Tom Selleck was the original choice for Indiana Jones, but did you know who else auditioned??? Are you ready for this? Hasselhoff, David!!! Photos from the book’s auditions (but not of the Hoff.)
I am the monarch of the sea
That means it’s time for a newsletter, right? I hope everyone enjoyed my list of cozy movies in the bonus newsletter I sent out earlier this week. Steven Soderbergh, thank you for making Ocean’s Eleven, the movie that took me through Election Night 2020. It’s fine, except for that one shot where you can see the words “Trump Plaza” in the background.
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Are you looking for something eerie, kooky, enigmatic, and spooky? In this economy, what are your options? Even if the main plot doesn’t quite hold together, The Addams Family manages to make it work. I was familiar with most of the characters and (of course) the popular theme song, but I had never seen any Addams Family media before — not even Charles Addams’ original New Yorker cartoons, which I recommend Googling. Perhaps it’s because patterns come and go in generational waves, but I found this film to be an accidental indicator of Gen Z’s sense of humor: Morbid, boisterous, and deceptively wholesome. The film has a storyline that includes a pair of humans attempting to steal the Addams fortune, but it’s muddled and a bit of a snooze. Fortunately, the filmmakers seem to have recognized this and have peppered the film with amusing vignettes that offer everyone a chance to shine, including Anjelica Huston, Christopher Lloyd, and a young Christina Ricci. It is highly recommended. (12)
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We pointed at a hidden mystery in this year’s submarine cable map a few weeks ago. With the July 1 deadline for solving our riddle behind us, we felt it was time to announce the solution and congratulate the 153 people who got it correct.
The numbers underneath the question correspond to four smaller hints found on the newspaper clippings and notebook pages plastered around the edges of this year’s design, as savvy map readers would have noted.
Clue 2: A group of circled letters spells out “ANRMOCH.” You’ll find a King George VI stamp just above the clue if you need a hint for unscrambling. This is because when these letters are unscrambled, they spell out “MONARCH.” (A brief history lesson clarifies the monarchy connection.)
“I am the king of the sea,” we get when we bring it all together. Maybe a shout-out to the person who created this year’s map? Professor of archaeology, occult specialist, and…how do you put it…obtainer of rare antiquities? To be sure, it’s a hidden gem for any Indiana Jones fan.