Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford will work together again on Indiana Jones 5! Premiere expected in July 2015.
According to a Disney announcement, Steven Spielberg will return to direct the fifth installment of the adventure saga that started back in 1981 with Raiders of the Lost Arc.
After the first movie the franchise continued with a prequel, Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom (1984) and two sequels. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was released in 1989 and the second one Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was a more recent movie (2008) also starring Cate Blanchet as the villain.
All moves were directed by Steven Speilberg and produced by Lucasfilm, with George Lucas as the story’s writer/co-writer.
Now, that Lucasfilm is owned by Disney, it is unclear if George Lucas will still be involved in the making of Indiana Jones, or if Shia LeBeouf which had a prominent role in the previous film as Indiana Jones’ son will appear in this one too. So far we only got Spielberg and Ford.
It was announced that Star Trek Beyond is in schedule for reshoots and those reshoots will include Shohreh Aghdashloo! That is some exciting news for The Expanse fans.
While no one has stated an official reason for the reshoots, best guess with no other news on the matter means that they are expanding the storyline and correcting plot issues. This is to be expected with the shaky production Star Trek has been having from start which resulted in plenty of rewrites, and now, even reshoots quite a while after the shooting has finished. But who can complain about news like this.
Shohreh Aghdashloo will play a member of the Federation High Command. Considering her role as Chrisjen Avasarala on SyFy’s The Expanse, I can’t think of any other actor that is better suited for such a role!
It will probably be a small part in the storyline, but who’s to say over what we can be excited!
Star Trek Beyond is the third movie since the franchise reboot, and is directed by Justin Lin. Starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana. Premieres July 22, 2016.
After a four hour ceremony where actors are handing each other golden statuettes, everybody goes to the Governors Ball and the Vanity Fair after party to relax. Here’s a tiny view of the Oscars after party.
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