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James Mangold is taking over for Steven Spielberg on Indiana Jones 5, and Mangold recently tweeted out something that may indicate when and where the next Indy adventure is set: 1960s New York. Indiana Jones is a globe-trotting series, so it’s highly unlikely the entire film would be set in the Big Apple.

Stephen King is always working on something. The prolific master of horror seems to churn out a book every few months, firing away at one tale of terror after the next, with no signs of slowing down. King is such an institution that he can probably get literally anything published at this point, even a grocery list. And while King will continue to thrive as long as he’s typing away, and publishers will continue to eat it up, he’s not above waxing hypothetically about books he’ll probably never write.

‘Indiana Jones 5’ Producer Frank Marshall Explains How the Pandemic Will Impact the Sequel Indiana Jones 5 feels like one of those movies we’ve been hearing about for over a decade now, but it never seems like it’s actually going to happen. Harrison Ford going to be nearly 80 by the time the movie gets in front of cameras and the coronavirus pandemic is probably going to make it much more difficult to get a blockbuster of that scale off the ground anytime soon.


Review: Valley Girl

JoBlo - Fri, 2020-05-08 07:41

PLOT: This is the story of a nice Valley Girl who falls in love with a punk from Hollywood. Except this time, they sing and dance their way through all the romance. This ain’t your parents VALLEY GIRL. REVIEW: In 1983, director Martha Coolidge presented audiences with a charmingly sweet and funny flick called VALLEY GIRL. While it may have had a huge heart and a hot leading couple courtesy… Read More...

Now Is the Perfect Time to Watch ‘Valley Girl’ The long-delayed Valley Girl remake will hit VOD next month. Directed by Rachel Lee Goldenberg, the new version features musical elements and stars Jessica Rothe and Josh Whitehouse as star-crossed lovers. As you’ll see from the trailer, the remake has a strong ‘80s jukebox aesthetic and pays tribute to its 1983 source material. But it’s going to take something special to capture a similar kind of magic.

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