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The Hollywood Reporter had a chance to sit and chat with Disney CEO Bob Iger. They discussed everything from Pixar to Marvel to Lucasfilm.While discussing Lucasfilm THR asked about the future of Indiana Jones. Steven Spielberg has confirmed that he will direct the fifth installment and that Harrison Ford will once again reprise the role of the intrepid archaeologist, but what will happen after that? Will Disney want to create an Indiana Jones universe similar to what they have with Star Wars and Marvel?Thankfully no. Iger said:"Not like Star Wars, no.
- Cinema Blend: Will Indiana Jones 5 Lead To More Movies? Here’s What We Know
- SlashFilm: ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Won’t Be the Last One; George Lucas Still Executive Producing
- Bleeding Cool: Bob Iger Has Trouble Describing Where Disney Is Taking Indiana Jones
- MovieWeb: Should Han Solo Actor Alden Ehrenreich Be the New Indiana Jones?
- JoBlo: George Lucas is involved with Indiana Jones 5
Eli Roth's best moments address real fears and anxieties, and he seems like a strong choice to take the director's chair on the 'Death Wish' remake with Bruce Willis starring.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured
- AintItCool: Eli Roth has a DEATH WISH with Bruce Willis... but what about Jeff Goldblum?!?!?
- IGN Movies: Eli Roth, Bruce Willis Remaking Death Wish
- JoBlo: Eli Roth is the latest to have a Death Wish with Bruce Willis involved
- Bleeding Cool: Eli Roth To Remake Death Wish With Bruce Willis
- SlashFilm: Eli Roth Is the Latest Director to Grant Bruce Willis’ ‘Death Wish’
- MovieWeb: Eli Roth Will Direct Bruce Willis in Death Wish Remake
- ScreenRant: Eli Roth to Direct Death Wish Reboot Starring Bruce Willis
- Screen Crush: Bruce Willis to Star in Eli Roth's 'Death Wish' Remake
- Twitch: DEATH WISH: Eli Roth in Talks to Take Over The New Film
- Entertainment Weekly: Eli Roth set to direct 'Death Wish' remake
And he would know
- SlashFilm: Steven Spielberg Promises Not to Kill Harrison Ford in ‘Indiana Jones 5’
- MovieWeb: Spielberg Won't Kill Off Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones 5
- Comic Book Movie: Steven Spielberg Promises He Won't Kill Off Harrison Ford's INDIANA JONES In The Fifth Movie
- AintItCool: Spielberg Says Henry Jones Jr. Will Not Die In His Next RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK Sequel!!
- HitFix: Steven Spielberg just made a big 'Indiana Jones 5' promise
- JoBlo: Don't expect Steven Spielberg to kill off Indiana Jones for the fifth movie
Look, INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL didn't do much for fans when it came out. There was plenty of hype around it, considering LucasFilm had gotten the band back together. You had Steven Spielberg in the director's chair, a story by George Lucas, Harrison Ford donning the iconic hat, John Williams scoring the thing, and even Karen Allen returning to the famous franchise.
In a new trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, the legend of the Kyber Saber is revealed. It’s a powerful weapon the Emperor would love to get his desiccated hands on. Unfortunately, the situation goes over the head of the Rowan Freemaker. Click here to view the embedded video. LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures debuts on Disney XD on June 20th. The Kyber Saber Explained In New Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Trailer
- Coming Soon: Full LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Trailer
- USA Today: 'Freemakers' introduces new family into the 'Star Wars' galaxy
- Vulture: John Williams Plans to Score Star Wars 8, Ready Player One, and Indiana Jones 5
- Vulture: In Case You Didn’t Consider Star Wars a Work of Art, This Algorithm Will Make It Look Like a Van Gogh Painting
- We Got This Covered: John Williams To Score Ready Player One, Indiana Jones 5 And Possibly Star Wars: Episode VIII
- AintItCool: HERC RADIO!! MAGGIE’S PLAN!! Plus All The DC, Marvel, Star Wars & Star Trek News!!
- ScreenRant: John Williams to Score Indiana Jones 5; Wants to Score Star Wars 8
- JoBlo: Star Wars Minute - Boyega & Pacific Rim, McQuarrie Rogue One & more (video)
- The Wrap: ‘Star Wars’ Actress Daisy Ridley Opens Up About Struggle With Endometriosis (Photo)
- Latino Review: Mads Mikkelsen Comments On The 'ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY' Reshoots, Without Debunking!
- SlashFilm: John Williams Confirmed to Score ‘Indiana Jones 5’ and ‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’
- ScreenRant: Star Wars: Mads Mikkelsen Talks Rogue One Reshoots
- Screen Crush: Steven Spielberg Confirms John Williams to Score 'Indiana Jones 5' and 'Star Wars: Episode 8'
- HitFix: General Leia Would Like a Word: Star Wars' Carrie Fisher Starts Advice Column
- HitFix: MORE RUMORS! Mads Mikkelsen admits Disney loves the 'Star Wars: Rogue One' frenzy
- MovieWeb: John Williams Will Score Star Wars 8 and Indiana Jones 5
- MovieWeb: Star Wars: Rogue One Reshoots Are Just a Final Polish Says Mikkelsen
- HitFix: This 'Star Wars' Prequel Actor Would Sign Up For the New Trilogy 'In a Heartbeat'
- FirstShowing.net: John Williams to Score Next 'Indiana Jones' + 'Star Wars' + One More
- JoBlo: Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net:Crow, Hateful Eight, Se7en, Star Wars
Shortly after the sale of LucasFilm to Disney, several rumors began circulating that not only was STAR WARS coming back in a big way but that INDIANA JONES wouldn't be far behind. Depending on who you asked, it was going to be a reboot starring someone like Chris Pratt as a younger Indy, a sequel where Harrison Ford passes the torch over to his son to keep up the good fight and make sure that everything ends up in a museum, or just an outright sequel with Ford front and center.
- Cinema Blend: Indiana Jones 5 Is Definitely Bringing Back A Key Player
- Dark Horizons: Williams Returns For "Indiana Jones 5"
- ScreenRant: Indiana Jones 5: Steven Spielberg Confirms John Williams Will Score Film
More than ever before, blockbuster franchises are dominating the box office – driving ticket sales records higher and higher. With a few exceptions, the most successful films in movie history (both domestic and globally) are sequels to popular franchises – and, as shared universes become even more prolific, that trend is unlikely to slow down any time soon. The result?
- Cinema Blend: The Monster Trucks Trailer Has A Cute Monster In A Tricked-Out Truck, Watch It Now
- Vulture: The Very Literal Monster Trucks Trailer Has Monsters, Trucks, and Lucas Till
- ScreenRant: Monster Trucks Preview: E.T. Meets Fast & Furious
- ScreenRant: Monster Trucks Special Effects: How CGI Creatures Drive Real Trucks
- JoBlo: The Monster Trucks trailer features exactly that. Where is your God now?
- Screen Crush: 'Monster Trucks' Trailer: You Will Believe a Monster Can Be a Truck
- Entertainment Weekly: Automotive aliens take the wheel in 'Monster Trucks' trailer
- MovieWeb: Monster Trucks Trailer Has a Big Friendly Alien Under the Hood
- Latino Review: Watch a Monster Power a Truck in New 'MONSTER TRUCKS' Trailer
- Bleeding Cool: Monster Trucks Trailer Is One Part Family Film, One Part Unhinged Madness
- FirstShowing.net: Must Watch: First Trailer for Crazy Live-Action 'Monster Trucks' Movie
- Fandango Movie Blog: Watch: The First 'Monster Trucks' Trailer Is Basically 'Herbie Fully Loaded' with Adorable Creatures
- ScreenRant: Monster Trucks: Lucas Till on Leading His Own Franchise After X-Men
The crew over at The Reel World had a chance to sit down and chat with producer Brad Fuller. He was there to talk about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, but The Reel World guys got Fuller to divulge some info on the new FRIDAY THE 13th flick he's also producing. First up, is it going to be a found footage film? Fuller said: “There was a lot of found-footage scripts that they wanted us to make.
- Horror-Movies.ca: Will We Meet Jason’s Dad in the New ‘Friday the 13th’?
- SlashFilm: The Next ‘Friday the 13th’ Movie Will Give Jason a New Origin For Some Reason
- JoBlo: Exclusive: Jason's dad Elias is "on the table" for next Friday The 13th film
- Screen Crush: 'Friday the 13th' Reboot Will Show You a New Jason Voorhees Origin Story, Kind Of
- Coming Soon: Friday the 13th Reboot Will Give Jason a New Origin
- Shock Till You Drop: FRIDAY THE 13TH Reboot Will Give Jason a New Origin
- We Got This Covered: Platinum Cooking Up Reworked Origins Story For Jason Voorhees With Friday The 13th Reboot
- ScreenRant: Friday the 13th Reboot Avoids Found-Footage, Features New Origin
- IGN Movies: Friday the 13th: Next Film Will Be an Origin Story
- Dark Horizons: Next "Friday the 13th" To Offer New Origin
- Cinema Blend: How The New Friday The 13th Movie Will Change Jason
- MovieWeb: Friday the 13th Remake Gives Jason a New Origin Story
Monster Trucks‘ road to the screen has been a long and winding one. Originally put into development in 2013, it finished shooting in 2014 for release in summer 2015… only to be delayed to Christmas 2015, and then to spring 2016, and then all the way to early 2017. But Paramount is finally ready to offer us a little peek of what’s in store.
- Coming Soon: Monster Trucks Trailer and Set Visit Report!
- Dark Horizons: New Trailer: "Monster Trucks"
- Deadline: ‘Monster Trucks’ Trailer: Lucas Till’s Got More Than A Tiger In His Tank
- Badass Digest: MONSTER TRUCKS Trailer: You May Have A Hard Time Believing This Exists
- HitFix: From the set of 'Monster Trucks' - Blending 'E.T.' with 'Fast and the Furious'