Thursday, February 14, 2008
If Adventure Has A Name, We're About To Find Out...
The day Indiana Jones fans have waited for over 19 years to see happened today...
We got our first look at the trailer for "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" this morning on Good Morning America. The beautiful Quicktime version is now up on Yahoo! Movies and will be in theaters tonight. It's reportedly going to be playing in front of "The Spiderwick Chronicles" this weekend.
I don't know about you, but being that "Raiders of the Lost Ark" is my favorite film I'm getting in line right now. If you go to see a movie tonight you may just run into me. I'm the guy carrying the bullwhip.
Posted by Honor Hunter at 5:57 AM
Labels: Indiana Jones, Movies, Trailers
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Just don't look into the eyes of Mara! ;-)
Absolutely great. I love it. Can't wait to see the movie in May.
I'm so jealous of Tokyo DisneySEA with their ride being able to have such a cool tie-in.
I wonder if the film will bump up the attendance there?
I'm with you. I'm very stoked about a new Indiana Jones movie, and this looks good. I wish the trailer had given us some Karen Allen, tho. Her being back rocks the casbah. Even if it is similar in tone to Crusade, I know I'm going to enjoy the heck out of this film--probably a lot more than I enjoyed the Star Wars Prequels. Yay, Indy!
Now if they'd only make a movie about Indiana Jones at the Temple of the Forbidden Eye. Bring it full circle, you know.
I've already marked that day for vacation!
Wow, very impressed! Looking forward to this!
Hey, I'd love to see more Indy pics if they're good. This trailer looks promising. Lucasfilm copyrighted several names last year that they planned on using for the pics. I'd love to see one of these titles become another "Jones' movie. Ironically, KOTCS is perhaps the weakest of these names:
Indiana Jones and the City of Gods
Indiana Jones and the Destroyer of Worlds
Indiana Jones and the Fourth Corner of the Earth
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Indiana Jones and the Lost City of Gold
Indiana Jones and the Quest for the Covenant
Bring me on some Man with the Whip!
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