More Indy pics
Apparently the dudes at Paramount noticed that on my last update about INDIANA JONES pictures I was flagging, since here they are again forcing me to write up two more. Fortunately, they come by way of EW and some cool dialog. That basically I means I can pad this shit out with Ford-Spielberg quips such as the following:
Nineteen years have passed since the last Indiana Jones movie was released, making the fourth installment hitting theaters May 22 perhaps the most anticipated movie of the summer. However, some people might not want to see a beloved action icon reaching AARP eligibility. What does Ford have to say about that? "Yeah, I’ve heard it," Ford says. "‘Aaaaw, he’s older.’ Well, s---, yes. And by the way? So are you. So…are…you! Take a look in the f---ing mirror!"
Or this peach:
Lucas: "We’re doing it to have fun. We don’t need the money. We’re only going to get aggravation. The fans think it’s gonna be the Second Coming. And it’s not the Second Coming. They’ve already written the story [in their heads], and lemme tell ya, it’s not that story. So they’re going to be very disappointed. I went through this with Phantom Menace. Believe me, I’ve been there, I’ve done it, I know exactly the way they react ...We’re not gonna have adoring fans sending us e-mails saying how much they loved the movie. We’re gonna have a bunch of angry people saying, 'You’re a bunch of assholes, you should never have done this. You’ve ruined my life forever. I loved Indiana Jones so much and now it’s ruined.'"
Spielberg: "Uh, he needs to speak for himself here. [Laughter all around] You need to put in parentheses, 'George Lucas is totally speaking for himself.' And I absolve myself of any connection with that last statement about fans not liking it."
Lucas: "All I’m saying is, I have been there, and I have walked through the valley of death on highly anticipated sequels."
So yeah, you can get some more over HERE, and be sure to pick up EW's Summer Movie Preview issue for some more exclusive pictures.
|Extra Tidbit:||The idea of Spielberg and Ford sitting back and chilling together makes me happy inside.|