No digital Indy 4?

Is your local theater still doing things the old-fashioned way, and hasn't converted to digital projection yet? Don't sweat it, you'll still be able to catch INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL when it hits in a few months.

In fact, that's the only way you'll be able to see the whip-smart relic collector, per orders of The Beard himself.

Indy's cousin 'Ohio Munson' tells us Paramount is informing theaters that per Steven Spieberg, INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL will NOT be available in digital format. The studio is requesting that complexes who can't project 35mm format let them know.

There you have it. Our favorite scrappy part-time professor (who, sadly, is named after the dog) prefers to remain firmly in the 20th century for now.

UPDATE: This has since been supported by another source, with the caveat of "unless Spielberg has a last minute change of heart"... likely meaning if sticking with analog has a significant impact on potential business (which seems improbable, since many theaters still have standard projectors on hand, and people will go wherever necessary to see the flick anyway).
Extra Tidbit: Indy's boots are made by Alden Shoes and still sold today. You can kick some shit like Jones!
Source: JoBlo



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