Frost River in a suit filed on Wednesday in California federal court accused Lucasfilm of using its products in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny without permission and then passing off its signature backpacks as a competitors’ product in a deceptive marketing campaign.
Few weeks ago I was a gest of the Trí Ló Gík podcast talking about the Indiana Jones trilogy (I know, you know, let’s not make a scene about it.) I talked with the hosts, the filmmaker Ragnar and the artist Melkorka about the movies for 4 hours.
The image here was the cover art for the article.
Update: November 2022
The podcast is no longer hosted on the original website and so no longer easily accessible from the web. It’s probably for the best. Nobody needs to hear me talk about Indiana Jones for four hours (But I’d do it again). But here is a link to the podcast hosted on Mixcloud.
Indiana Jones 5 has been confirmed. Harrison Ford will pick up the fedora for the fifth time. I created this page to collect stuff I find interesting about the movie.
Indiana Jones 5 watch continues. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on June 30th 2023.
What we know:
We now know the official title is Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Don’t love the title but I’m willing to give it the benefit of a doubt. We know it is set in 1969 against the backdrop of the Space Race. Mads Mikkelsen will be playing Voller, an ex-Nazi and a member of NASA, involved with the moon-landing program.
James Mangold set to direct and written by the brothers Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth with Philip Kaufman credited for characters.
Composer John Williams has been confirmed to be scoring the movie. It is said to be his final film.