Indy is coming back. Disney just announced that Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford will return to one of their most famous franchises as Indiana Jones 5 opens on July 19, 2019. Spielberg will direct, Ford will star, Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy will produce. The official press release from Disney has no mention of co-creator George Lucas, who sold Disney rights to the character in 2012 along with Star Wars. Advertisement “Indiana Jones is one of the greatest heroes in cinematic history, and we can’t wait to bring him back to the screen in 2019,” said Alan Horn, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios, in a news release. “It’s rare to have such a perfect combination of director, producers, actor and role, and we couldn’t be more excited to embark on this adventure with Harrison and Steven.” For the past several years, Spielberg and Ford have reiterated they wanted to come back to the series. There had also been lots of talk about a … [Read more...] about Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg Return for
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“When he’s gone, I’m gone.” That’s what Harrison Ford said on the Today Show recently when asked who he’d like to see replace him as Indiana Jones. “Nobody is going to be Indiana Jones, don’t you get it?” he said, about four minutes into the interview, linked below. “I’m Indiana Jones. when I’m gone, he’s gone. It’s easy... this is a hell of a way to tell Chris Pines Advertisement Which is, one, a very funny way to assert your own claim to one of your most famous roles. And, two, oddly specific? While Ford may be right—that no one should or will be taking over the role of Indiana Jones any time soon—one has to wonder why he picked Pine’s name out of a hat. Does he know something we don’t? From an actor who regularly plays at being so out of touch with Hollywood that he forgets his own co-star’s name, it’s striking to hear him drop a name like that at all. A good … [Read more...] about Harrison Ford Oddly Dropped Chris Pine’s Name When Talking About the Future of
There’s a lot to be said for getting away from it all, and with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Tundra you ought to be able to get away and back again no matter where away is. Let’s see if that rugged nature aligns with its urbane price tag. With Ford going all-in on trucks crossovers and SUVs here in the U.S., it’s interesting to note that about half their current lineup of those models—the Transit, Transit Connect, and Ecosport—were originally designed with other markets in mind. Ford’s former full-size van, the long-running Econoline, went away with the Transit’s introduction in 2013, while the Transit Connect filled a void left by the elimination of the original Ranger pickup and, years earlier, the Aerostar minivan. Advertisement We looked at a very sweet seeming 1997 Aerostar XLT AWD on Friday and boy did it bring back the memories. It seems that a lot of you grew up with an Aerostar in the family, and while some had less than … [Read more...] about At $26,000, Is This 2010 Toyota Tundra Camper Totally Over The Top?
The New York Times has published a copy of a letter which “Beach Week Ralph Club” member/Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reportedly authored in 1983 to seven high school classmates detailing instructions for that year’s “Beach Week”–which sheds light on the holiday term which is etched in all-caps across his June 1982 calendar (a document he has submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee as an alibi as to his whereabouts when the alleged assault took place against Christine Blasey Ford). The letter, which advises to bring towels and pay rent on the beachfront condo rental, ends with the post script: “warn the neighbors that we’re loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us.” It is signed: “FFFF, Bart” “FFFF, Bart” is relevant to this man’s Supreme Court nomination (god) because Kavanaugh was questioned by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) about the character “Bart … [Read more...] about Brett Kavanaugh, 1983: ‘We’re Loud, Obnoxious Drunks With Prolific Pukers Among Us’
NORRISTOWN, Pa.—Every day in court, they were there—the other women who said, like Andrea Constand, they were drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby. Victoria Valentino always wore her button, saying “We stand in truth.” Lili Bernard always wore white; on the first day she carried in pink gladiolus. Every day they sat in court, listened, and followed all the rules: No food, no water, no ringing phones, no disturbances. Every day they dealt with reporters looking for quotes and, like Cosby, had cameras shoved in their faces. Except, unlike Cosby, they did not have publicists flanking them at every step. And, unlike Cosby, they didn’t get the added help of a law enforcement escort, who kept cameras at bay every day. Just like the rest of us, as jurors deliberated, they sat in the chilly hallway on uncomfortable court benches and waited. Advertisement When the the mistrial became official and the courtroom doors opened, most of the people inside … [Read more...] about The Women Who Say Bill Cosby Drugged And Sexually Assaulted Them Say They Won’t Give Up