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Exclusive: Indy 5 Is A Go!
Frank Marshall spills the beans

18 June 2009  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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The hat is officially out of the bag. On Monday Shia Labeouf let slip that a follow up to Indiana Jones And The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was on the cards and now Frank Marshall has pretty much confirmed it, suggesting that Indy V could be approaching the pencil-chewing script development stage.

Although he didn't specify timelines, Marshall told Empire that ideas would be worked on with a view to green-lighting production sooner rather than later. "It's really about the script," says the veteran Indy producer. "Once we see that, we'll see. We're not going to wait another 20 years. We'd all love to make another one. I'm anxious to hear the idea!"

But are Mssrs. Spielberg, Ford and Lucas equally sold on a fifth outing for the whip-cracking archeologist? "Yeah. We had a great time making the last one and, as Harrison said, we need to make this one soon. We're not getting any younger."

With Ford fast approaching his 67th birthday, time is definitely of the essence. Up may have raised the bar for the ageing adventurers, but Indy showed signs of creakiness in The Crystal Skull and it's safe to rule out too many rolling boulder chases or collapsing rope bridges from a further sequel. Hopefully the same goes for the gopher.

One caveat to all this is the lack of a concrete idea. As Marshall told us: "Until there's a script, nothing's definite. I haven't heard the idea." Here's your chance to play George Lucas and post your most mind-bending McGuffins below...


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RE: and stuff..
L: Reaps atlanta is like a nasty place that governs the world h. It didn't seem that bad when I went there. More

Posted by Histeria at 14:28 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: No Aliens, please!!
I like Indy 4 and would welcome another.   How about the spear of destiny and underground Nazi's are trying to get it so that they can build an unbeatable army... Marion and Mutt can be killed in the 1 st 5mins... perfect!!!! More

Posted by Edge at 14:27 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

No Aliens, please!!
If they insist on doing another one then please this time no aliens! They should get back to the historical artefacts and religious stuff, someone said in their comment about arthurian legend, that could be pretty awesome!! Or maybe the spear of destiny, they haven't tackled that yet! More

Posted by **pirate_queen** at 14:19 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

and stuff..
I had the idea of a story.. centered around a mysterious dude who seems to own relics and suchlike that are way to good a condition to be deemed antique..turns out there's a portal the dude found that he goes through to bring back stuff through and make money from and stuff and indy finds it and stuff and goes back in time to save atlanta from being sunk and stuff by inventing stuff to stop it sinking and comes back and stuff to find in the present atlanta is like a nasty place that governs the More

Posted by Reaps at 14:17 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Would you take back a girlfriend who cheated on you?
that's the question! More

Posted by zamarov at 14:14 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Would you take back a girlfriend who cheated on you?
that's the question! More

Posted by zamarov at 14:06 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Spielberg....
Not an Indy comment... but the other night i happened to catch 'Duel' on ITV4... and is it just me or is it in the top5 Spielberg movies?? More

Posted by Moosedog at 13:57 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Simple, no bad dialogue, no aliens, no CGI animals, no pointless natives, and a return to either the religious story line or some well known ancient legend like Atlantis. Shoot George Lucas in the face and have some scenes where Indy actually does some archaeology and investigation. A good formula does not need to be retooled for modern less intelligent audiences. More

Posted by kneerash at 13:49 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Just seen the new indy game and the staff of moses might not be a bad mcguffin, and could offer the chance to bring back the likes of Sallah. More

Posted by ltally at 13:47 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

YAY!
OMG, I'm so happy! I loved Crystal Skull and I'm glad they are going ahead for a fifth one! I so can't wait, I had a feeling that Shia was right all along since he said it now I'm bursting. Yay, more adventures with Indy and Mutt (yum!) More

Posted by joanna likes films at 13:38 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

*sigh* Here come the Indy haters again, before the 4th was even made I knew people would bash it, why? Cause Lucas was involved. I enjoyed Indy IV, was it the best Indy film? Nope, but it was better than Temple of Doom. Plus I'll do anything for another John Williams score so that's an instant 8/10 right there. If you didn't like Indy IV, then just don't see the fifth :) Simple as. I didn't like the first LOTRs movie so I left it at that. It was pish, the end. I'm not going to waste my life b More

Posted by Ayanna at 13:35 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Indy V
How about a tale of derring-do featuring lots of stunts and Indy dispatching lots of bad guys in military uniform whilst trying to find an ancient artefact before the bad guys do? This would be better that a completely incoherent plot and relying way too much on dodgy CGI. More

Posted by Davegod21 at 13:35 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Arthur
How about some Arthurian legends? Excalibur would make an excellent Macguffin. More

Posted by morrismaciver at 13:32 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

I watched Crystal Skulls twice at the cinema. Enjoyed it first time round, didn't enoy it second time round, then watched it again on DVD recently and enjoyed it. Okay, there are huge and horrible judgement flaws from Steve and George (gophers, Shia the Beef Tarzan-ing through the jungle assisted by monkeys) and ridiculous flights of fancy (riding a nuclear wave in a fridge, rolling and flicking a duck submersible off a tree) and as for the whole Aliens thing, well I guess it depends on whether More

Posted by MusicLovesYou at 13:23 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Simple, no bad dialogue, no aliens, no CGI animals, no pointless natives, and a return to either the religious story line or some well known ancient legend like Atlantis. Shoot George Lucas in the face and have some scenes where Indy actually does some archaeology and investigation. A good formula does not need to be retooled for modern less intelligent audiences. More

Posted by kneerash at 13:18 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Why make one shit sequel.....
when you can make TWO shit sequels!!!!! Fuck it, let's go the star wars route and make a new triology of shit movies!!!! More

Posted by purplefacedmonkey at 13:17 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Create a petition
I did not like Crystal Skull. However, I only saw it once and I would be willing to watch it again to see if there is any good in there. A fifth installment seems inevitable so if it has to happen then I may as well hope for the best and a film that feels more in the spirit of the original three. Crystal Skull just felt too much like a different universe completely. I've no objections at all to Shia LeBeouf. He's a perfectly capable and reliable actor, I think they need to write the relati More

Posted by Gazdance at 13:17 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Create a petition
I reckon set up a petition for everyone to sign, Ban George Lucas From Green Screen/Stupid Characters/CGI/Being On Set. Post your signatures please! More

Posted by piccolo135 at 13:08 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: New Idea
L: garyfrenchkangaroo ut Indiana Jones Vs. The mummyke Brendan Fraser and Harrison Foord fight to see whose most recent film really was the most dissapointing. sp; How about Indiana Jones Vs Predator?? More

Posted by lukeyboy at 12:58 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

A Return To The Grittiness and Edge Of Raiders
Indeed, a good chance to redeem themselves from that horrible last film. I have been a hardcore Indiana Jones fan since I saw Raiders, when I was ten (do the math), and the last film was a tragic wasted opportunity to take us on an adventure worthy of the good Dr. Jones. Let us hope that this time round, they get rid of the overuse of CGI, eliminate Mutt, get back to archaeological and mystical relics, better dialogue and well-paced action, set in a world that has a sense of historical realit More

Posted by El-Branden Brazil at 12:52 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Oh dear...
A sequel to a fairly mediocre action adventure movie, starring a 70 year old man who hasn't really been much good in a movie for well over 10 years, supported by a personality vacuum with a stupid first name and a crushed hand to remind him of the fun to be had in drink driving. Oh and a writer/director team, 50% of which has been unutterably and quite shocking cack for many many years now. Running out of ideas much? More

Posted by sinaplenty at 12:51 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: obviously
L: mottie something went wrong, not my intention to post my subjective thoughts a gazillion times. @ , maybe trying to use real arguments for a change would illustrate u 2 are a real film fan. Try it, you may learn to like it/quote] I do that all the time, mottie. In fact I've argued the merits of KotCS numerous times on this forum, but every time I do so, a million trillion fucking moronic posts drown out what I was getting at. More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:45 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

New Idea
How about Indiana Jones Vs. The mummy. We make Brendan Fraser and Harrison Foord fight to see whose most recent film really was the most dissapointing. More

Posted by garyfrenchkangaroo at 12:45 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Exclusive: Indy 5 Is A Go!
Indy 5 a go?   Shouldn't they wait another 20 years? More

Posted by Tech_Noir at 12:39 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

obviously
something went wrong, not my intention to post my subjective thoughts a gazillion times. @ Kazuya, maybe trying to use real arguments for a change would illustrate u 2 are a real film fan. Try it, you may learn to like it... More

Posted by mottie at 12:39 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
L: mottie Crapping on people's childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4's biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in indi More

Posted by waltham1979 at 12:35 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: CORLEONE L: Kazuya L: CORLEONE The biggest problem facing the film is that after setting Cystal Skull in the 50s they longer useis, who we all love to hate./quote] Sure they can, say, members of ODESSA and what have you. Well good, because those Russians were crap compared to the Nazis. I hope they don't make it too ridiculous and keep CGI to a minimum. liked the Russian villains, but I definitely prefer Indy to battle Nazis, it just seems right.ugees were cool More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:34 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Ive Got a baad feeling about this... Unless they keep Lucas out that is, Harrison Ford was fantastic in the last one!!! Ive still got more than a lot of confiedence in Spielberg too. Come on guys we all know where the Gophers, Monkeys and fridge came from. Also would love to see a return from Kate Capshaw as the other woman!!! More

Posted by sleepwalker at 12:32 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
L: mottie Crapping on people’s childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4’s biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in ind More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:31 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: Timon L: Kazuya L: CORLEONE The biggest problem facing the film is that after setting Cystal Skull in the 50s they longer useis, who we all love to hate./quote] Sure they can, say, members of ODESSA and what have you. *assumes Ari Gold stance. Neo-Nazis. Boom. ves Ti More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:30 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
Crapping on people’s childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4’s biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in indies m More

Posted by mottie at 12:29 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

New title
This one will be called Indiana Bones,.......coz he's so old he's just a pile of bones! Geddit?? Did you see what i did?? Seriously guys,....leave it alone!!! More

Posted by lukeyboy at 12:28 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: Kazuya L: CORLEONE The biggest problem facing the film is that after setting Cystal Skull in the 50s they longer useis, who we all love to hate./quote] Sure they can, say, members of ODESSA and what have you. sp; *assumes Ari Gold stance.   Neo-Nazis.   Boom. More

Posted by Timon at 12:28 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: Kazuya L: CORLEONE The biggest problem facing the film is that after setting Cystal Skull in the 50s they longer useis, who we all love to hate./quote] Sure they can, say, members of ODESSA and what have you. sp; Well good, because those Russians were crap compared to the Nazis. I hope they don't make it too ridiculous and keep CGI to a minimum. More

Posted by CORLEONE at 12:28 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
L: mottie Crapping on people’s childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4’s biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in ind More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:28 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE:
L: stephenhickman2 As long as they have more moments like the fridge in neuclear bomb bit. Pure genius for all the wrong reasons, thats the moment I knew the rest of the film would be utter shit. sp; Interesting how many folk cite the Fridge sequence has being over the top yet forget just how ridiculous the life-raft sequence is in Temple of Doom! More

Posted by hughjass at 12:26 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
Crapping on people’s childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4’s biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in indies m More

Posted by mottie at 12:24 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Staff of Moses
The Staff of Moses would be cool. Think the Nazis (or whoever) trying to obtain the staff with which you can control ancient plaques with, setting swarms of bilions of grashoppers against your enemies etc. More

Posted by zenotrapp at 12:24 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: waltham1979 L: Kazuya Another day, another thread that will soon be flooded with moronic posts. I think we are getting all the people that have been chucked off Superhero hype and IMDB...my personal favourite today is "Cos they're a bunch of c*cknosed f**kheads"....a very articulate and thought out response...ote] They always show up, regular as fucking clockwork. More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:23 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
Crapping on people’s childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4’s biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in indies m More

Posted by mottie at 12:23 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: CORLEONE The biggest problem facing the film is that after setting Cystal Skull in the 50s they longer useis, who we all love to hate./quote] Sure they can, say, members of ODESSA and what have you. More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:20 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

NO FUCKING ALIENS THIS TIME FFS.
NO FUCKING ALIENS THIS TIME FFS. More

Posted by nicky1975 at 12:19 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Mixed reactions
The only reason I'm partially excited by this, is that it gives them the opportunity to redeem themselves after the abomination that was Crystal Skull. A spaceship soaring off into the sky is not the send-off this franchise deserves. But then I'm also weary of falling into the Star Wars prequel trap... watching Clones because it couldn't be as bad as Phantom Menace and watching Revenge Of The Sith because it couldn't be as awful as Clones. We may be another two Indy films down the line before w More

Posted by hurdlem at 12:16 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Mixed reactions
The only reason I'm partially excited by this, is that it gives them the opportunity to redeem themselves after the abomination that was Crystal Skull. A spaceship soaring off into the sky is not the send-off this franchise deserves. But then I'm also weary of falling into the Star Wars prequel trap... watching Clones because it couldn't be as bad as Phantom Menace and watching Revenge Of The Sith because it couldn't be as awful as Clones. We may be another two Indy films down the line before w More

Posted by hurdlem at 12:15 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

The perfect chance to redeam themselves...
Crapping on people’s childhoods seems to be their forte indeed. I yet have little hope for this new attempt. I my eyes, Indy 4’s biggest and maybe only real problem were its visuals. Ok, the interdimensional alien conehead thingies where a hard pill to swallow, but so was the heart-ripping, face melting and super-aging in the previous three installments. The quality of the characters always made me care enough to believe. In the past Computer graphics where always present in indies m More

Posted by mottie at 12:13 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
L: Kazuya Another day, another thread that will soon be flooded with moronic posts. sp; I think we are getting all the people that have been chucked off Superhero hype and IMDB...my personal favourite today is "Cos they're a bunch of c*cknosed f**kheads"....a very articulate and thought out response... More

Posted by waltham1979 at 12:13 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Atlantis would be nice
I think a really good idea would be the atlanteans, give tham a wierd religion, and possibly throw in some more communists or neo Nazis and we have a winner. The problem is it could be incredibly expensive with all the water effects. More

Posted by chrysalisloall at 12:13 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
The biggest problem facing the film is that after setting Cystal Skull in the 50s they can no longer use Nazis, who we all love to hate.   But yeah, bring it on, while Ford can still run. More

Posted by CORLEONE at 12:13 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: crystal skulls sucked balls!
Another day, another thread that will soon be flooded with moronic posts. More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:11 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

As long as they have more moments like the fridge in neuclear bomb bit. Pure genius for all the wrong reasons, thats the moment I knew the rest of the film would be utter shit. More

Posted by stephenhickman2 at 12:10 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

crystal skulls sucked balls!
i'm with Glass3005 on this one... never understood what became of the scripts featuring 'Atlantis'... perhaps they can go that way for the next one... some sort of nuclear bomb rivalling technology from Atlantis that those pesky russians are after... anything but aliens - it was like the scene from South Park with Spielberg shout 'stick it to him lucas!'.... (you have to know the clip) More

Posted by glm1977 at 12:07 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Exclusive: Indy 5 Is A Go!
I am sat hiding in a dark room with booarded up windows when I say this, but...   ...I really enjoyed the IndyIV; not as good as the others but still really entertaining (yes I know its got aliens in it but its called suspending disbelief - the others wearn't known for being based in reality you know?!) so count me excited for a fifth one!   runaway !!!! More

Posted by waltham1979 at 12:06 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

do it right this time please
lets face it. crystal skull was rubbish. i was embarrassed watching it, and you guys gave it four stars? it could have been a good movie but this alien rubbish completely spoiled it. if they're going to make a new one, they have to stick to the tried and tested from the first three. forget about indy IV, forget it even exists because it almost ruined the franchise. More

Posted by kevkod at 12:03 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Exclusive: Indy 5 Is A Go!
Well, like I said in the other thread, this is very, very good news to me. More

Posted by Kazuya at 12:00 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

I actually walked out of a Spielberg movie!
Given the money and talent involved, I site 'Crystal Skull' as one of the worst movies ever made! At the other end of the spectrum, I was lucky enough to see 'Raiders' for the first time in a drive-in movie theatre and it was as good as it gets frankly. Speilberg has completely sold-out if he makes this and is doing serious damage to his legacy. More

Posted by Cameron1975Williams at 11:58 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

RE:
L: Glass3005 I'd rather play Spielberg and come up with a decent Indy V idea. Fucking aliens... a ha ha. Ah. Funny. I don't mind the idea of another, but quite frankly, if they HAVE to have Mutt in it, although god knows why, can't we have him as a rather thick side kick like Biggles to Indy's Dan Dare? I'd rather see Indy dragging Mutt's arse out of the quicksand than the other way around. And fuck the aliens right off! Now. Here is what the story would be if I was writing it.. More

Posted by jimoakley666 at 11:57 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Blame Paramount.
a $750mil worldwide box office for Indy4 led to studio desperate for more. More

Posted by spark1 at 11:54 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

I actually walked out of a Spielberg movie!
Given the money and talent involved, I site 'Crystal Skull' as one of the worst movies ever made! At the other end of the spectrum, I was lucky enough to see 'Raiders' for the first time in a drive-in movie theatre and it was as good as it gets frankly. Speilberg has completely sold-out if he makes this and is doing serious damage to his legacy. More

Posted by Cameron1975Williams at 11:51 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Why?
Cos they're a bunch of c*cknosed f**kheads More

Posted by AJJCrook at 11:49 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

Isn't it weird...
That we are all quite happy to buy immortal Knights of the Round Table and magic arks that melt your face when opened but inter-dimensional beasties - no, they're just ridiculous. Having said that, let's stick to the quasi-religious McGuffins please - Indy's an archeologist, not a star-gazer. More

Posted by Dr Quinzel at 11:45 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

No no no no
Why do George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford keep crapping on my childhood? Indy IV was at best a waste of several hours of my life, I don't see how it merits a sequel. More

Posted by anxman at 11:38 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

More theological mythology type stuff please!
I love indy but if i'm being honest it's at its best when they're delving into religion and God. I'd like to see more of this, maybe the search for the garden of gethsemene (if thats how you spell it) or something along those lines. And please, less father-son looks between indy and mutt. It was cringe-worthy! More

Posted by Ash_G at 11:38 on 18 June 2009 | Report This Post

I'd rather play Spielberg and come up with a decent Indy V idea. Fucking aliens... More

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