As we are now officially less than a month away from the first Indiana Jones film in 19 years, more and more articles are popping up everywhere across the web.
The Los Angeles Times has a story on the financial side of the $185 million production and how it was financed with Paramount by the key players all agreeing to take back end deals. A gamble, considering the film will have to earn $400 million before Harrison and the gang start seeing some real treasure.
The great TheRaider.net posted pics of the third wave from Hasbro’s action figure line up which include the first ever replicas of the Grail Knight, Dr. Elsa Schneider and even a Henry Jones Sr. figure!
Finally, Paramount Pictures has confirmed that the running time, rumored to be over 140 minutes at one point, is actually something closer to 120 minutes including the credits, according to TheRaider.net. I take this as bad news, since I would love nothing more for this to film to never end. Ever. I want to keep watching it for the rest of my life. And then again.
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