One of the most enduring and intriguing franchises to grace the silver screen is that of the Indiana Jones saga. Starting with Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Temple of Doom and then the Last Crusade it seemed that the trilogy of films was done. However, the appearance of a fourth film, Kingdom of The Crystal Skull was a surprise addition to the canon. It now seems that a fifth film will see an eighty-year-old Harrison Ford terminate his term as the wisecracking, snake-fearing, bullwhip-welding hero and pass the reins of the character over to his goddaughter played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
The artifacts are things that Indiana Jones “liberates” from tombs and temples that would not be easy to sell on the open market. The money made from them would soon be picked up by an AML IDENTITY CHECK system like that provided by w2globaldata.com/regulatory-compliance-solutions-and-software/aml-id-checks. Perhaps that is why Indy never bothers to try and just says, “it belongs in a museum” and wants people to see it above all else.
The films have made Harrison Ford a household name. Along with his appearances as the space smuggler and Princess Leia love interest Han Solo, he has played two of the most celebrated roles in cinematic history.
We can be sure that this fifth film will have all the thrills, spills and humour of the originals from back in the early 1980s.