How Scarlett Johansson Got Fit To Play Black Widow In Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame has just reached one full week in theaters, and is making an insane amount of money both domestically and overseas. With so many characters turned to dust at the end of Infinity War, The Russo Brothers were able to take special care and give focus to the original members of the team. This includes Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, who made her whopping seventh appearance in the MCU (aside from a few cameos).

Natasha Romanoff had a very strong showing in Avengers: Endgame, with Scarlett Johansson bringing a layered performance to the OG female Avenger. Paying Black Widow requires plenty of action sequences and physical work for the actress, and now Johansson is revealing how she got into superhero shape for Endgame.

Physical trainer Eric Johnson has been working with Scarlett Johansson since before she made her MCU debut as Black Widow in Iron Man 2. And now Johnson has spoken about the intense regiment he had the 34 year-old actress. Since ScarJo is playing someone larger than life, she had to train like a superhero. As Johnson puts it:

Well, that’s certainly one way of looking at it. And while Scarlet Johansson wasn’t expected to have the same physical capabilities and sharpshooting of Black Widow, there is a full body transformation that goes into inhabiting the character onscreen. And it’s an intense one.

Eric Johnson and Scarlett Johansson spoke to THR about her physical journey toward becoming Black Widow, with the actress going so far as to call it “one of the best parts about working for Marvel.” Giant blockbusters are a good reason to get healthy, and it seems like Johansson has welcomed the training she’s gone through over the years.

In the expose, it was also revealed that Scarlett Johansson’s fitness journey as Black Widow isn’t about a number weight or body fat percentage. She’s trying to become as strong as possible, and be able to roll with the punches and stunts that Natasha requires of her. And that comes with a ton of exercise and a strict meal plan. In fact, it’s all in THR’s article.

The Black Widow diet is hardcore and includes some intermittent fasting. The food plan was laid out in full, including lots of lean protein and actually nothing fun. But Scarlett Johansson is also able to bring a physicality and presence in the role, which seems to be the goal for the actress and her trainer.

Smart money says Scarlett Johansson will continue collaborating with Eric Johnson, as she’s set to produce and star in her own solo movie sometime in Phase Four. A cast has been assembled, and given the events of Endgame, the fandom will be eager to see what comes next for the fan favorite character.

You can catch Scarlett Johansson in Avengers: Endgame in theaters now. Be sure to check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.

Rocketman Will Debut A New Elton John Duet With Taron Egerton

Rocketman is the movie that will tell the sort of true story of Elton John, and as such, you can be sure the movie will be filled with many of the singer/songwriter’s greatest tunes. However, in addition to the songs you know, the film will also include one brand new song, which will be a duet between the real Elton John and the man who plays him on screen, Taron Egerton.

The song, titled “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again,” was written by Elton John and his songwriting partner Bernie Taupin specifically for the new film. The song’s existence was confirmed by the release of the movie’s full soundtrack listing. The song is the last of 22 tracks, which leads Variety to believe the song will likely play over the closing credits of the film.

One way that this new song separates Rocketman from Bohemian Rhapsody, which is the recent film that Rocketman is getting comparisons to, is that it gives the former film a shot at competing for an Oscar that Rhapsody, with all its nominations, wasn’t able to be in the running for, Best Original Song. “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” is a brand new song written specifically for Rocketman which will likely make it a strong contender in the category regardless of how well the rest of the movie is received.

Interestingly, the brand new song appears to be the only place where Elton John’s actual voice will be heard on the Rocketman soundtrack, and by extension, in the film itself. Unlike the recent Bohemian Rhapsody, where most of the vocals were from original Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, in Rocketman, all the music is actually being sung by Taron Egerton.

If you’re interested in hearing how Taron Egerton sounds singing the music as Elton John, the first single from the film has been released, with Egerton performing the title song “Rocket Man.” Check it out below.

While Rocketman is still essentially a biopic of Elton John, the trailers have shown that the movie will have a bit of the fantastic added in for good measure. It’s a bit more of a traditional musical structure with characters bursting into song and dance rather than simply seeing songs performed as part of concerts or recording sessions.

Rocketman arrives in theaters may 31. if you can’t wait to hear all the music from the new film, the soundtrack will be available a week earlier on May 24.

These Marvel Heroes Should Be The Next Avengers Team

SPOILER WARNING: Major spoilers follow for Avengers: Endgame**. You don’t want to know any of this stuff until you’ve seen the movie.**

So, you’ve seen Avengers: Endgame. You laughed, cried, cheered and cried a lot more, and now we’re all left to process that huge movie. Even though Endgame has only just arrived in theaters and there’s still so much to talk about, this is the MCU, and we can’t help but think about the future. Endgame was the definitive end for a handful of key characters, but several more lived on to fight another day.

The old Avengers guard has moved on and there is a new generation of heroes ready to step into the spotlight. Obviously, this is all going to be entirely speculative on my part, but there are plenty of big-time players on the board, and the new Avengers roster could look mighty impressive.

I’m operating off the basis that no surviving original Avenger is up for grabs. Hawkeye is with his family, Thor is in space, and Hulk… well, Hulk is up in the air, but let’s get some new blood and regulate him to a cameo or resident science guy. I have a personal preference for smaller teams, but there were too many characters for me to cut. These are the Marvel characters who should join the new Avengers team in Phase 4.

Spider-Man in Avengers: Infinity War

Spider-Man

Unless Sony decides to throw the rug out from under Marvel’s feet, there’s little chance Spider-Man isn’t on the Avengers. In addition to being Marvel’s flagship character, he’s appeared in three crossover films so far, and he’s technically one of the only active members of the Avengers still standing.

Not only does Spider-Man bring some levity to the team, but his young age also positions him for leadership roles down the line. Spidey can be groomed into being a major character in the MCU’s future, and he has plenty of mentors to help him in Tony Stark’s absence.

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Captain Marvel

Kevin Feige said that Carol Danvers will be taking a leadership role within the MCU moving forward. There are big plans for her in the future, so it’s a good thing that she has a billion-dollar franchise right out of the gate.

As the most powerful hero in the MCU, Carol is beyond valuable as an asset to the Avengers. The future threats of Phase 4 are unknown, but the Avengers will probably need all the photon-powered muscles they can get. I got the sense in Endgame that Carol wasn’t used to operating in a team, so that could make for an interesting arc down the road.

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Black Panther

Speaking of billion-dollar heroes, the future is bright for Black Panther. His standalone film stabbed straight through the heart of pop culture last year and propelled itself to a Best Picture nomination. That’s no small feat for a superhero movie, but Black Panther was clearly something special to a lot of people.

Beyond the achievements of his film, Black Panther is a good guy to have around. He’s an extremely resourceful character with almost the same powers as Captain America, and his access to vibranium offers all sorts of cool tech options for the Avengers. Plus, he’s vastly wealthy and the Avengers need someone to fund them with Tony Stark gone.

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Doctor Strange

Pretty much the entirety of Endgame was by Doctor Strange’s design. He was the mastermind behind the Avengers final stand and made sure that everything came together as he had foreseen. He’s too powerful and smart a player to leave off of the board.

A Doctor Strange sequel is reportedly in development, so we can likely count on Strange to show up in the future. Strange is responsible for protecting the entire multiverse, so he might not feel the need to deal with the Earth-bound conflicts of the Avengers, but that depends on what type of threats are in Phase 4.

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Ant-Man And The Wasp

These two are a packaged deal. I very much doubt that we’d get one without the other. Ant-Man got a big chance to step up in Endgame, and the Wasp was in the thick of it during the Battle of Earth, so it only makes sense that they would both get called up to the big leagues.

Honestly, I could see both characters sitting out the next team-up since these two tend to deal with much (no pun intended) smaller stakes, but they’ve both been in the MCU longer than most of these other picks. It seems only fair that they get their shot in the team-up movie.

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Scarlet Witch

Wanda Maximoff is one of the only characters on this list who actually is an official Avenger, but she’s never really gotten her time to shine except in small doses. With the bigger players gone, now might be the perfect time for Wanda to step up as a key member of the Avengers.

The death of Vision leaves plenty of room for emotional drama, and comic book readers know that when Scarlet Witch gets emotional, things get crazy. Plus, she’s stupid strong and almost killed Thanos BY HERSELF, so the MCU can’t be done with her yet. Some of this might depend on how WandaVision shakes out.

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Valkyrie

Valkyrie is one of the newest characters in the MCU, but she quickly became a fan-favorite after her debut in Thor: Ragnarok. She oozes charisma, in no small part thanks to the performance of Tessa Thompson.

Valkyrie would be the Asgard representative of the new team. She’s the newly appointed queen of Asgard and while her kingdom doesn’t exactly rival Wakanda at the moment, she’s in too important a position to leave her offscreen for too long. With the Thor franchise up in the air, the Avengers would make a great place to showcase Valkyrie and her awesome flying horse. We need more pegasus in the MCU!

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Sam Wilson As Captain America

One of the most significant changes made in Endgame is the retirement of Steve Rogers after he returns to the timeline as an old man. Now too old to be Captain America, he passes his iconic shield to his best friend Sam Wilson, naming him the new Captain America.

It’s a huge step up for Sam and it’s sure to have big implications moving forward. If Sam becomes Captain America, then he will almost certainly be on the next Avengers team. Being in such a leadership role is all-new for Sam, so it would be super interesting to see how he interacts with personalities like Black Panther and Captain Marvel, and coming to terms with his new place in the MCU.

Again, this is a pretty large team, and while Marvel tends to go bigger with each sequel, I have a feeling that it will narrow its scope for a bit. Coming off of the massive Infinity Saga, it would make sense that Marvel takes a patient approach and builds up its new team of characters just like it did with the original Avengers. However, if it wants to go big for Phase 4, you can’t get much better than the assembled team up above.

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New Toy Story 4 Video Shows Off Keanu Reeves’ Duke Caboom

Alongside Woody, Buzz and the gang, this summer’s Toy Story 4 will see the return of Bo Peep and the introduction of new characters like Ducky, Forky and perhaps most excitingly, Keanu Reeves’ Duke Caboom. We’ve heard a little bit about what to expect from the action icon’s action figure, but we haven’t seen much of him in the trailers released so far. Until now, that is. Check out Keanu Reeves as Canada’s greatest stuntman in the video from Toy Story 4 below.

This video from Walt Disney Studios Canada really nails the style of commercial that has been used to advertise toys to kids over the years, especially action figures. It has a catchy, rock song pumping up the toy, a super cool sounding name and a pitch about its awesome capabilities. And like many real toys, that functionality often proves to be hyperbolic at best, as it does here with Keanu Reeve’s Duke Caboom.

Duke Caboom is Canada’s greatest stuntman, an Evel Knievel-type character known for his daredevil motorcycle stunts. It’s a fitting role for Keanu Reeves, who himself is Canadian and a motorcycle enthusiast. Yet, while Duke Caboom surpasses his American counterpart in the facial hair department, thanks to his Fu Manchu mustache, this Canuck does not in fact have all the luck.

Keanu Reeves’ Duke Caboom cannot perform the stunt that his commercial says he can,and that failure disappointed his kid, giving the outgoing stuntman something of a tragic backstory. Woody and the gang seem disappointed in his ability as well when they try and enlist his help. I’m guessing he’s part of the carnival of lost toys thing Bo Peep’s got going on.

Duke’s tragic backstory and lack of confidence in his ability basically guarantees that before this movie is over, Duke Caboom will get believe in himself and make a nearly impossible jump and probably say something cool and strike an awesome pose while doing it.

Keanu Reeves may be known more for his action chops than comedy (Bill & Ted aside) but if this video is any indication, his character could be a hilarious scene-stealer in Toy Story 4. His constant posing on his motorcycle and throwing out his catchphrase while talking to Woody and Bo Peep quite funny, and I expect him to throw this out at some inopportune times, frustrating his companions and cracking up audiences.

If you’re curious, you can check out the video below to see a commercial for the Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle toy that clearly served as some inspiration for Keanu Reeves’ Duke Caboom.

E.L. James Actually Started Writing The Mister Before Fifty Shades Of Grey

Apparently, E.L. James had been working on romance projects for a long time before she published her Fifty Shades books. The prominent author and movie producer recently revealed that her new book The Mister could have been her first book if things had panned out differently. She revealed how long she’d been writing The Mister, noting,

Anyone familiar with Fifty Shades of Grey should already know E.L. James first novel started out as Twilight fan fiction and then branched out to become the tale of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey fans worldwide know and love today. The first Fifty Shades book was first published back in 2011 and James has previously mentioned it took her 18 months to write the trilogy.

Before E.L. James decided she needed a more erotic version of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen in her life, she had started treatment on The Mister. This makes sense, given in real life E.L. James is British and a European tale about an Earl falling in love with his housekeeper is more on brand than a story set in the Northwestern part of the United States.

Per what E.L. James told AZ Central, the idea came about when she was thinking about what would happen if a man were to fall in love with his cleaner. However, there were a lot of stops and starts until that germ of an idea could become even a rough draft for a book. Then, of course, there was the distraction of writing and working on the movies for her Fifty Shades series.

Finally, last March, The Mister started falling into place. Per the author:

Ultimately, The Mister seems to be selling well so far. It sold more than 50,000 copies in its first week on shelves, and allegedly there are some interested parties sniffing around a movie deal.

However, had The Mister come out before Fifty Shades of Grey, it’s hard telling whether or not it would have attracted such a large following of loyal readers.

So, if you are someone who subscribes to the idea that everything happens for a reason, perhaps it was extremely fortuitous that E.L. James got stuck on an early draft of The Mister and was able to return to the idea later.

Thrilling John Wick: Chapter 3 Clip Has Assassins Fighting On Motorcycles

Motorcycles. Swords. Assassins. And John Wick (Keanu Reeves). Sounds like the most lethal of combinations, and it’s one that audiences will see play out when John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum opens around the globe. We know that John Wick will face off against an army of killers when his story continues in Chad Stahelski’s Chapter 3, and now, thanks to an exclusive clip shared by Lionsgate with CinemaBlend, we’re figuring out HOW Wick will fight back. Dig into this clip. We’ll see you on the other side.

This featurette, titled “The Art of Action,” shows some of the preparation that goes into the staging of the over-the-top fight sequences that have become the signature banner of the John Wick franchise. These movies are incredibly fluid, stylish and expertly choreographed, so it’s almost easy to forget how much work goes into the staging of the sequences.

Whether John (Keanu Reeves) is racing around in a car, fist-fighting with a crowd of killers, or riding horses through New York City – as reportedly happens in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum – so much work has to go into the blocking and creating of the moments.

Now, how many of you are going to go out of your way to rent or stream Villainess, the Korean action film from 2017 that Keanu Reeves and Chad Stahleski say inspired the motorcycle chase scene that’s included in John Wick: Chapter 3? We went ahead and tracked down this clip, which was making the rounds after Villainess first screened, because the action choreography in this sequence is just so mind-blowing:

How the hell did they film that? I absolutely could see a genius director like Chad Stahleski seeing that footage and thinking, “Yeah, we have to try and top that.” But how?! That’s the challenge, and we will see soon enough how John Wick: Chapter 3 manages to trump it.

It also reminds me of this jaw-dropping fight from The Raid 2, which I’m sure has influence over the action that appears in the John Wick movies.

Basically, these types of movies all build on, borrow from, and pay homage to one another, so it’s no surprise that they have been so popular in their own right with action audiences. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) certainly has carved out his own niche with his distinct mythology. And we can’t wait to see where his story goes in the next chapter.

Chris Evans Doesn’t Think Thanos Is An ‘Evil Guy’

Avengers: Endgame has officially been in theaters for one week, and moviegoers are still recovering from the blockbuster’s wild events. The Russo Brothers pulled no punches with the final installment in the Infinity Saga, giving fitting endings to a variety of characters. The blockbuster also took bold narrative choices with Thanos, who was the undeniable protagonist of the last film.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been criticized for the handling of its villains before, but Josh Brolin brought a nuanced performance to the Mad Titan, which helped to elevate the overall quality of Avengers: Infinity War. But according to Captain America actor Chris Evans, he’s not a villain at all, but a misguided and extreme figure. As Evans puts it:

Listen to Cap, everyone. While he didn’t share a ton of scenes with Thanos throughout the last two Avengers movies, he sees how significant the performance and writing were toward his characterization. Josh Brolin brought humanity and heart to Thanos, while the audience watched him lose everything to accomplish his goals.

Chris Evans’ comments come from Avengers: Endgame – The Official Movie Special (via ComicBook), and show how much thought the actor has put into his tenure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Aside from the transformative performance as Steve Rogers, the actor is also privy to the work of his co-stars, and the work crafted by The Russo Brothers and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.

Thanos was ultimately a character who had quite the tremendous arc, despite not appearing in nearly as many movies as a villain like Loki. While his goal was mass murder, he didn’t do it out of malice. Instead, he believed he was saving the galaxy from overpopulation and mass famine. And he succeeded, but at great cost. He had to kill Gamora to acquire the Soul Stone, and all of The Black Order died at the hands of The Avengers.

Josh Brolin’s character went more unexpected places in Avengers: Endgame, although the survivors were the true focus of the sequel. And despite losing so much, his resolve never faltered. Because without his signature terrifying world view, who is Thanos?

Avengers: Endgame is in theaters now, so you can see if Chris Evans’ comments were correct. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.

Disneyland Reveals How To Book Your Reservation For Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

After years of waiting, we’re now less than a one month away from one of the most anticipated entertainment events in the world. It’s not a movie release. It’s not the end of Game of Thrones. It’s the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. For anybody who has ever dreamed of traveling to the galaxy far, far away, that day is almost here.

However, to get into Galaxy’s Edge during the first three weeks it’s open, you’ll need a special reservation specifically for the new land. Those reservations can begin to be made at 10:00 AM pacific time on May 2. Here’s what you need to do:

To Make A Reservation

The first thing you’ll need is an account on the Disneyland website, so if you don’t have one of those, go get signed up now. It’s completely free and if you’re going to Disneyland anyway, there’s no reason not to have one, it makes a lot of things very easy.

Next you need to go to the Disneyland Reservation Page for Galaxy’s Edge. The link can be found here. Starting at 10:00 AM this page will act as the virtual waiting room for making a reservation and will walk you through booking one once it’s your turn. A single reservation is good for up to six total people.

Of course, there is also a second option for booking a reservation. If you book a stay at a Disneyland Resort hotel during the period of May 31-June 23, you’ll automatically be given a reservation for Galaxy’s Edge during one day of your stay. No other steps are necessary. Simply be sure that everybody who will be going to Galaxy’s Edge is listed as a guest on the hotel reservation.

However, be aware that if the hotel reservation is canceled, the Galaxy’s Edge reservation will be as well.

Once You Have A Reservation

Making a Galaxy’s Edge reservation is free, but, of course, visiting Disneyland is not. That means that on the day of your reservation every member of your party over the age of three will require a valid theme park admission.

In addition, every member of the party 18-years-old or older, as well as the person making the reservation, regardless of their age, we’ll require photo ID in order to enter the land.

The other thing to be aware of is that no modification of the reservation time can be made once it’s done. There’s also no remedy for replacing a reservation if it goes unused, so before you book it, make sure the date and time works for you. You also won’t be able to modify the names on the reservation.

Disneyland has not confirmed exactly how long you’ll be able to spend in Galaxy’s Edge with your reservation but guests who have received reservation times already by booking hotel rooms are reporting being given a four hour window. Depending on exactly how many people are being let into the land, that should be enough time to get a ride on Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run, and maybe even grab a drink at Oga’s Cantina.

After June 23, reservations for the land will no longer be required. The word is that Disneyland is working on a digital notification system, not entirely unlike getting a buzzer in a restaurant, where you’ll be able to request a visit to the new land, and the Disneyland app will notify when there is space for you to enter.

Crawl Looks Like Jaws For Alligators And It’s Awesome

You know what I love most about the trailer for Crawl? You KNOW that the creative team behind it basically watched The Meg – and knew about Jaws – and thought, “What other water-based creature can we tap into to produce that same fun vibe?” The answer appears to be “Alligators,” as this wild thriller appears to sell in the first giddy trailer for Crawl. Check it out:

What’s not to love about Crawl? It takes place during an unprecedented storm. It fully embraces its Florida setting, evacuating residents during a Category 5 hurricane. And it traps Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepper in their slowly flooding home as a pack of wild alligators hunt them.

Perfect. Where do I buy a ticket?

You need more? The creative team behind Crawl is producer Sam Raimi (Evil Dead, Spider-Man) and director Alexandre Aja (Horns, Piranha 3D, The Hills Have Eyes). The know horror, and Aja has shown with his movies that he understands how to have fun in truly terrifying situations. Also, did you notice that there’s a scene in the trailer where the crocodile bites down on Scodelario’s hand while she’s holding a gun, so she unloads a clip of bullets into the beast’s belly?

Again, where do I buy a ticket?

To coincide with the launch of the Crawl trailer, Paramount actually dropped a funny viral meme that will remind people of the Orange Tile used to drum up anticipation for the Fyre Festival. If you were scanning Instagram this morning and saw this, you might have wondered what was going on:

Well, it’s warning people that “Help isn’t coming.” Just like the orange tile warned Fyre Festival attendees that real food and luxury accommodations weren’t coming.

Let’s hope that Crawl turns out to be more successful than the Fyre Festival. And again, with the people involved, we’re at least expecting a gratuitous thrill ride that’s more The Meg than it is Sharknado. Crawl will slither into theaters during the hectic summer blockbuster season, where it will go head to head against 21 Bridges and the action comedy Stuber. All three will want to hurry up and make their money, though, because The Lion King will be breathing down their collective necks the following weekend.

Alexandre Aja directs Crawl, the people vs alligator thriller, which stars Kaya Scodelario (Pirates of the Caribbean), Barry Pepper, Morfydd Clark and Ami Metcalf. Will they be more than simple alligator feed? Find out later this summer.

Looks Like Indiana Jones 5 Has Switched Writers

While Lucasfilm has been very focused on Star Wars since Disney purchased the studio, it’s never completely forgotten about its other big property, Indiana Jones. A fifth installment was rumored for years before finally being confirmed by Disney, but the fifth installment keeps getting delayed, and now one wonders if the release date may get pushed once again, as the project is now in the hands of yet another writer.

When Indiana Jones 5 was first confirmed, David Koepp, the screenwriter behind the previous Indy adventure Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, was brought on pen the script. Then, a little less than a year ago the word was that Solo: A Star Wars Story co-writer Jonathan Kasdan was taking a crack at the story.

Now, Making Star Wars is reporting that Dan Fogelman, the writer of This is Us as well as other Disney films like Tangled and Cars, has now been handed the script. It appears Fogelman is starting over from scratch and won’t be building on any of the previous scripts.

It’s unclear what the central focus of Fogelman’s script is, or will be, though based on the fact that he’s not using Jonathan Kasdan‘s idea, it seems there’s one premise we know Indiana Jones 5 won’t be about.

MSW reports Kasdan’s script focused on the Wa?brzych Gold Train legend which claims that a train full of gold and valuables was buried by the Nazis in a series of mines in Poland.

Whatever the new writer brings to the table, there’s clearly been something about the previous script attempts that has been lacking. On the one hand, it’s good to know that everybody involved want to make sure they start this process with a good story. On the other hand, at some point one begins to wonder if Indiana Jones 5 is ever actually going to happen.

Currently Indiana Jones 5 has a release date set for July 9, 2021, but that date has been pushed back before as developments, like the previous change in writer, have forced things to be delayed. There’s clearly still plenty of time to get a working script before Indiana Jones 5 would need to go into production, but that assumes that the new writer finds a working idea.

Harrison Ford will turn 77 years old later this year, which means he’ll be nearly 80 by the time the new movie comes out if it makes its current date. The man is still in remarkable health and physical shape, there’s no question about that, but at some point it will simply be too late to make this movie, and it really feels like we’re coming quite close to that point.

Of course, we all want a new Indiana Jones movie. When they’re good, they’re some of the greatest adventures ever put on screen. Hopefully the new writer will be the key to solving the mystery of the script and Indiana Jones can get to solving a mystery of his own very soon.