Indiana Jones and Destiny co-writers Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth tease how the upcoming sequel will go old-school when it comes to action sequences. Directed by James Mangold, Indiana Jones and Destiny Harrison Ford’s fifth and final appearance as the intrepid archaeologist. Although Ford is now 80 years old, trailers and promotional materials have already teased that things haven’t slowed down for Indy.


Before Indiana Jones and Destinydate of issue this summer, the Butterworth brothers admire Mangold’s approach to acting in a recent interview Empire magazine (via Collider). The couple says the upcoming film will have an old-school approach to lighting, camerawork and stunts that will return to the franchise’s roots. Check out John-Henry’s comments below:

“They’re character. They’re all character. They’re not just shy. It was very old-school action. Dolls and track and sliders and anamorphic lenses. Old-school lighting and beautiful sets, traveling the world. and Physical Stunts. And one shot at a time. It’s a really nice movie where you never have a meeting where they’re like, ‘That cost too much.’ That’s not going to happen in an indie movie.”

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Two cars on the edge of a cliff in Indiana Jones 4.

After three favorite episodes, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull proved to be a divisive fourth entry in the long-running franchise. The 2008 film saw Indy join his son Mutt (Shia LaBeouf) and love interest Marion (Karen Allen) in a race against the Soviets to discover a former alien resort. Many parts of the film certainly feel like classics Indiana Jonesother sequences take the franchise too far into the realm of the ridiculous.

In addition to foreigners, they feel like a stretch (even Indiana Jones“standards”), the film features Mutt roaming the vineyards like Tarzan, incredible car stunts and Indy surviving a nuclear explosion inside a refrigerator. But I hope Indiana Jones and Destiny could bring the franchise back to Earth. new Indiana Jones 5 clip Between Indy and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s goddaughter Helena, a furious tuk-tuk chase through busy city streets makes the film look promising in this regard.

However, the trailers teased the film’s reliance on VFX and CGI for many scenes, including the plane jump and the entire sequence at the beginning of the film. Ford turned 40 years old. How to see it Indiana Jones and Destiny’s move will actually be compared to past installments, but a return to the franchise’s roots is certainly welcome.

Source: Empire magazine (via Collider)

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