According to Steven Spielberg, he claims that both film ideas are being penned as we speak, and could potentially be coming out within the next few years. What are your thoughts on this? Do you want to see another Jurassic Park movie? Or see Harrison Ford again playing the iconic Indiana Jones? Please share your thoughts here. Oh by the way, here's a link for more details:
One of my biggest movie disappointments was Indy 4...I went and saw it at midnight....when the crowd at the end of the movie gave it a standing ovation I could not believe it.....as I thought it was horrible....a terrible story line.....terrible visuals.....and some of the worst humor....so maybe now that I have no expectations for Indy 5....it will be than I think it will be....as for Jurassic Park...I stopped watching that franchise after the first one....so I can not see getting excited by Jurassic Park 4.
Personally, I can see them making another Indiana Jones movie as long as the story is right. Besides, "Die Hard" and "Indiana Jones" seem to be the only franchises that never get old with each sequel if you ask me.
As for "Jurassic Park 4"...I loved the first film a lot. The other two were okay..but...how many freaking excuses can you come up with for people go on a forbidden island with dinosaurs? Seriously, how stupid do you have to be? Ugh
Indiana Jones... maybe. Jurassic Park IV holds no interest for me, though.
I really wish they'd make Ender's Game into a movie (or any other science fiction novel) - I am not a huge fan of sequels in general, though. Unless it involves Lord of the Rings or Star Wars, lol!
Well the lord of the rings prequel comes out next year, and you'll see "star wars episode 1" rereleased in 3-D next year as well.
I heard a T Rex eats Indiana Jones in this one, then dies because he has eaten something waaaaay past its expiry date.
Great way to end both series!
I thought Shia LaBeouf was the new Indiana. I do not want to see Harrison Ford. Love the man, but he's too old for the part. As evidenced in the last movie.
The 4th indie should of never been made aliens really??? wtf south park was right they milk these movie franchises to much. Jurasic park would be interesting if the found there way into a big city! That would be awesome, gory but wouldnt go with the franchise like indie 4 lol. On the other hand they could make die hard 10 if the storey is good!
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