Indiana Jones

Indiana Jones "Indiana" Jones is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Indiana Jones franchise created by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg in homage to the action heroes of 1930s film serials. The character has been featured in most all media including comic books and video games but first appeared in the 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark, to be followed by Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in 1984, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade in 1989, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles from 1992 to 1996, and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in 2008.
Chris Pratt's Star Lord may have reminded many of Han Solo, but it's another iconic Harrison Ford character that he's been re-imagined as in this impressive fan-made image. If Indy was ever recast with a younger actor, should Pratt be the man to crack the whip? See what you think..
Indiana Jones may be one of the most beloved action movie characters of all time, but it has been suggested he does more harm than good. Hit the jump for a look at his film exploits and whether he really is as heroic as most people believe.
Images and a clip from what looked like an Indiana Jones animated series that unfortunately never happened.
The director of the Indiana Jones series talks about the first installment's recently revealed IMAX Re-Release, the enhancement of the audio, and whether or not any of the sequels will receive a similar re-release.
Paramount has officially announced the Blu-Ray release of all four Indiana Jones movies for September 18th of this year. Check out the studio's announcement and the cover art after the jump.
The mag has released the 50 movies they feel are the most fan-blasted around. Along with Indy's most recent outing there are another few CBMs in the top 10, and a LOT more scattered about the 50!..
While the full list of specs and cover art have yet to be revealed, Paramount/LucasFilm have announced that all four Indiana Jones films will be re-released on Blu-Ray in the fall. Check out the press statement and trailer after the jump.
Not many movies had a more thrilling opening scene than Steven Spielberg's 1981 classic Raiders of the Lost Ark. Click the jump to see this fantastic video.
Steven Spielberg recently sat down and talked about the status of two of his upcoming much anticipated projects, continuations of the Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones film franchisees.
New prank footage from Indiana Jones features Barbra Streisand and Carrie Fisher
Nearly 1 years after Shia LaBeouf trashed Indian Jones and the Kingdomof the Crystal Skull, Papa Indy AKA Harrison Ford replies. Hit the Jump to find out what he had to say.
Shia LaBeouf sits down with IGN for an interview about where things stand with making a fifth Indiana Jones movie with Harrison Ford and George Lucas.
This Sunday, June 12th, will mark the 30th anniversary of Indiana Jones' introduction to the world in Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Earth's Mightiest Action celebrates with full-blown coverage of Indy's career.
HARRISON FORD has revealed he had great fun making the upcoming sci-fi action movie.
He just might be if Harrison Ford has his way. The actor apparently wants the next Indy adventure to be his last, and for the iconic character to meet his maker while handing the reigns of the franchise to his son in future instalments..
What does Transformers star Shia have to say about Indiana Jones 5?
HISHE once again show us how things should have been done this time. It's the mixed reviewed(being generous) "Indiana Jones and The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull"
We've seen some great but also some despicable CBM's in the past few years. On my list is Public Enemy Numbers 1-10. The worst of the worst. May God have mercy on their souls.
Shia seems to know what's wrong with Revenge of the fallen, but what about kingdom of the crystal skull?
Harrison Ford confirms that a "germ of an idea" has been agreed upon for the next installment in the adventures of Indiana Jones!
He would like the movie to remain a family affair.
Indiana Jones may get his dad back in the next movie...
The Indiana Jones actor himself confesses what everyone already knew, his desire to see more Indiana Jones up on the big screen.