With the premiere of the one advertised like the last adventure from our favorite archaeologist, it’s inevitable to wonder if the franchise will continue in any way. In this sense, James Mangold, director of Indiana Jones and the Dial of DestinyAnd Kathleen Kennedy, Lucasfilm President discussed whether a film starring Helena Shaw, played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, is in the works.
In an interview with diversity, The New York filmmaker was asked head-on if he’s been in talks with Disney to have the franchise’s legacy rest on the shoulders of Indiana Jones’ goddaughter, who will be introduced to audiences in 2011 The Dial of Destiny.
Mangold has previously stated that one of his first goals was to get involved with the tapes Indiana Jones It was about “capturing that wonderful energy between Indy and a fearless female character.” In fact, he wrote Helena specifically for the creator and protagonist of flea bag; I saw in her the same courage and wit that made Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen) a perfect match Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981).
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Yes, James Mangold is blunt with his answer. Although he knows that nowadays it is normal for franchise films to create universes that spawn multiple sequels and spin-offsHe doesn’t aspire to be a part of it.
“I’m not interested. I refuse. I just can’t‘ commented the director. “The amount of lorefrom easter egg and from fan service it’s starting to get unethical [las franquicias] at one point. Stories are no longer told. It’s advertising on a grand scale.”
Now PIt may be that the director of logan I don’t want to get involved said project. However, it is the head of Lucasfilm who does not completely close this door.
““It’s entirely possible,” he says. Kathleen Kennedy on a possible Helena Shaw film. “But we’re not having any of those talks right now. We just focus on getting done [Indiana Jones] with Harrison [Ford]“.
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