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« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2003, 01:38:03 AM »
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Whatever, Indy 4, 5, 6 or 7....Still gonna suck tremendous Israeli Penis.

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« Reply #16 on: May 07, 2003, 11:29:00 PM »
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woo hoo!
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« Reply #17 on: July 08, 2003, 02:23:31 AM »
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So you wanna know the details about the documentaries on the Indiana Jones bonus disc? The British Board of Film Classification's revealed them. All such materials have to be submitted to the BBFC in order for them to be released in the U.K., and the BBFC makes the details public. So here's what to look for on Indy according to them.

The Making of the Indiana Jones Trilogy - Part 1: Raiders of the Lost Ark (51 mins)
The Making of the Indiana Jones Trilogy - Part 2: The Temple of Doom (41 mins)
The Making of the Indiana Jones Trilogy - Part 3: The Last Crusade (35 mins)
The Stunts of Indiana Jones (11 mins)
The Light and Magic of Indiana Jones (12 mins)
The Music of Indiana Jones (12 mins)

Keep in mind that none of these details have been confirmed by Paramount and Lucasfilm, but we suspect they're accurate nonetheless.


Also confirmed is the upcoming Indiana Jones Trilogy DVD set will include "Raiders of the Lost Ark" with one minor digital change to it - "Remember that shot where Indy falls into the snake pit, and you briefly see reflections on the glass that's protecting Harrison Ford's face from the snakes? Well... our sources are telling us those reflections are being digitally removed from the shot so you can't see the glass".
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« Reply #18 on: July 08, 2003, 01:08:29 PM »
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Also confirmed is the upcoming Indiana Jones Trilogy DVD set will include "Raiders of the Lost Ark" with one minor digital change to it - "Remember that shot where Indy falls into the snake pit, and you briefly see reflections on the glass that's protecting Harrison Ford's face from the snakes? Well... our sources are telling us those reflections are being digitally removed from the shot so you can't see the glass".

GOD DAMN DAMN IT, do they have to spoil the magic on and on??? Fuck Lucas and Spielberg up their stupid asses! I hope they forgot the bouncing stone block.


was the reflection the most magical part of raiders for you?

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« Reply #19 on: July 08, 2003, 01:45:35 PM »
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was the reflection the most magical part of raiders for you?


I like the ride

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« Reply #20 on: July 08, 2003, 02:32:10 PM »
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actually i take back my previous post.  the thought of that is starting to irritate me as well.

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« Reply #21 on: July 08, 2003, 02:55:45 PM »
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Quote from: mogwai
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Also confirmed is the upcoming Indiana Jones Trilogy DVD set will include "Raiders of the Lost Ark" with one minor digital change to it - "Remember that shot where Indy falls into the snake pit, and you briefly see reflections on the glass that's protecting Harrison Ford's face from the snakes? Well... our sources are telling us those reflections are being digitally removed from the shot so you can't see the glass".

GOD DAMN DAMN IT, do they have to spoil the magic on and on??? Fuck Lucas and Spielberg up their stupid asses! I hope they forgot the bouncing stone block.


was the reflection the most magical part of raiders for you?


THOSE SONS OF WHORES!  HOW COULD THEY????

But besides that, I'm looking forward to this trilogy's release.
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« Reply #22 on: July 10, 2003, 06:21:26 PM »
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GOD DAMN DAMN IT, do they have to spoil the magic on and on??? Fuck Lucas and Spielberg up their stupid asses! I hope they forgot the bouncing stone block.


I'm more offended by the change of the title to "Indiana Jones and The Raiders Of The Lost Ark" than by fixing one shot.

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"Indiana Jones: Making the Trilogy - The Lucasfilm archives were raided to give you unprecedented access to the making of the Indiana Jones trilogy. Join the cast and crew of all 3 films on an epic movie-making adventure, including all-new interviews with Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Harrison Ford, Frank Marshall, Karen Allen, Kate Capshaw and more. Go on set and experience firsthand the rough-and-tumble world of the films' creation. Illustrated with never-before-seen footage, outtakes, screen tests, production drawings and photographs, Making the Trilogy is your first-class ticket to behind-the-scenes movie-making history.

The Light and Magic of Indiana Jones - In an era before computer-generated effects existed, Industrial Light and Magic managed to bring to life the unique world of Indiana Jones by using groundbreaking techniques in special and mechanical effects. The ILM wizards reveal how they employed miniatures, matte paintings, morphing and more to make Indy's spectacular quests and supernatural adventures believable.

The Sound of Indiana Jones - Academy Award-winning sound designer Ben Burtt takes us on what director Steven Spielberg describes as "an adventure in sound." Discover the crucial role that sound effects and editing play in the Indiana Jones films and learn the aural history behind some of your favorite scenes.

The Stunts of Indiana Jones - Each Indiana Jones film topped its predecessor with heart-stopping, perilous stunts. The stunt crew takes you behind the scenes to witness the intense coordination required by the entire production team to make certain a death-defying scene looks convincing on film. Learn how the Indy films paid homage to the past and were pivotal to the future of movie stunts.

Original trailers - Watch the original theatrical teasers and trailers for the Indiana Jones movies along with a trailer for the Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb video game from LucasArts.

Exclusive DVD-ROM content - Each of your Indiana Jones DVDs has the ability to unlock exclusive Indiana Jones content available only through a special DVD-ROM Web site. In addition, you can link to Indianajones.com (the official site for Indiana Jones fans) and check out the daily features and updates on Indiana Jones 4."
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« Reply #23 on: August 05, 2003, 04:55:45 PM »
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Indy date change?
Source: The Digital Bits

Also today, we're getting a lot of reports from retail sources that Paramount has moved the street date for its The Adventures of Indiana Jones: The Complete DVD Movie Collection up to 10/21 (from 11/4) to avoid competition with Disney's Finding Nemo. We've got a call into the studio and we'll let you know when we have final confirmation either way.

wow, that seems really silly.  release date competition for dvds?  like someone will only buy one or the other.  thats weird.  but i wont mind havintg it a week or two early....
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« Reply #24 on: August 06, 2003, 03:27:32 PM »
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It's official, folks. Paramount has just confirmed to us that the street date for their Indiana Jones DVDs has been moved up from 11/4 to 10/21. That's good news for you Indy fans. You have nearly two weeks less to wait!
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« Reply #25 on: August 08, 2003, 04:42:15 PM »
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Also today, we've gotten more details from Lucasfilm on the Indy DVDs. They are indeed streeting on 10/21 now. We also have more specific information on the bonus disc contents. Here's what to expect, direct from the official press release:

Indiana Jones: Making the Trilogy - Documentarians raided the Lucasfilm archives for an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at movie-making history. More than two dozen new interviews were conducted with the talented cast and crew of the Indiana Jones trilogy - some of whom were interviewed for the first time since the films were originally released. Making the Trilogy is a completely unique tour through the rough-and-tumble world of the films’ creation. Complete with never-before-seen footage, outtakes, screen tests, production drawings and photographs direct from the Lucasfilm archives, it's the most detailed exploration of these classic films ever produced.

The Light and Magic of Indiana Jones - The visual effects wizards from Industrial Light and Magic bring new insight into how they created the unique world of Indiana Jones. Their groundbreaking techniques in visual and mechanical effects came in an era before computer-generated effects existed, offering unique challenges and spectacular results. ILM technicians explain how miniatures, matte paintings, morphing and more made Indy's spectacular quests and supernatural adventures into unforgettable film experiences.

Taking an in-depth adventure in sound, The Sound of Indiana Jones joins Academy Award®-winning sound designer Ben Burtt as he reveals the crucial role that sound effects and editing played in the Indiana Jones films, while also providing an aural history behind some of the most talked-about scenes.

The Stunts of Indiana Jones goes behind the scenes to witness the intense coordination required by the entire production team to make certain a death-defying scene looks convincing on film. This documentary reveals how the Indy films paid homage to the past and were pivotal to the future of heart-stopping, perilous movie stunts.

Venture on a musical journey with John Williams as he reminisces about his collaboration with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas and The Music of Indiana Jones. Viewers will learn how one of the most iconic movie themes of all-time, The Raiders March, was conceived and gain insight into how the music uniquely compliments the theme and mood of each adventure.

Original theatrical teasers and trailers for the Indiana Jones movies, along with a trailer for the Indiana Jones and The Emperor's Tomb video game from LucasArts.

Exclusive DVD-ROM access to exclusive Indiana Jones content, available through a special DVD-ROM web site. An additional link to the Indianajones.com web site (the official site for Indiana Jones fans) will offer daily features and updates on the upcoming Indiana Jones 4.
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« Reply #26 on: August 08, 2003, 10:09:56 PM »
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Also today, we're getting a lot of reports from retail sources that Paramount has moved the street date for its The Adventures of Indiana Jones: The Complete DVD Movie Collection up to 10/21 (from 11/4) to avoid competition with Disney's Finding Nemo. We've got a call into the studio and we'll let you know when we have final confirmation either way.

wow, that seems really silly.  release date competition for dvds?  like someone will only buy one or the other.  thats weird.  but i wont mind havintg it a week or two early....


Maybe Paramount wants the Indy box to be the big release on its release date.  Finding Nemo will inarguably garner the most attention on its release.

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« Reply #27 on: August 08, 2003, 11:52:44 PM »
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Maybe Paramount wants the Indy box to be the big release on its release date.  Finding Nemo will inarguably garner the most attention on its release.


well thats an idea.  but personally i believe its so they can buy more time to throw together their "Def Jam Presents: Origins of a Hip-Hop Classic" special feature for the Jonez disc, and have time to record the laugh track.
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« Reply #28 on: August 09, 2003, 04:46:22 PM »
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Maybe Paramount wants the Indy box to be the big release on its release date.  Finding Nemo will inarguably garner the most attention on its release.


well thats an idea.  but personally i believe its so they can buy more time to throw together their "Def Jam Presents: Origins of a Hip-Hop Classic" special feature for the Jonez disc, and have time to record the laugh track.


They would have less time, considering that they are now releasing the box two weeks earlier.

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« Reply #29 on: October 03, 2003, 10:28:50 PM »
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Cool Indiana Jones DVD Box
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Video Business has some cool new details on the upcoming "Indiana Jones" trilogy DVDs.

Also on Oct. 21, Paramount Home Entertainment will release the long-awaited The Adventures of Indiana Jones: The Complete DVD Movie Collection in a box of simulated leather that, in the words of a Paramount spokesman, "looks as aged as [the title character's] hat." The packaging also includes exclusive illustrations from well-known movie-poster artist Drew Struzan.

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