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It's Indiana Jones & the City of Gloom as Residents Complain About London Filming

It has been a while since we heard or saw anything new about the production of Indiana Jones 5 as it continues in the UK, but is seems that as production has moved to London, there are some people who have been hearing and seeing a lot more the cast and crew than they wanted to. While many people have been thrilled to see Harrison Ford and company shooting the latest and final adventure for the heroic archaeologist, neighbors of a property used for filming have been complaining about the disruption being caused in their area.
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The Most Fun I Ever Had With My Kids, According to 25 Dads

“We’re just here to be memories for our kids,” remarks Matthew McConaughey’s Cooper in Interstellar. “Once you’re a parent, you’re the ghost of your children’s future.” It’s a sneakily impactful line, and if you have children it probably resonated. One of the main jobs of a parent s to make memories for our kids, to help mold them through experiences, but also give them — and ourselves — things to look back on with fondness and love.
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Become a premium RPS supporter and get a copy of Phantom Abyss, out today

Last week, we made it easier to support RPS. Now, as promised, we've added a new benefit for premium supporters: a copy of Phantom Abyss, which released in Steam Early Access earlier today. Phantom Abyss is an asynchronous multiplayer game which throws players into generated temples, then challenges them to...
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Elizabeth Olsen Says DOCTOR STRANGE 2 Is Much Scarier Than an Indiana Jones Movie

WandaVision gave fans a taste of what was to come in the future of the MCU, and now Loki is furthering the story, cracking open the multiverse that will be fully explored in next spring’s sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Wanda herself, aka the Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen, will have a major role in the film, and after recently wrapping filming on the movie, Olsen gave a tease of the tone of the film, which is being directed by iconic horror director Sam Raimi.
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Indiana Jones 4K Blu-ray Box Set Gets a Prime Day Deal

The first Indiana Jones adventure, Raiders of the Lost Ark, hit theaters in 1981 - 40 years ago this month. To celebrate, the first four films in the franchise have been compiled into a 4K Ultra HD / Digital box set that's getting rave reviews. What's more, it's on sale here on Amazon for Prime Day 2021 priced at $74.94 (18% off - an all-time low). The exclusive SteelBook edition is also on sale here at Best Buy for $89.99.
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Indiana Jones Hat, Harry Potter Wand, Iron Man 2 Suit and More Go Up for Auction

It is rumored that money cannot buy you happiness. Well, maybe it can if your idea of happiness is to own the fabled fedora of Indiana Jones, the wand of Harry Potter or even the original costume of a 1990s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle if you have up to an estimated $250,000 lying around doing nothing. LA and London based Prop Store, collectors of all kinds of modern movie artifacts, scripts, props and costumes, launch their latest auction next week with some of Hollywood's most iconic items up for grabs to those who can raise the cash to afford them.
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Doctor Strange 2’s Elizabeth Olsen Shares Thoughts On The Film Being Compared To Indiana Jones

Outside of Doctor Strange and Scarlet Witch both participating in Avengers: Endgame’s climactic battle and attending Tony Stark’s funeral, the two heroes haven’t crossed paths, but that will soon change thanks to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Following the events of the Disney+ series WandaVision, the next chapter of Wanda Maximoff’s story will unfold in the Doctor Strange sequel. Earlier this month, Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron compared Stephen Strange to Indiana Jones, but as far as this upcoming movie as a whole goes, Elizabeth Olsen thinks Multiverse of Madness is more scary than the adventures starring the fedora-wearing, whip-wielding protagonist.
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Phantom Abyss is Super Meat Boy meets Indiana Jones

Indiana Jones has managed to remain one of the most iconic action heroes in movie history, even though he’s got about a 50% hit rate when it comes to decent films. But enough about the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull – today we have Phantom Abyss, an unabashedly Indiana Jones-inspired roguelike game that pits you against everyone else in the world in a race through tombs filled to the brim with deadly traps.
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The Indiana Jones Movies: 10 Cool Secret Easter Eggs To Watch Out For

CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Because of everything that makes him such a badass action movie hero, we seem to forget that Indiana Jones is, first and foremost, an archaeologist exploring the world in search of its long lost mysteries. Of course, that lesser appreciated aspect of the character played by Harrison Ford would inspire many to pursue a career in archeology in hopes to find artifacts as fascinating as the Ark of Covenant, the titular sought after item in Raiders of the Lost Ark, or, the “MacGuffin” of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the Holy Grail. I, for one, prefer to conduct my treasure hunts from the privacy of my own home where I can rewatch the Indiana Jones movies - streaming now on Paramount+ - and look for the hidden Easter Eggs and behind-the-scenes secrets that go often unnoticed on a first viewing, such as this interesting tip about into how Indy got his name.
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Playing Indiana Jones in Phantom Abyss

"Procedurally Generated", it's a term that has been thrown around a lot in gaming. There are some games that do it really well, offering varied experiences across multiple playthroughs like Enter the Gungeon or FTL: Faster Than Light. The flip side of this is when procedural generation is used to tout how many thousands of possibilities you could experience when those experiences are the small differences like blue grass vs green grass, or different pieces in some abomination space creature as was the state for No Man's Sky (when it launched at least.) Phantom Abyss is a new procedurally generated Roguelite where each temple you enter can only be entered once by you, but that a number of people can play the identical seed, once completed it's closed off to anyone else. How well does this really work? and is it enough to sell you on another Roguelite in your library?
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‘Indiana Jones’ making life ‘a living hell’ for Londoners

Indiana Jones has worn out his welcome. Residents of Hackney, East London, are whipped-up in a frenzy over the filming of the fifth installment of the “Indiana Jones” series, “Indiana Jones and the Empire of Evil” in which Harrison Ford’s legendary adventuring archeologist once again takes on the Nazis. While...