"It's a really good movie!"  Steven Spielberg loved Indiana Jones 5

“It’s a really good movie!” Steven Spielberg loved Indiana Jones 5

The director appreciated James Mangold’s work: “And I thought I was the only one who knew how to make one!”

Obviously, he was the first (or one of the first) to see the film! Steven Spielberg dropped his beloved Indy to another filmmaker. It is James Mangold who had the heavy responsibility of taking over for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, which has just been released in cinemas. But Spielberg remains producer of the franchise and as such, he was able to discover the result first and foremost, from April 2023. Obviously, he is very happy with what his successor has achieved:

Two nights ago I had this amazing experience“, he said during a masterclass organized by Time Magazine in spring. “Bob Iger has screened for many Disney executives, and I came to the screening with director James Mangold. Everyone loved the movie. It’s a really, really good movie IndianaJones. I’m really proud of what Jim has done with it.” says the filmmaker.

Certainly, Steven Spielberg, as a producer, is not going to torpedo the project. But he goes further in his support: “When the lights came back on, at the end of the screening, I just turned to the room and said: ‘Shit ! I thought I was the only one who knew how to make one!’

Now that The Dial of Destiny has arrived in theaters, do you agree with Steven Spielberg?

Our review of Indiana Jones 5, the very surprising final episode of the franchise

The story ofIndiana Jones 5 : 1969. After spending more than ten years teaching at Hunter College in New York, the esteemed Dr. Jones, professor of archeology, is about to retire and live out his days of peace.

Everything changes after the surprise visit of his goddaughter Helena Shaw, who is in search of a rare artifact that her father entrusted to Indy years before: the famous Archimedes dial, a relic which would have the power to locate the cracks temporal. As an accomplished con artist, Helena steals the object and leaves the country in a hurry to sell it to the highest bidder. Indy has no choice but to chase after him. He pulls out his fedora and his leather jacket for one last trip…

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