This Thanksgiving, how about a nice blast from Indiana Jones’ past — long before the phrase “nuke the fridge” was an accepted part of the English language?
That legendary Ark-opening sequence was originally a little bit more graphic.
If you think Katniss only uses her bow and arrow to survive the Hunger Games, think again.
Looking over some of our favorite sci-fi and fantasy films, we found a handful of "powerful" artifacts that actually don't help anyone at all.
Another Friday has rolled around, so here's another dose of cosplay creativity to send you smiling into the weekend.
If the original Star Wars and Indiana Jones movies had come out now, would they be better or worse? Harrison Ford has some pretty strong feelings on the subject.
We’re still waiting around to see if Spielberg thinks the world needs another Indiana Jones film, but Harrison Ford believes there is still room for one more adventure — with a few tweaks, of course.
What’s even cooler than classic sci-fi films? Classic sci-fi films reimagined as vintage treasure maps. That’s what.
The Indiana Jones films are known for their mystical MacGuffins and meticulous set pieces, yet some of the most intriguing concepts of the series never make it to the screen.
Even a future classic can look like a guaranteed flop in the eyes of a studio executive.