We’re about a month away from the premiere. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate. And as a huge fan of the series, I can’t wait to see my favorite adventure-seeking archaeologist back.
In fact, Harrison Ford is currently attending the 76th Cannes Film Festival. hot — He attended the premiere of the movie.
and meanwhile indiana jones and the dial of fate It is set in the late 1960s and features old Indians.
…you can see from the trailer that there are some scenes from the late 1930s or early 1940s. Of course, there’s a young Indy, digitally de-aged, similar to Indy in his first three films.
However, after the premiere variety Posted an article criticizing de-aging and called Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate, To use this technology, along with several other films. The article’s authors argue that “anti-aging effects in Hollywood still need to be fine-tuned and should only be used after Hollywood has perfected the formula.”
But Harrison himself doesn’t think so, defending the use of anti-aging tech at a press conference (via) EW), “I know that’s my face. Because I have all the frames of the film that I made in .
He added, “And this process, scientific mining of this library, this has been put to good use.” [use]. Unless backed up by a story, it’s just a trick, and if it’s not honest and not real, it sticks out painfully. … which means it’s emotionally real. So I think it was used very well. ”
Harrison also opened up about how she felt about the end result of the anti-aging they did in the film, saying she was “very happy with it.” But he added that while he liked the effects of the film, he didn’t want to look younger. “I don’t look back and say, ‘I wish I was that person again’ because I don’t. I’m really happy to be getting older. I love getting older.”
OK, are you all just as excited? indiana jones and the dial of fate As I am? And do you agree with Harrison that anti-aging is OK for stories?