The trailer for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny may be the best thing to happen with the movie this month. James Mangold, the film's director, has been patiently, but directly, explaining to people on social media that he knows more about his movie than they do.
A few weeks ago, Mangold came out to clarify that online rumors about the film's ending were incorrect. The director made a very clear statement but people don't believe him and he continues to defend himself and his film.
The post reads so. I took a day off. I seem to have to say it again. We did not shoot any new scenes oralt endings. The film is 99% finished and getting a rating from the Motion Picture Association of America. The holidays are a happy time. Some of the responses were reasonable and respectable. Other people were not.
One response wondered why Spielberg wanted nothing to do with it. I wonder if it has anything to do with Kathleen Kennedy wanting to destroy every male character that George or he created. That woman is in need of assistance. Mangold didn't reply. I didn't wonder why the person wanted nothing to do with it. We have been talking weekly for over two years because he is a producer on the film.
Another user said that they had been hit. Nowadays, every Disney movie is filmed as some kind of scrapbook. The problem with that reply is that Mangold has made Disney movies before. He said, well, Anthony. It is kind of you to call me bullshit, but I made Indiana Jones 5 and it didn't happen. I can only talk about what I've experienced. Be well.
John Williams is said to say something about a new ending in the video. Mangold assures everyone that if that is what Williams said, he was joking and that the composer has written two hours of brilliant music. The film has a huge score and 99% in it.
There is a thread of people who are critical of the look of the film.
The lighting is bad. The bike and the man are not in the picture. There is a green screen and studio lights. He has spotlights on his hair and shoulders. Natural light is not what it is. studio lights The person who shot the scene was tagged by this person. Is that correct? Mangold said that the location shot of Holbrook was real. It's too funny There's more.
It is true that people involved with movies have to tell the truth. Andrew Garfield said he wasn't in Spider-Man: No Way Home, while everyone denied that Khan was in Star Trek Into Darkness. Mangold isn't joking with his responses. If people guessed the end of his film, he would most likely just ignore it and hope the information didn't spread. The problem is we live in a world filled with so much distrust and misinformation, for some reason certain people prefer to believe the words of the people who are most directly responsible for the work at hand. A person with a stake in the film.
Mangold knows he will be proven correct in the end when Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny comes to theaters. If you want to see more destruction, go to his account.
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