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Want to spend the day cutting and taping together some cool Star Wars and Indiana Jones papercrafts? Check out these fun printable creations from Christopher Beaumont on his site

Here's a few you might dig:

SOURCE: Official Blog
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Ark of the Covenant Business Card Holder, Holy Grail Paperclip Magnet and Fertility Idol Pencil Cup? Yup, it's Indiana Jones merch on a new weird level.

Check out all the weird Indy stuff here:
New Treasures at Indiana Jones Shop
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(Henry Jones' Holy Grail Journal)

There were plenty of Star Wars sights and events at this year's Bay Area Maker Faire, but for more adventure-seeking fans there was a rather interesting exhibit about some handmade Indiana Jones props made by "Mythbusters" host and former ILMer Adam Savage. He's such an Indy fan that he decided to make his own Indy bullwhip and Henry Jones Holy Grail Diary.

Read all about it here:
DIY Indy Props Displayed at Maker Faire
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How many times have you stopped dead in your tracks trying desperately not to set off all the booby traps hidden in your path? Or let's say you're face-to-face with a gang of swordsmen and you're just not sure how to fight with minimal stabbing injuries? Maybe you're trapped in an ancient Egyptian tomb and if you could only decipher the hieroglyphs, surely you'd find the exit!

Lucky for you and other would-be adventurers there's The Indiana Jones Handbook: The Complete Adventurer's Guide written by Denise Kiernan and Joseph D'Agnese from Quirk Books, due to hit stores May 2008.

This is your ultimate guide to learn handy information like how to do everything you've seen Indiana Jones do and more on his epic adventures. Learn how to properly ride an elephant, identify secret passageways, how to handle awkward foods, pack for an expedition, and how to escape if you're accidentally entombed.

Read all about the book here:
First Look: The Indiana Jones Handbook
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If you were tuned into the MTV Video Music Awards last night, you've heard -- the title to the fourth Indy movie is:

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Actor Shia LaBeouf, who joins the Indy cast for the saga's fourth installment, revealed the film's title last night while presenting an award at the VMAs.

To celebrate the return of Indiana Jones, and the fact that we can finally start calling the new movie something other than Indy IV, StarWarsShop is offering an exclusive t-shirt showcasing the new title -- and it's the only place you can get one!

More info here:
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Actress Karen Allen is joining the cast of the upcoming "Indiana Jones" movie, reprising her role as spirited Marion Ravenwood, it was announced today during Comic-Con International in San Diego. The new movie is in production under the direction of Steven Spielberg, who is pictured here with Allen during a break in shooting in Hawaii. The upcoming "Indiana Jones" adventure is a Lucasfilm Ltd. production and is being distributed by Paramount Pictures. Frank Marshall returns as producer, with Kathleen Kennedy joining George Lucas as executive producer. It is planned for worldwide release on May 22, 2008.
(Photo by David James, courtesy Lucasfilm Ltd.)

Official Blog
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Monday, June 18, 2007 marked the first day of principal photography of the new Indiana Jones film. Director Steven Spielberg shares with us a brief video from that day -- with cameo from George Lucas....

Watch the video clip here!

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Today director Steven Spielberg will shout "Action!" marking the return of the character who redefined cinematic action as cameras roll on the first day of principal photography on the new Indiana Jones adventure. Spielberg reunites with executive producer George Lucas and star Harrison Ford to bring the classic hero back to the big screen. It's the trio's first collaboration since the last film in the Indiana Jones, series, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Shooting will continue throughout the summer before the film goes into post-production to be ready for its May 22, 2008 release. The new Indiana Jones film is a Lucasfilm Ltd. Production distributed by Paramount Pictures. Frank Marshall returns as producer with Kathleen Kennedy joining Lucas as executive producer.

Joining the cast is newcomer Shia LaBeouf, whose perspective on Indiana Jones is a bit unique among his fellow cast members: When Shia grew up, Indy was already a legend. We recently caught up with LaBeouf before cameras rolled, and he shared his thoughts about joining the Indy adventure.




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