In Super Bowl LVII, the Kansas City Chiefs will face the Philadelphia Eagles for the Holy Grail, but Indiana Jones fans are joking about how wonderful it is to have Harrison Ford back in business for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.
While Ford is busy shooting the Yellowstone sequel, 1923, and popping in occasionally to be a therapist on Shrinking, he found time to appear in one of the most anticipated films of the year: Dr. Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Fans who want more action will get their wish when Dial of Destiny comes out on June 30.
Fans are groaning for one fantastic line in particular after the Super Bowl teaser: "Are you still a Nazi?"
Harrison Ford would have been nine years old when Hitler took office. He would not have been fighting the Nazis for real, but we can all dream that he put them in their place back then, right?
The images of Nazi crimes against the Jews have been so embedded in our heads that even a film like Indiana Jones allows us to channel the pleasure of kicking some Nazi behind.
A well-placed trailer at the right time will attract more attention to a theater on any given day. The Super Bowl is a great opportunity for you to get exposure.
Fans of the original film will never see it another way. This is what the films are about. When they see this theme replicated, it's an understatement.
Some fans must get their facts straight, but it's okay to be wrong. Being a fan is enough.
Ford's fans will always remember him no matter his age, as long as he maintains his hat, his whip, and his sharp wit.
Will the Nazis always exist? Not if it's up to Indiana Jones in the minds of all those who have admired him over the years.