indiana jones 6 movie
In this interview with world icon George Lucas, the fans learn of what is to take place during the new Indiana Jones 6 movie.
SuperShadow: We know what happens in Indiana Jones 5. Do you have any idea of what Indy 6 will be about?
George Lucas: I haven't really thought about Indiana Jones 6 very much because of all the work involving the future Star Wars TV series, Indiana Jones 5 and Star Wars Episode 7. However, I do have a basic framework of what you will see.
SuperShadow: O.K. Most excellent. My first question has to be about the opening adventure. What do we see Indy doing at the beginning of Indiana Jones 6?
George Lucas: Indy with some archaeological scientists are on the trail of finding the location of the Garden of Eden, which is the sanctuary for the first Humans as revealed in the Book of Genesis from the Holy Bible.
SuperShadow: That's incredible. Stunning genius. Explain what transpires.
George Lucas: Indy eventually learns that the Garden of Eden is now a subterranean paradise guarded by the Forbidden Angels of Vorrusse.
SuperShadow: It's located inside of the planet as in underground? Similar to the Hollow Earth theory some believe in.
George Lucas: I haven't gotten the entire situation figured out exactly, but yes the Garden of Eden is inside the Earth. Many miles below the surface. It was moved by God from the surface to the interior of the world in order to thwart Humans from finding its secret location.
SuperShadow: What are these angels you mention?
George Lucas: They're a rebel species of ethereal beings with great luminosity. They're not really good or bad. Not benevolent enough to reside in Heaven, but not nefarious enough to conspire with demonic spirits. The most appropriate description of them is angels because they are immortal supernatural creatures.
SuperShadow: Sounds fascinating. What happens further in the story?
George Lucas: Well, Indiana Jones has to find a way to outwit the angels so that he can actually get to the interior of the Garden of Eden. Indy is on the outside looking at this miraculous environment created by God.
George Lucas: I don't really have it figured out yet. Indiana Jones 6 is way, way early in development. These are just basic concepts, which could change. Yet the Garden of Eden would be the perfect prize for Indy because of the immortal powers of the trees located in the garden itself.
SuperShadow: That's the beginning. What is the focus of the main plot of Indy 6?
George Lucas: Indy ends up looking for the Thunderbolt of Zeus. It's a supernatural relic with the powers of the gods of Mount Olympus. That's about all I have for now. It's really not much of substance right now because I'm still working on the story for Indiana Jones 6.
SuperShadow: Who are the primary villains for Indiana Jones 6?
George Lucas: I don't know yet. We've seen the Nazi, Soviets and Chinese in previous Indy films so I'll have to think up something original because you can't keep recycling the same bad guys. There aren't really that many adversaries when you examine history in the detail I have.
SuperShadow: Do you have a title for Indy 6?
George Lucas: I'm calling it Indiana Jones and the Fate of Olympus.
SuperShadow: Do you have any additional secrets of Indiana Jones 6?
George Lucas: Not really. It's a work in progress, which could change dramatically over time. The problem I run into is finding a supernatural object with a genuine mythical origin that the audience will accept. That's what makes creating these films so difficult. Sometimes you don't have any new ideas, which is why we take Indiana Jones one film at a time.
SuperShadow: Thanks for sharing these ingenious Indy 6 ideas with the fans. Keep us updated with any changes you make to Indiana Jones 6.
George Lucas: I don't plan to spend much time working on Indy 6 for the time being, but as always you will be the first to know what happens.
SuperShadow: Thanks for your time.
George Lucas: I enjoy serving the fans immensely. I should be thanking each of you for the continual support you give me.