Indiana Jones 6 by George Lucas
Indiana Jones 6 Com provides this exclusive Indiana Jones 6 interview with legendary movie producer George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
IJ6 Question -- What is Indiana Jones 6 really about?
George Lucas -- Indy 6 is centered around the ancient mythology involving the pantheon of Greek gods. In brief, Indy and Mutt Williams are on the unfathomable search for the all powerful Thunderbolt of Zeus, which has the supernatural power to destroy reality. It's the primary weapon created by the chief god of Mount Olympus or at least this is what the heroes learn during the movie.
IJ6 Question -- The word Saturn, who was an ancient Roman deity, is similar to the name of a certain malevolent supernatural being that has dominated any and all aspects of the Universe since before the dawn of time itself all the way to the present age and cannot be defeated by helpless mortals, who have absolutely no power over the mystical. Strange and unexplainable coincidence asking the ultimate question of who made who?
George Lucas -- Yeah, we don't really know if the gods were created by the Human imagination or if the gods created our world with the spiritual authority of Heaven and provided each of us with an innate sense of the existence of a much higher power. Indy 6 explores the major theme about the meaning of life. Indy, Mutt and Marion Ravenwood end up questioning the true nature of reality by the end of the quest. The end of the movie provides many more questions than answers. Indy begins to doubt everything he has ever believed.
IJ6 Question -- What does Zeus really look like and will Zeus and the other Greek divinities make an appearance during Indiana Jones 6?
George Lucas -- Indy and the others are taken to Mount Olympus itself in a literal chariot of the gods. A totally mind blowing experience for Indy, which makes Indy wonder why the Greek divine immortals are not worshiped on Earth anymore. The gods don't seem to care if we have mistaken and false beliefs about religion. This is exactly why the afterlife is so terrifying and paralyzing to think about. Back to your question, Indy sees the true glory of Zeus and Indy is unable to comprehend what he sees with his eyes because it is impossible for us to visualize the gods with our limited and primitive perception.
IJ6 Question -- All the Indiana Jones movies focus on religion in some way. Is this based on your own fascination with the Supreme Creator and do you have a strong belief in these sort of things?
George Lucas -- I have my own personal beliefs and intense faith, which many people would view as very, very bizarre and extremely strange if I admitted what I really think about spirituality and the greatest mysteries of life. I don't reveal my secrets in any movie I produce. There are hints and pieces of the puzzle, but not the complete picture as I've come to understand it.
IJ6 Question -- How many story ideas do you have for Indiana Jones?
George Lucas -- I realized a long time ago Indy would never get around to accomplishing many adventures in the Indy films because we are able to only make a few of them, which is why I created the young Indiana Jones TV series so I could cover as many topics as I wanted, but didn't have time to explore in the movies.
IJ6 Question -- Jon Pertwee, who was the Doctor character in the classic Doctor Who television show, was in an episode of young Indy. Shortly thereafter, Mr Pertwee passed away and entered into the great Unknown Mystery. What do you think Mr Pertwee is doing at this precise moment?
George Lucas -- We don't really know, unfortunately. If I had to guess what comes next, I would say all deceased people are peacefully asleep in the grave in darkness with no dreams or nightmares just waiting to be resurrected to eternal life by the Lord Almighty. You may sleep for billions of years, but it's like sleeping at night on Earth, which means you don't have a sense of the slow passage of time so the deceased may rest for countless eons in the grave, but similar to how we don't remember being asleep at night on this planet, then after death you immediately find yourself in the afterlife in the presence of God no matter how much time has really elapsed, which could be an incalculable amount of time. Paradoxically and difficult for us to grasp, we all arrive in Paradise at the same moment.
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IJ 6 Question -- How many Indiana Jones movies are you planning to make? Historically, you haven't directed many sequels or prequels to your most popular motion pictures.
Steven Spielberg -- Indy is unique. George offered it to me first back in 1977 before he revealed the Indy concept to any other director so I'm obligated to keep Indy alive.
IJ 6 Question -- Why does George Lucas create all the story ideas for Indiana Jones?
Steven Spielberg -- George owns Indy. I'm hired to direct. However, George and I have to agree on the idea before we make the Indy movies, but I usually love whatever George thinks up next. The story for Indy 6 is ingenious and remarkable. George saves his best ideas for last, I guess.
IJ 6 Question -- Does George Lucas pay you as much as you make on non Indiana Jones movies?
Steven Spielberg -- Most of my films aren't as successful as Indy. My share of the profit participation for Indy is significantly more than what I make on most of my films. They're not all ET, Jurassic Park and The War of the Worlds.
IJ 6 Question -- Indiana Jones 6 covers much of Greek myth with a particular focus on Zeus. Would the gods really be as tragic and horrific as the Greek mythology claims? Zeus would torment to an infinite degree other gods and the Titans including the own father of Zeus without hesitation according to the stories. What do you believe?
Steven Spielberg -- It's frightening. I'll say that much. The Cosmos is not a pretty place for us lowly individuals. We can't do anything to oppose the will of the gods. Not ever. We are at their mercy. Hopefully, they have compassion and kindness for their creation.
IJ 6 Question -- Why doesn't the Thunderbolt of Zeus destroy the Earth? How can Indiana Jones always win in the end?
Steven Spielberg -- The bad guys seem to run up the score excessively on the good guys, but in the movies I make the good can win out in the end. In real life, Indy probably couldn't save the world. Indy probably wouldn't have survived the first five minutes of Raiders of the Lost Ark, but I don't care how ridiculous and absurd it gets because my Indy prevails every time because I want it that way.