Vanity Fair has an extensive article on the making of, and interviews with the cast and crew of “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”. The article, which is way too long in my opinion (it’s just a movie, after all), is accompanied by a couple of really nice looking pictures.
But then, on the morning of June 18, 2007, Steven Spielberg, the director of the Indiana Jones movies, and George Lucas, who came up with the idea for the franchise, found themselves facing cast and crew on an empty piece of land in Deming, New Mexico. “How time flies,” Spielberg said, raising a flute of champagne, in a moment captured on video, which ended up on YouTube. “No one’s changed, we all look the same. I just want to say: Break a leg, have a good shoot, do your best work, and here’s looking at you, kids”…
Read the rest of the article here.