Friday, May 09, 2008

AP: Maid Marion: Karen Allen is thrilled over `Indy' return

By DAVID GERMAIN, AP Movie Writer

LOS ANGELES - Nothing ever seems to change in the stormy love-hate relationship between Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood.

The characters created by Harrison Ford and Karen Allen in 1981's "Raiders of the Lost Ark" are back at it with "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," due out May 22.

"As the film begins, they haven't seen each other for a long time, and suddenly, they're thrust back together," Allen told The Associated Press this week. "They kind of pick up from where they left off. A few bumpy roads have passed between them since then that they have to work out with each other."

2 comments:

John D. said...

I'm happy to see they brought Marion back for the fourth movie. When I heard they were making it, I had cringe-worthy visions of them casting some 20-something starlet in the female lead opposite a 65 year old Harrison Ford. Besides, the on-screen chemistry between them is great; rivaled only by Sean Connery's turn as Indy's dad.

Gerald So said...

Marion's return is what finally sold me on a fourth Indy.