June 23, 2007 06:02:53 GMT
A Hawaiian paper has informed that filmmakers of "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" will shoot some scenes in the archipelagic state this August.
After the cities of New Haven and Deming, the Ophidiophobic adventurer will continue his journey to Hawaii for sure.
Local paper the Hawaii Tribune-Herald has claimed that "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" is going to have some of its scenes taken along Hamakua Coast, located on the Big Island of Hawaii. Lucasfilm was even reported to have set up a production office in Hilo, where filming of the project will be carried out for three weeks this August.
The follow-up to 1989's "Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade", "Indy 4" marks the return of Harrison Ford in the titular role under the direction of prominent filmmaker Steven Spielberg. Production on the flick has been going since June 18 and will run throughout this summer to meet a May 22, 2008 release.