Rumor mill is now grinding on a new topic about "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull": the release date of the first trailer for the highly-anticipated adventure flick.
An inside source to Ain't It Cool News has brought in a tidbit saying fans can expect it to arrive in front of "Beowulf" when the motion-capture picture hits theaters this November on date 16. Recalling executive producer George Lucas' previous hint of the trailer to come around Thanksgiving, the day seems to be a fitting time for it to finally greet the moviegoers.
However, since there is no official statement coming from Paramount Pictures as the film's production and distribution company, do simply consider this with a grain of salt for now. But let's hope that the content will really feature actual footage from the project, not just a simple teaser or a compilation of footage from the past installments, whatever nice it is.
In the meantime, it is also speculated that composer John Williams is currently working on the music for the trailer, which AICN guessed to be either "New John Williams INDIANA JONES music" or "a new arrangement of old John Williams INDIANA JONES music." The New York native has been known to be longtime collaborator of both Steven Spielberg and Lucas, handling music score on all previous "Indiana Jones" and "Star Wars" movies.