While other films avoid competition with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Uwe Boll's latest action thriller comedy is said to be released on the same day as the Steven Spielberg's.
The action thriller comedy "Postal" has been set to be bowing in theaters on May 23, the same day as the release of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull". According to Slash Film, the release date's announcement has been made by Uwe Boll, the mastermind behind the film, himself.
Quoting the director/producer of "House of the Dead", Slash noted, "On the Indiana Jones weekend - May 23 - we will go out and destroy Indiana Jones in the Box Office! We all know that Harrison Ford is older as my grandpa and his time is up - would Michael Moore say!" It was further claimed that the "BloodRayne" helmer commented, "Spielberg gets sloppy. We saw that with War of the Worlds (why the fuck the older brother survived?) and also in parts of Jaws, E.T., Munich etc.! My performance in Postal as 'Nazi Theme Park Owner' outperforms easily Ben Kingsley in Schindler's List!" Due to Boll's statement, it was reported that the fourth installment of "Indiana Jones" may be moved to another date to avoid competition from "Postal".
Boll's latest feature film tells a story about an unemployed and frustrated man named Dude who is trying to get back on track with his life. The movie is based on the popular video game of the same title. It will feature stars like Zack Ward, Dave Foley and Chris Coppola.