'Indiana Jones 4' Denied a Two and a Half Hour Screening Time

April 21, 2008 06:53:21 GMT

Though said earlier to be having a 140-minute viewing hour, 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' has been cleared from the speculation as it will only be screened over 120-minute.


'Indiana Jones 4' Denied a Two and a Half Hour Screening Time
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Rumored earlier to be having a 140 minutes of screen time, the latest installment of the adventurous archaeologist movie "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" has been cleared up from the speculation. In response to the long running time rumor, producer Frank Marshall has stated that the Steven Spielberg-directed film will only have a bit over 120 minutes of previewing.

Allegedly, Marshall has come to the Paramount publicity to give out the clarification. However, how long exactly the film is going to take to be screened has yet to be revealed. Reports concerning the matter further suggested that it won't take longer time than the other three Indiana Jones series, which the longest, Last Crusade, took about 127-minute.

Being the fourth installment of the Indiana Jones series, "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" features once again its star Harrison Ford as well as newcomers to the series that include Shia LaBeouf and Cate Blanchett. Coming in theaters on May 22, the Paramount Pictures' action film is set to have its premiere at the 61st Annual Cannes Film Festival four days before it hits the theaters elsewhere on Sunday, May 18.

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