Yet Another Indiana Jones 4 Poster - Updated!

April 9, 2008
Source: Collider

Yet Another Indiana Jones 4 Poster

The Adventure Continues. Just when we thought we had seen all of the posters for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, another new one shows up. As great of an artist as Drew Struzan is, this is probably the one I'd end up buying and framing more than the others. I just love the iconic Indiana Jones look and the rough edges and everything. In March we posted what was presumably the final poster for Indiana Jones 4, but apparently there are still more in the works. And don't forget we also have a Drew Struzan designed Hellboy II poster eventually as well! Let's hear your thoughts on this one.

You can check out the Drew Struzan designed first and second Indiana Jones 4 posters as well.

Update - After the gurus over at SlashFilm did a little snooping, they discovered that this was nothing more than a fan creation. Although I commend whoever made it - it looks brilliant! Definitely an impressive poster and still one I enjoy enough to leave up.

Indiana Jones 4 Poster

I'm posting these as a reminder to keep Indiana Jones 4 fresh in everyones mind as we lead up to the late May release. We'll have plenty of nostalgic Indiana Jones coverage coming in mid-May, but until then, these posters and photos will hopefully hold over all of the fans until May 22nd. Only 43 more days left!

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is directed by the legendary Steven Spielberg with a story by George Lucas and screenplay by David Koepp (Mission: Impossible, Spider-Man, War of the Worlds). The movie is the fourth in the Indiana Jones series and takes place in the 1950s, around 20 years after Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull arrives in theaters this summer on May 22nd! If you haven't seen it yet, you should also watch the very first teaser trailer as well as the recently released TV spot.

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It's alright. I mean it could've had more than just Harrison Ford

Sean on Apr 9, 2008


For some reason he looks more like Richard Gere... I guess it's the eyes.

SP on Apr 9, 2008


this one's great. I don't need to see Mutt or the Russian chick or Ray Winstone. Just give me some Indy. But man, that Crystal Skull font is AWFUL.

brian on Apr 9, 2008


brian: that's the same font they've used for EVERY Indy poster.

Brad on Apr 9, 2008


Ford looks good. but i agree with sean(#1), it should have more than just ford. maybe a glimpse of the skull in the back would be good enough. but eh, still nice. i'm still picking which one i would like on my wall.

craziemutant on Apr 10, 2008


Meh. "Iconic" = "relying on past glories".

Robert on Apr 10, 2008


Sorry to inform that you won't be seeing this one on the stores, as is fake.

Roderick on Apr 10, 2008


It looks like it should be an advert for colostomy bags. 'Just because you're old and you shit yourself, it doesn't mean you can't enjoy life.'

Ricky Roma on Apr 10, 2008


ricky roma - classic!

don on Apr 10, 2008


Awesome poster! Harrison Ford/Indiana Jones = legend. Age is nothing but a number to me. We should be so lucky to NOT sh*t ourselves if/when we make it to his age! Harrison Ford still kicks a$$.

Spider on Apr 10, 2008


While it does look impressive for a fan creation...It is really just a variation on the advance poster for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Same background image and pose. Check out the original Drew Struzan poster here.

jeff on Apr 10, 2008


Its just a picture of Harrison Ford. NEXT!

Ryan on Apr 10, 2008


It's fake, sorry to say.

Orange Clockwork on Apr 10, 2008


He's getting too old for this shit.

avoidz on Apr 10, 2008


Great poster and think its the best one shown so far very awesome!

Curtis on Apr 10, 2008


It's a fake (fan-creation). See "jeff"'s post - #11.

avoidz on Apr 11, 2008


Yea guys, we know it's fake, I updated the article yesterday night. However, it's still a great poster and it deserves a bit of time in the spotlight for being so well-made - even by a fan!

Alex Billington on Apr 11, 2008

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