It's really happening Beatrice Verhoeven, provided by Published 9:55 am, Monday, March 19, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Steven Spielberg Reveals ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Production Start Date 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Steven Spielberg has teased the production start date for “Indiana Jones 5,” saying that he will start filming the next adventure next spring. According to multiple media reports, the director confirmed at the Rakuten TV Empire Awards on Sunday night that he will begin production next April in the United Kingdom. “It’s always worth the trip when I get to work with this deep bench of talent coming out of the UK,” Spielberg said during his acceptance speech, according to ComicBook.com. “The actors, and the crew, the chippies, the sparks, the drivers — everybody who has helped me make my movies here, and will continue helping me make my movies here when I come back … [Read more...] about Steven Spielberg Reveals ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Production Start Date
CENTER POINT, Ind. -- Joe Taft has been rescuing big cats for 26 years. He's been caring for some tigers since they were born. But not everyone at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Indiana is such a cool cat. That's because most of the 200 big cats there were rescued from abusive conditions. Many arrived in poor health -- some in agonizing pain from dental disease. So twice a year, cats who are showing symptoms of lion-sized toothaches are tranquilized. "He is out for the count. But he's growling. Is that normal?" CBS News asked. "No," Taft said with a laugh. They're then transported to makeshift operating rooms where about three dozen volunteer doctors, dentists and technicians are waiting. First, the anesthesia team in blue administers drugs to make sure the sleeping beauties stay that way as long as necessary. They insert breathing tubes as long as baseball bats, and keep close track of their vitals. Next, the green teams take over. Dentists and technicians from all over the … [Read more...] about How a rescue center in Indiana cares for big cats
KNOX COUNTY, Indiana -- We came to Indiana looking for one of life's most elusive secrets. We'd heard that deep within Knox County, Indiana -- back among cornfields -- there was a cluster of people who had all unlocked the mystery of a long and happy marriage. But here's what's even more remarkable: they're all related. Together, the eight Clinkenbeard siblings have amassed nearly half a millennia of marriage -- 449 years in total. So I figured if anyone had the secret to wedded bliss, it would have to be these couples. I gathered them for a series of interviews, and here's what I learned: If you want to stay married forever, women, you need to speak your minds. "I could tell when she was ticked," said Jim Clinkenbeard. Or not. "I usually keep my mouth shut," said Barbara Kirk. And men, you need to be deferential. "You treat a lady like a lady," said Bruce Clinkenbeard. Or not. "I said, 'I love to fish and I'm not going to change that,'" said Paul Clinkenbeard. Unfortunately, almost … [Read more...] about Do these 8 Indiana siblings hold the secret to wedded bliss?
"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," expanding the formerly earthbound Jones series to include space aliens and flying saucers, should be titled "Close Encounters of the Tired Kind." Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas go through the motions but fail to recapture the magic that made "Raiders of the Lost Ark" an escapist masterpiece, and its first two sequels entertaining romps. The new film, in theaters today, moves the Man in the Hat to 1957 and late middle age. With the Nazis gone, Indy now faces down the Red Menace in the field and Cold War blacklisting on his college campus. After being forced to help a squad of Russian soldiers invading a secret base in New Mexico, where they steal an extraterrestrial artifact, Jones is accused by overzealous FBI agents of aiding the enemy, and is fired from his position. He follows the Russians to the wilds of South America, where the legendary Crystal Skull holds the key to Soviet mind-reading warfare. An elongated, … [Read more...] about Movies: Time for ‘Indiana Jones’ to retire
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Karan Higdon was the only thing really working for Michigan's offense. The defense did its part all day for the Wolverines. Higdon ran 25 yards for a touchdown on the first play of overtime for No. 17 Michigan and Tyree Kinnel intercepted a fourth-down pass in the end zone on the final play as the Wolverines held off Indiana 27-20 on Saturday. "He was phenomenal," Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said of Higdon. "I don't know how many yards he got after contact, but those were tough yards. There looked like there would be a tackle for loss or a small gain or no gain, and he would get 4 or 5 yards out of it." Higdon finished with 200 yards and three touchdowns — one a 59-yarder — on 25 carries. Michigan (5-1, 1-1 Big Ten) led 20-10 in the fourth quarter, but Indiana (3-3, 0-3) scored 10 points in the final four minutes, forcing overtime on a 46-yard field goal from Griffin Oakes as time expired. They were the first fourth-quarter points the Wolverines … [Read more...] about No. 17 Michigan needs overtime to beat Indiana