If any part of that is even remotely true…the dude who leaked this stuff is a major a$$hole, considering the movie literally just started shooting.
I’m just saying, I think it’s a real crappy move to leak that kind of stuff, regardless of the movie or how soon it’ll come out. It has nothing to do with me personally reading the spoiler or not, and more to do with etiquette, respect, decency. These kinds of spoilers tend to get around whether people want to hear them or not. I appreciate the fact that people here have been using the spoiler feature, and you can’t close Pandora’s box, so I don’t begrudge anyone wanting to discuss it. I just think, if the Redditor is someone involved with the production and legitimately just leaked the whole plot to a major film just days after it began shooting, they should definitely be fired, and maybe barred from working on film crews again. Of course, I still would think the guy’s a tool if it’s fake, too. We already have enough clickbait Mike Zeroh type content out there.How big was the size of the gun that someone held to your head and forced you to open and read the spoiler?
The Ten Commandments tablets are inside the Ark.The Ten Commandments
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Tower of Babel
some made up reason for The Tunguska Event
I agree that they’ve mostly hit the cream of the crop, but these were some that popped into my head
The Ark and the Grail are probably the best McGuffins Indy could ever have centered around and that's the problem for any new Indy adventure afterwards: what's a real-world, semi-mythic artifact that everyone knows of, and the characters would want to chase after? I love Temple of Doom but what ultimately was the allure of the Sankara Stones outside of that one village, and what would it have accomplished if someone else other than Mola Ram collected them? Most crystal skulls are well documented to be Victorian curios; what else is there that's strong enough a premise that can be a catalyst for an adventure story?