|Bradley Cooper at the 86th Annual Academy Awards.|
When Disney makes a move to acquire something, it's because they see the future filled with dollars. In 2012, Disney bought the rights to all future Indiana Jones films (played heretofore by Harrison Ford in four films). It is now rumored that Bradley Cooper (not Shia LeBoef, who appeared in the last Indiana Jones film as Jones' son) is the top candidate to replace Ford, but others have not been ruled out. The studio is considering another film, but have not yet committed; it can be argued, however, that having bought the rights to the franchise was a commitment, because buying something so someone else can't buy it is rather expensive.
our discussion on Dinesh D'Souza's America documentary coming out? According to D'Souza--and I agree whole-heartedly--America is currently facing an identity crisis, and I think that's echoed loud and clear in this trailer:
Well, you probably know that I am going to say "the socialists," because socialism has "invaded" America, most of us did not invite it in, and it wasn't announced that Obama was running on a socialist platform. Further, in other films such as Cowboys and Aliens, Men In Black 3 and Tom Cruise's Oblivion, we can say those aliens were socialists because socialism is "alien" to life in America, we're not used to it, look at what Obamacare has done to the insurance industry, and that's just one program. Besides, doesn't it seem like we have to keep fighting socialism over and over and over again, that it just won't die? Edge Of Tomorrow comes out June 6th.
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