Annie Liebovitz has snapped Harrison Ford and Shia LaBoeuf for the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair. The shoot was in honour of the latest Indiana Jones film called ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’. The film is set in the ’50s; Ford and LaBoeuf star alongside Cate Blanchett playing a fearsome but hot Russian agent.
The film has strived to keep the same aesthetic as previous Indiana Jones films, director Steven Spielberg told Vanity Fair: "We went right back to the
blazing Technicolor style of the first three installments. … I didn’t
want to update Indiana Jones to the 1950s beyond hair, makeup, costumes
and cars. I wanted it to look very similar to the first three pictures.
I never wanted to get away from the B-movie, pulp feeling of the entire
cliffhangers era of the ’40s and ’50s, the old Republic serials."
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