Ending revealed for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull?
Now the warning is up front, this could be a big spoiler for the ending of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, as the release of the Lego figures for the film brings with it a visual and written description of a few scenes at the end of the film.
This could be a reveal of what happens in the final sequences, mirroring the idea behind the first film where the ark was opened.
So the warnings are there. If you want to remain spoiler free for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull then look away now. Otherwise read on Macduff.
Photos have been shown of the Lego figures for the action film, there's nothing overly exciting apart from a cool picture of Indy with a huge gun in one hand and a whip in the other - could it be a flame thrower?
Then there's the revealing picture of the crystal skull, the focus of the entire film, except it's atop a skeleton. Now that is odd because the skull has been on it's own for all of the marketing we've seen, and even that's been leaked early.
Well this photo shows the skill atop a skeleton and the write up from MTV Movies Blog has the following:
"The figure - seemingly an alien skeleton with a crystal skull - apparently relates to the climax of the film - specifically the lost Temple of Akator, which the LEGO description tells us falls into the hands of Cate Blanchett's Irina Spalko."
Now that does sound similar to the ending of the first one. They're chasing the ark all the way through the film, trying not to let it fall into the hands of the enemy, but it does and then it reveals its true power. Is this what's going to happen with the skull?
They'll be chasing it through the film, trying to stop it from falling into the hands of the bad guys, but they get it anyway and then manage to do something with it that makes the alien skeleton appear around it and it comes to life? Perhaps it's these creatures that then defeat the bad guys leaving Indy and his group to go free?
Okay, that's pushing it a little, but the fact that we've seen the skull on its own up until now and Lego are releasing it with a movable skeleton does suggest that the skull will be joined up with a skeleton at some point. You can see the Lego pictures over at MTV Movies Blog.
What do you think?