REVIEW: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

The magic is still there, only you have to work a little harder to make yourself believe this time.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the fourth chapter in the saga of the whip-wielding archaeologist-adventurer, is full of thrills, spills, chills and plenty of amusingly lame jokes. While the flick is easy to like, it never quite knocks you silly with delight the way 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark did.

Milo Ventimiglia Is a 'Huge Indiana Jones Fan'

Television may have been the theme, but film was the king at the British Academy TV awards at London’s Palladium Sunday.

In fact, all Heroes star Milo Ventimiglia wanted to talk about ws the upcoming Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. “I am a huge Indiana Jones fan,” Ventimiglia told PEOPLE. “May 22, I will be there.”

Alan Dale, the OC’s Caleb, who has a small part in the Indiana film, was rather secretive as to what we should expect, adding even more to its mystique.

Report: Indiana Jones to Bow at Cannes Film Festival

Harrison Ford had better send his tux from the Oscars to the cleaners. The star of the upcoming Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull – the first Indy adventure in 19 years – is going to the Cannes Film Festival.

Suspect Arrested in Indiana Jones Theft

The Los Angeles County sherriff’s department has arrested a man for selling stolen goods from Steven Spielberg’s production office.

On Tuesday, officers – disguised as buyers interested in the Indiana Jones items – arrested the man on suspicion of receiving stolen property according to Hollywood Reporter. The items – including computers, photographs, and various documents – were advertised for sale through e-mails sent to entertainment Web sites.

NEWS BRIEFS: Grammy Ratings Jump

BOOSTED: For all the outcry over Janet Jackson’s flashed flesh at the Super Bowl, people aren’t turning off their televisions. The 46th annual Grammy Awards, which for the first time in history was broadcast using a tape delay, proved to be the most-watched Grammy telecast since 2001 and was up 6 percent from last year’s awards, reports Reuters. More than 26 million viewers tuned in for the CBS telecast from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.