What I'm more curious about is what kind of creepy crawlies are gonna be in this one -- Raiders of the Lost Ark had a tomb full of snakes, Temple of Doom had a tomb full of bugs, and Last Crusade had a tomb full of rats! A trend is evident.
Oh, the possibilities!
A tomb full of vultures, all eyeing Harrison Ford expectantly.
I'll get you my pretty, and your little hermit crab too!
You've got to give credit to Spielberg and Lucas for ensuring that the message isn't lost in translation.
The title is redolent of The Temple of Doom, which would worry me but for the screenwriters responsible for the second film having nothing to do with this production.
I think the title is more reminiscent to Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, which is, of course, the title of Raiders as of now.
I'm worried that since Indy 4 is an even-numbered film in the series, it will end up being mediocre like the last even-numbered Indy film (Temple of Doom) -- sort of like the odd-numbered Star Trek conspiracy.
Though actually the Star Trek conspiracy was disbanded with Star Trek: Nemesis. Personally, I think the mediocre Trek movies were the ones that had no Industrial Light and Magic involvement -- Star Trek: The Motion Picture,Star Trek V: The Final Frontier,Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Nemesis.
Star Trek XI, however, does have ILM involvement and so may be one of the good ones if you follow my conspiracy.