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Gold

Gold

Directed by

Stephen Gaghan

Starring

Actor
Character
Edgar Ramirez
Corey Stoll
Toby Kebbell
Bill Camp
Joshua Harto
Timothy Simons
Craig T. Nelson
Macon Blair
Adam LeFevre
Frank Wood
Michael Landes
Bhavesh Patel
Rachael Taylor
Stacy Keach
Bruce Greenwood
Vic Browder
Dylan Kenin
Ben Whitehair
Stafford Douglas
William Sterchi
Jacob Browne
Art Tedesco
Kristen Rakes
Stephen Bogardus
Nicole Brady
Tad Jones
Hank Rogerson
Frank Bond
Casey Messer
John Lawlor
Matthew Page
Joanne Camp
Lora Martinez-Cunningham
Joe Berryman
Ramona King
Russ Dillen
Danny Winn
Bob Jesser
Catherine Haun
Jackamoe Buzzell
Marybeth Massett
John Pirkis
Jessica Cummings
Patrick Duggan
Ed Trucco
Jirayu Tantrakul
Yothin Mapobphun
Nophand Boonyai
Ratiwat Bubpsasawat
Tanapol Chuksrida
Joey Levine
Shad Adair
Lorus Allen
Rick Anglada
Lionel Archuleta
Richard Beal
Sahajak Boonthanakit
Patrick Burns
Kurt Capalbo
Karan Choudhary
Warren M. Christopher
Neil Fleischer
Joe Girard
Alison Grainger
Evan Bryn Graves
William Greely
Sylvie Grontis Hagan
Mohammed Hossain
Darrick Hurst
Bill Jones
Jamie H. Jung
Bobby Knudsen
Steve Larese
Jameson Macmillan
Jose B. Martinez
Gustavo Montes
Justin D. Moore
Phil Oddo
Philip David Pickard
Alexander Daniel Pimentel
Michael Neal Powell
Michael Prather
James Rishe
James Tyler Robinson
Joseph P. Santillanes
Kate Sears
Nora Sommerkamp
Michael E. Stogner
Cheo Tapia
Kevin Wester
Kathie Westgate
John Wojda
Julian Wondolowski
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Year: 2017
UK total gross
  £406.4 Thousand

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£406,399
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Gold
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UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 9

Weeks on box office: 1

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The big question is has James Mangold been hand picked by Spielberg? His directing duties to date are 2019's Ford V. Ferrari (Le Mans '66 in the UK) which was nominated for a number of awards and he was the executive producer on The Greatest Showman.

With this in mind the big question is should be have a new Indiana Jones movie? The last film in the franchise is considered the worst, and without the Spielberg/Lucas/Ford magic can it ever live up to the franchises best moments?

Or maybe its time to hand over to a new director and get some new life in the flagging series, although Harrison Ford will certainly play Indiana Jones despite the fact he is pushing 80.

Time will tell and the release date for the movie is currently set for sometime in mid 2021.

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