No, there’s not another movie in the offing. Yet.
What there is: Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology, a new exhibit on Jones and some other, well, realer archaeologists, opening Thursday at the National Geographic Museum. (See the slideshow.)
And now, a quick statistical abstract of what you’ll see on your two-hour journey.
1: Indiana Jones wax figures on loan from Madame Tussauds.
7: Months it’ll be here, along with the rest of the exhibit.
1:28: Length of the welcome message recorded by Harrison Ford on the tablet they give you to help guide you along.
2: Bullwhips, including the one used by River Phoenix in The Last Crusade.
12: Shot glasses from the drinking-contest scene at Marion Ravenwood’s bar.
3': Approximate length of the Ark (well, the prop, anyway).
6'2": Approximate height of Indiana Jones, based on the costumed mannequins on display.
4': Approximate height of Short Round, based on his mannequin.
$28-$62: Cost of the Indy-inspired hats in the gift shop.
2: Entire rooms devoted to Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
At least 1: Rooms too many devoted to Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.