An adventurer (Nicolas Cage) must steal the Declaration of Independence and use its hidden map to find a legendary fortune.
Did last summer's blockbuster sequel National Treasure: Book of Secrets leave you hungry for more of Nicolas Cage's globetrotting archeological antics? You might have to wait a while for another helping. Said National Treasure director Jon Turteltaub in a recent interview with Cinemablend.com: “I'm guessing that we're a few years away. By the time we come up with a decent idea and develop it into a complicated and intelligent puzzle it's going to be at least 2009. Then to prep it and cast it... it should be three years away.” Those remarkably complex, multi-layered plots don't write themselves, you know. In the interim, those looking for some alternative history can tide themselves over on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Angels & Demons or any of Oliver Stone's upcoming flicks.
Source: Cinemablend via JoBlo.com
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