As for what the contents of page 47 reveal—which viewers remain in the dark about more than a decade later—Justin is one of the very few who have been privy to the intel.
“Oh, I know it all but I can’t tell you,” he teased. “You will have to write your local Disney representative and get the movie made to find out.”
Quick, somebody find a pen and paper!
But as Justin notes, the hope for a third National Treasure film isn’t a pipe dream, either.
“There is a script. That’s all I’ll say,” Justin explained. “There have been a few different scripts, actually, but the one thing that has to happen is for all the stars to align.”
A major part of that alignment, he said, is director Jon Turteltaub, who helmed the 2004 film and its follow up.
“He is very smart and funny, and has a buoyancy to him that mirrors the tone of the movies,” Justin continued. “I think he has to feel really comfortable and feel like he can see the movie before it happens—and it is getting closer to that.”