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Lucas will do Indy 5 with Harrison Ford.

Lucas gives a new interview:

http://www.time.com/time/arts/artic...1830435,00.html

Lucas REJECTS the idea of passing the torch to the character of Mutt Williams play by Shia Lebouf. However, Shia could be use for a future project such as The Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones.

HOWEVER, as Lucas says he wants Harrison Ford to remain Indiana Jones.

"He is Indiana Jones," Lucas said of Ford. "If Indiana Jones wasn't in it, you'd have to call it Mutt Williams and the search for Elvis. ... "Yeah, it's Mutt Williams and the search for Elvis."

My solution to this chaos.

Make a Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones movie without Shea.

Come on guys! You gotta love Lucas. stick out tongue


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Thank **** for that.
He hasn't lost ALL his marbles, then. stick out tongue

In the new young Indy stars Mutt, then why not just call the series:
"Young idiot: The chronicles of a clueless f***wit"...?

Sounds like a seller to me.


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But what would it be about? Mutt's just a greaser... would it be something like American Graffiti - the TV series?


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Heh....Wouldn't put it past 'em.

Theres only one Fonzerelli and Mutt needs to be murdered brutally by the Aliens via chestburster in the next one to instigate some decent pissed off-Indy/Weaver inspired flamethrower action. stick out tongue

Actually. Forget the Aliens even, I'd settle for him slipping in the shower or on a banana peel... (perhaps left by the Nazi Monkey from raiders.)

Maybe he could be killed off screen like the guy in 'No Country for old men'... Thusly negating the neccesity for Shia Lebeof to be on screen AT ALL.


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Good point. He's off screen now... so he could die now.


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Haha, I love the guy though. He seems like he really knows how to talk shit. If nothing else he could at least be a real smartass side kick.


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Shia's okay in my book.


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just keep the book closed wink


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lolz Seriously though he is just fast with delivering obnoxious teen dialogue. A capable actor maybe just typecast for playing whiney obnoxious parts.

Plus his taking the cash and aiding and abetting the battering of whatever previously great series of yesteryear they are choosing to defile that particular week hasn't impressed me.

Perhaps he just needs a new agent before all he can get is the lead in "Shia Lebeouf and the supermarket-opening of doom". stick out tongue


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That's harsh. I was pleasantly surprised how he almost single handedly saved Transformers from being a total Bay-disaster.


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Agreed, I thought he was excellent in Transformers which had a good emotional sucker punch in it I might add but wont bother to explain.


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Hehehe. Shia's okay. We'll see a lot more from him I'm sure.


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That's harsh. I was pleasantly surprised how he almost single handedly saved Transformers from being a total Bay-disaster.


OK so that makes him a one trick pony..
And if his acting was up to spec, then why the constant unremmitting "Whooooohhhs!" "Whaaaaaaaas" and "wheherrrrrs"
(The 'Im worried that my acting otherwise cannot convey panic so best to make lots of "See???!?!!! Im acting scared nowwwwww" compensatory noises till the audience buys it' technique.)

And whether or not it was enough to save that movie from disaster, I suspect, will forever be a point of contention.

Remember you can have a great movie idea work even with shitty acting, ('Clerks' immediately springs to mind) but the flip side of the coin is that even the greatest actor in the world couldn't save a shitty movie.

Evidence submitted:

The talented cast on "Kindgom of the crystal skull".
Waterworld had Costner, Hopper et all.
Phantom Menace: Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Brian Blessed, Ian McDiarmid...all quality actors.
Howard the duck.
The starwars holiday special. Both with awesome actors.
Star Trek V was not a movie lacking acting talent on its credits.
Even the acting brilliance that is John C. McGinley wasn't able to save 'Wild Hogs' from Travolta stained oblivion.

Even if LeBeouf's repetoire would expand on screen to his apparent popularity's deserved capacity (IE that he is like second coming of Marlon Brando, the way his fans go on), TFs would still be the same shitty movie. Peter Cullen couldnt save it, LeBeouf never stood a chance.
And John Turtorro has more chops than him.
No one saved that movie from Bay disaster.

Only refusing to hire Bay as anything other than the office tea boy will save any project involving he.

But I digress....


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Hehehe. Shia's okay. We'll see a lot more from him I'm sure.


Oh yes. yes

The money men'll see to it.

....Whether he fits the movie or not.... sad


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I liked Waterworld. Mad Max on the water. Scratch the mushy ending.. it rocked.


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Thats the problem. I loved Mad Max.
(Mad Max, as you rightly note had the balls to be brutal all the way.
Waterworld didnt. Felt jerked around for two and a half hours with that. Loads of potential though.)

How many people love "Battle beyond the stars" over "Empire Strikes back"...?


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Bweeerk.


Apart from the mushy ending, Waterworld was as crude as Mad Max. Especially the scene where he dumps the kid overboard.


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Now if that movie was Mad Max, the kid would have drowned, triggering a vengance romp of epic proportions.

But nope, not in this nice safe clone where all is well for kiddys. (It feeling totally like a kids film for like 70% of the flick by comparison with the saga of the road warrior.)

In WW the kid gets her hair wet.
In MM she probably would have lost her head entirely...


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I guess you never saw MM beyond Thunderdome. Mushy on kids there, dude, very mushy.


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I liked WaterWorld.


I appreciate it even more now I have seen Indy 4.


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