We had hoped they'd listen to reason, or at least our incensed blog posts about the CGI monkeys in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. But since that movie made $787 million before its DVD release ($65 million of which went straight to Harrison Ford), there was clearly no avoiding this: Steven Spielberg has allegedly had an idea for how to bring Indiana Jones back for another movie, according to Shia LaBeouf. In a BBC interview, after discussing his craft for a bit, LaBeouf is asked if he'll appear again as Mutt Williams. He will: "Steven just said he 'cracked the story' on it, and I think they're gearing that up." We can only hope Spielberg will adopt a consistent policy on actors who leak his plans for movies and just decide to shoot this script instead.
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