A giganormous set is being built on the premises that can be viewed by those who take the studio tram tour. Insiders claim that it is for the coming fourth instalment of the Indy movie series.
There's supposed to be some sort of Aztecish construct erected in soundstage 12.
Word has it that Harrison Ford has been adhering to a steady diet of exercise in order to slim down and "beefcake- up" for the long awaited feature. Costar Shia LaBeouf has also been busy at the gym "hunking-up". Steven Spielberg refers to the project as "the sweet dessert I give those who had to chow down on the bitter herbs that I've used in Munich!" After all that body building, I hope that Spielberg doesn't try to fatten Ford and Shia up on too much of that sweet dessert.
Along with Ford, the main cast will include leading lady Cate Blanchett, sidekicks Ray Winstone and Shia LaBeouf, and John Hurt. Contrary to rumor, OO7 Sean Connery will not return as Henry Jones, Sr. So much for Never say Never Again. John Rhys-Davies (Saliah) was axed. The script was written as a colaborative work between George Lucas, Spielberg and Dacid Koepp
Not meaning to change the subject, but wouldn't it rule if, after the film's release, Disney could work things out in order to use Harrison's actual likeness in Disneyland's Indiana Jones Adventure. The nondescript dummy toward the end of the ride (and it's voice) just doesn't do it for me.