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Shia LaBeouf thinks there will be another Indiana Jones film soon

Although Shia LaBeouf suggested that both he and Steven Spielberg really nuked the fridge in their last attempt at reviving Indiana Jones, he certainly never suggested that his disappointment with the entry would preclude him from participating in another one. Because like most people, Shia LaBeouf is not staunchly opposed to money. It is, after all, a treasure more valuable than even knowledge. Even ancient aliens and inherently amusing CGI monkeys know that. And now that we’ve efficiently dispensed with most of the obligatory Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull quips, here is LaBeouf’s opinion (as related to MTV) on when you will see another Indiana Jones movie and how it ties in with his pal Harrison Ford’s workout regimen:

“I talked to Harrison, he said he’s staying in the gym, he said he’s heard no word, but he does know that George [Lucas] is out there looking for a MacGuffin. He said he’s staying in the gym, so it means, you know, it’s not so far off.”

And clearly, Harrison Ford wouldn’t be exercising for the sheer sport of it, as Harrison Ford already gets all of his resistance training calf-wrasslin' and in his weekly underground cage matches. And provided he’s not bulking up for a film in which he rescues his entire family by cradling them all en masse in the warm yet sinewy python grip of his biceps, it looks like Ford could well be on his way to giving it another go—just as soon as Lucas finds this clever MacGuffin that will serve as inspiration for the entire storyline, apparently. He should probably hurry, before the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise uses them all up.

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