Harrison Ford can rest easy for Indiana Jones 4 movie


According to a scooper at Female First Steven Spielberg doesn't want Harrison Ford to work out to much for Indiana Jones 4. They want him to keep his aged look so he comes across as a more intelligent character without using much physical strength. This would place the movie in the 1950s. Here is the scoop.

Steven doesn't want a middle-aged guy trying to look young - he wants to bring a new type of hero to the screen.  He's going to be older and wiser and a lot less physical than Indy of old.

The film right now is aiming to start shooting in January 2005, but that is not official. Sixteen rumor-filled years after the third entry in the Indiana Jones saga, the fourth film finds series regulars Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg, and George Lucas returning along with Sean Connery, who was introduced as Henry Jones, Sr. in 1989's Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade. Following the continuing adventures of an aging Indiana Jones in the 1950s, the film finds Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption) assuming screenwriting duties this time around, delivering a script based on an original idea by Lucas. Additionally, Indy's love interests from the first two films, Karen Allen and Kate Capshaw, pop up in cameo roles.

Contributing Source: Female First

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