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Also from Vanity Fair, the theory that the new Indy film may be the first in a planned new trilogy, starring Shia LaBeouf. From the article by Jim Windolf:
If Harrison Ford really does hand over his bullwhip to LaBeouf at the end of the upcoming movie, would that be a smart business move? Is LaBeouf big enough to carry the series beyond “Indy IV”? Older moviegoers may look at him and see an unformed kid, but Hollywood sees a star on the rise who is already incredibly bankable. The 2007 thriller Disturbia, which starred LaBeouf and was directed by D. J. Caruso for a mere $20 million under the auspices of Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio, has grossed $117 million in worldwide box office without the benefit of stellar reviews. Spielberg also made LaBeouf the main human presence in Michael Bay’s Transformers, a summer blockbuster executive-produced by Spielberg that has brought in more than $700 million in worldwide box office. Next up for LaBeouf is Eagle Eye, a thriller based on a story by Spielberg, who had planned to direct it before turning it over to Caruso. All of this points to the fact that the veteran director is more than comfortable in allying himself with the young star.
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