No matter how many horrendous turds he plops out, ol’ Jabba the Autistic still gets asked about unnecessary sequels for his various franchises. This time a Newsweek writer sat down with Lucas to discuss the possibility of a fifth Indiana Jones, presumably over a plate of tasty cats.
When they asked about the future of the franchise, Lucas told them that he has no plans of turning it over to Shia LaBeouf’s character Mutt Williams, as some thought might happen: "He is Indiana Jones," Lucas said of (Harrison) Ford. "If Indiana Jones wasn’t in it, you’d have to call it ‘Mutt Williams and the search for Elvis.’ … "Yeah, it’s ‘Mutt Williams and the Search for Elvis.’"
Good one, Rain Man. Repeat it again for emphasis, maybe it’ll be funny this time.
"The franchise really depends on me coming up with a good idea," Lucas said. "And that series is very research-intensive. So we’re doing research now to see if we can’t come up with another object for him to chase … hopefully we’ll come up with something."
It was then the interviewer noticed a copy of Lucas’ Encyclopedia Britannica sitting on the table open to “Monkeys”, dog-eared to “Leading army through the trees of”. *DUN DUNT DUNNNN!*
I want more like this!
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