Opening a layer on what "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" is going to be, executive producer George Lucas has confirmed to USA Today that the upcoming picture will be as action-packed as expected despite the fact that star Harrison Ford is in his sixties now.
Seems pretty confident that Ford won't have any trouble keeping up, the man pointed out that the actor will "play his age in this movie with what's appropriate", hinting that it all lies in how the action is executed.
"The chases are more suspenseful than speedy," he revealed. "Like the rolling ball in the first film - it's not that he's running that fast, it's that there's a giant ball coming at him. And he will get beat up, which is a tradition for us."
Though insists to keep his mouth tightly shut about the title of the flick until the first trailer comes up around Thanksgiving, the famed filmmaker did admit that he is still trying to get Sean Connery joined the cast while also giving comment on the casting of Cate Blanchett, who surprisingly turns out to be Steven Spielberg's choice rather than his.
"That's who my director wanted, and I always bow to the wishes of my director," so he said. "I approved it because she seemed like a good idea."