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Shia sucks, Ford's too old, and the villains are unscarry
I'll start right off by saying, and I think I speak for the majority here (keyword: majority), please do not under any circumstances cast Shia LaBeouf. This is becoming irritable to watch; such a third rate actor being cast in first rate roles.. and it has been discussed over and over again. Please, if anyone can relay this who may be, by the string of everyone's luck, a friend of George Lucas... to hint a tiny bit at the casting, and to remind him never to submerge Indy into a painful science-fiction film with cameos from The Fourth Kind, flying refrigerators, and Tarzan's friends; all can be great for Indy's future.
I have one of the best suggestions for casting someone to keep the legend going. Anyone, and I mean anyone, who is a true Indiana Jones fan owes it to themselves to look up Anthony Ingruber (link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bba_wPdLxp4). If you are a true fan, you really need to watch this quick clip and you will know who can continue as the real, true son of Ford's character.
If you saw the link, I think the question has been answered. This kid looks more like Ford than River Phoenix, not to mention LaBeouf who is as believable playing Indy's son as Jaden Smith would be (Will Smith's son). Let's be real and stop allowing this travesty being committed to one of America's greatest film heroes and archaeologist. We need to cast Anthony Ingruber alongside Ford, and the greatest part is Ford does not have to be part of the entire film since Mr. Ingruber would make any true fan believe we are witnessing a younger Ford. This is how much the kid looks like Ford. It's uncanny.
We all know Indiana Jones 4 is one of the greatest smears on the trilogy, and thanks to LaBeouf, swinging monkeys, flying fridge's and the UFO's, we can thank George for really creating the cheapest continuation anyone could only fathom in a nightmare (with his kind of money, talent, and cast... and this is what we got??) Well, I think I said enough. I'd like to know what everyone thinks of my choice for Indy's son.