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21 March 2008  |  Written by Olly Richards  |  Source: Indianajones.com

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The official Indiana Jones website has released a new featurette on Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which you can watch here. This particular one features Shia LaBeouf indulging in some sword training, getting all discombobulated on meeting Harrison Ford and playing around with a knife. But remember, kids, knives are not toys. Water pistols are. Water pistols and people's emotions. Play with those.

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So cool. It's pretty impressive that he has gained that level of skill without a coach. More

Posted by Kat113 at 10:54 on 22 March 2008 | Report This Post

Wow, someone's sour about the fact they won't look as good as Harrison Ford at 65. And I think Shia is gonna make a great sidekick, and it was nice to see the blood on him in the video, it shows they're bringing a bit of realism. More

Posted by doctorolorinbats1975 at 22:14 on 21 March 2008 | Report This Post

TOO OLD!
Miserable old Harrison is too old to play the part - he looks stupid. Why does Hollywood ruin a good franchise by milking it for all it's worth? Every single time - looks like it's gonna suck. More

Posted by princemadonna at 17:58 on 21 March 2008 | Report This Post

Guns for show, Knives for a pro More

Posted by colindean2000 at 17:09 on 21 March 2008 | Report This Post

I AM NOW STARTING TO GET VERY EXCITED ABOUT THIS MOVIE ITS GOING TO ROCK, ROLL ON 22 MAY.THIS FILM IS GOING TO PISS ON PHANTOM MENACE. ITS GOT THE SAME EXCITEMENT LEVEL BUT THIS WILL ACTUALLY BE A GOOD FILM. More

Posted by theonering at 12:50 on 21 March 2008 | Report This Post

Knives and that
Too cool. I know knives are bad but they look cool. This film is looking better every time something new is released. This could be the best year for film ever! In no particular order of preference... Ironman Indy IV Hellboy 2 The Dark Knight Hulk Tropic Thunder Quantum of Solace Wanted Harry Potter 6 Elizabeth 3.0: Queen Harder More

Posted by kinge247 at 10:33 on 21 March 2008 | Report This Post

Go Shia. Motorbikes, swords, knifes, whips...he's living the dream More

Posted by Timon at 10:19 on 21 March 2008 | Report This Post


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