Lucas Wants Connery Back for "Indy 4"

by | June 12, 2006 | Comments

While attending a gala event in honor of legendary actor Sean Connery, filmmaker George Lucas told Access Hollywood that he’s intent on getting the sly Scotsman to reprise his Henry Jones role for "Indiana Jones 4." No word yet on how interested Connery is, although Lucas seems to think he’s game.

From Access Hollywood: "Despite reports that Connery is retired, Lucas told (Access Hollywood), "I would love him to be in the next ‘Indiana Jones’…maybe I can push him into it."

When asked if he knew whether or not Connery wanted to appear in the film, Lucas said, "I think he does." Lucas jokingly added, "We are writing him in whether he wants to do it or not."

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