To be fair, there is actually no ‘fanboy rage’ yet, but be sure that it is coming folks. In an interview with BBC News, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen star Shia LaBeouf made claims that director Steven Spielberg is already hard at work on a follow-up to Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

“Steven [Spielberg] just said that he cracked the story on it before I left and I think they’re gearing that up.”

While I would urge you not to put too much stock into what Shia thinks is happening with the Indiana Jones franchise, it also does raise some cause for concern. Somewhere in Hollywood people are talking seriously about another sequel. So seriously that it has the franchise’s young, promising star all jazzed about it. So jazzed that he’s talking openly about it during a time when it seems as if everyone else is occupied with other things. Spielberg is off making a pair of Tintin films with Peter Jackson, Harrison Ford is off enjoying being Harrison Ford (or so we hope) and Shia is currently riding high on the Transformers train, which has him heading toward a sequel of Oliver Stone’s Wall Street.

On the topic of Wall Street, LaBeouf also mentioned that the Oliver Stone directed sequel will be titled Money Never Sleeps.

[via Coming Soon]

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