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Harrison Ford and George LucasHaving battled Nazis, Russians and borderline racist depictions of tribal Indians it seems that the greatest threat to Indiana Jones is a bearded man in a plaid shirt. That's right, after making Crystal Skull resemble a bad CGI rip off of Raiders, George Lucas is apparently at it again.

Harrison Ford recently spoke to MTV about a possible fifth Indy film, telling them: "George is working on an idea, and if it comes to a fruitful stage, all of us are very interested in making another."

Find out more after the jump... Harrison Ford and George LucasHaving battled Nazis, Russians and borderline racist depictions of tribal Indians it seems that the greatest threat to Indiana Jones is a bearded man in a plaid shirt. That's right, after making Crystal Skull resemble a bad CGI rip off of Raiders, George Lucas is apparently at it again.

Harrison Ford recently spoke to MTV about a possible fifth Indy film, telling them: "George is working on an idea, and if it comes to a fruitful stage, all of us are very interested in making another."

And what kind of crazy shenanigans does Lucas have up his sleeve this time? "I think it would be interesting to deepen the relationship between he and his son [Mutt, played by Shia LaBeouf] and play on that relationship. It's full of opportunity."

Except it's not though really, is it? Although LaBeouf managed to survive Crystal Skull with his dignity intact it's safe to say adding a surly faux Marlon Brando whiney teenager didn't give the series the kick start they were hoping for. Given that they had a different love interest in each of the originals could we see something similar here? How about a new long lost offspring each time? Set the next one in the sixties and have Ellen Page as his wise cracking pregnant hippy daughter or Zac Efron as a hitherto undiscovered brother for Mutt who just wants to dance! Given that Ford described whatever Lucas is coming up with as "outrageous" we can but cross our fingers and hope for a writer's strike.