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Indiana Jones Takes Vanity Fair

Indiana Jones Takes Vanity Fair

Indiana Jones stars Harrison Ford and Shia LaBeouf take the February 2008 cover of Vanity Fair as photographed by none other than Annie Leibovitz.

Pictured below: Shia LaBeouf and Karen Allen on set in Downey, California. Allen returns as Marion Ravenwood, Indy’s spunky girlfriend from the first film, while Shia joins in—or so rumor has it—as Indy and Marion’s love child. Set in 1957, the new film pits Indy against Russian Cold Warriors, including Cate Blanchett, whose character, Agent Spalko, looks like the toughest Soviet customer since Lotte Lenya’s Rosa Klebb took on Sean Connery in From Russia with Love.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull hits theaters worldwide on May 22nd.

To read the full Indiana Jones article (it’s really really long), visit VanityFair.com.

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yum i love shia. hes great! and this is the second time hes been on the cover of vanity fair in like the past 5 months or less

Can’t wait to see this!

cant wait to see this and shia looks soooo cute as always

shia looks sooo cute as always

#24 i think ANY parent who doesn’t have to work man or woman, but still chooses to stay away from there kids for the hours and days these people have to work are less then stellar parents. it’s not like it’s a regular 8hr work day. my friend works in production and it very rarely is around 8hrs.. more like 10-12+
but if seeing your children a few times a week is your idea of parenting then fine.. that is your opinion.
i myself don’t *need* to work, however i fill my spare time partly with volunteer work. it seems a shame to not do something productive. nothing productive or helpful about dressing up and playing pretend for a living.. it’s basically a glorified court jester. when i do have children i plan on making them my first priority and giving them the time the need to develop properly.

Shia looks thoroughly effable in that picture. What a great way to start the new year.

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