The Chicago Syndicate: A Mafia Offer to Sean Connery?

Thursday, August 31, 2006

A Mafia Offer to Sean Connery?

Sir Sean Connery will only star in the new 'Indiana Jones' movie if he is offered so much money he couldn't refuse.

The legendary actor, who recently turned 76, has been in talks with director Steven Spielberg and producer George Lucas about reprising his role as Indiana's father, Professor Henry Jones, in the fourth movie.

Despite being interested in the role, Connery insists he will only accept the part if the money is right. He said: "It would have to be an offer I couldn't refuse, but maybe I'm too expensive."

Connery previously claimed he unofficially retired from acting because of the "idiots" running Hollywood. He said at the time: "I'm fed up with the idiots, the ever-widening gap between people who know how to make movies, and those who green light them. "They are not all idiots - I'm just saying there are a lot of them.

"It would almost need a Mafia-like offer to convince me to make another movie."

Thanks to Bang Media

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