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"Indiana Jones 4" scribe talks villains

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Frank Darabont, the screenwriter of "Indiana Jones 4", says to expect some different villains from those in previous installments, which were set in the 1930s. "Those pesky Nazis seem to have departed, which is a shame, because I like those pesky Nazis, because you can just squash them all over the place," Darabont told Sci Fi Wire. Steven Spielberg is reportedly happy with how the script is looking. "The reaction has been quite good," he said. "Right now, every day is like one foot in front of the other," he said. "It’s ‘How do I solve this next scene? How do I get this next three pages in its best form?’"

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