Indiana Jones 4: The most recent issue of Entertainment Weekly has screenwriter Frank Darabont and executive producer Frank Marshall talking about the next Indiana Jones adventure:

"I'm the world's biggest Indiana Jones fan," says Darabont, who wrote for ABC's The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (and adapted and directed Stephen King's The Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption). "I'll trip all over myself to work for Spielberg." RELATED: Indiana Jones 5 Set Photos Reveal Harrison Ford Back On Set with Mads Mikkelsen

"Frank understands who the characters are," says Marshall about the writer. Shooting stars in mid-2004 for a 2005 release. Don't assume that Ford, 61, who hasn't cracked a whip since 1989's "The Last Crusade," needs to team up with a young buck for the next adventure. "We're sticking with Indy on his own," Marshall adds. "He still gets around pretty good."

Thanks to CS! for the heads up!