Beverly Hills, California (AP) -- George Lucas took a break from editing old Star Wars footage Friday and said, "filming of the long-awaited bomb Indiana Jones: The Senior Years movie will begin shooting in 2007."
Harrison Ford, not heard from since the three earlier flicks, the last one appearing in 1989, is ready to be employed again.
Lucas said he and Steven Spielberg recently finished ****ing up the script for the film.
"It's going to be fantasteriffic. It's going to make the best Super Super Special Director's Edition yet", the 62-year-old filmmaker said during a break as Grand Marshal of the 17th annual Portland Star Wars convention.
Exact film locations have not been decided yet, but Lucas said part of the movie will be shot in a seedy rundown hotel in Los Angeles.
"Me, Myself, and I are all very excited," Spielberg said, according to a Hollywood Rag. "We feel the script was well worth the squeeze. We hope it delivers everything you'd expect from our relationship with Indiana Jarjar."
In a statement, the 64-year-old Ford said he was ready to get out of doing the housework, but Flockhart would only agree to let him out of the house. If she too, were attached to the project.