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'Indiana Jones 4' Trailer Comes Out on Valentine's Day

January 19, 2008 (6:30 am) GMT
Reportedly, Paramount Pictures will make Valentine's Day the day of the trailer release of Harrison Ford-starring film as it is said that on the day, Entertainment Tonight will air it first.
'Indiana Jones 4' Trailer Comes Out on Valentine's Day

The trailer of "" will have its first appearance on Valentine's Day. According to CHUD.com, the video footage of the much expected action film will first be broadcast by Entertainment Tonight on February 14.

On the same day, the trailer will be launched in theaters as well. Following the television and theatrical releases, it is said that it will hit the web the next day, February 15. Initially, its writer, George Lucas, wanted to reveal the film's title in the trailer, but its actor has outed the info at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards on September 9, 2007.

Starring Harrison Ford and LaBeouf, the Steven Spielberg directed-film will be the fourth installment of the Indiana Jones' series following the 1989's "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade". Aside from Ford and LaBeouf, the movie cast also include , Karen Allen, and . The film will be released in nearly four thousand theaters in the United States and will be dubbed into 25 languages for its worldwide release. So far, though there are many leaked details information hit the net, not much about the film's details can be confirmed aside from the fact that it is set in 1957.

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