I am not excited about Shia LeBeouf, but that title sounds cool!!

Exclusive: Shia LeBeouf Talks Indy IV!
Phew, itís all kicking off over at Indy IV Towers, isnít it? First of all came todayís news that Cate Blanchett has signed on to play an as-yet undisclosed role opposite Harrison Ford in the fourth Indy movie.
Then an email from an anonymous source dropped into Empire Magazineís inbox this morning, which speculates that Messrs. Lucas and Spielberg may have finally settled on a title: it’s all very unofficial at this point, but the current thinking is that the movie may wind up as Indiana Jones And The City Of Gods.
And, last but not least, our man at ShoWest, the big old exhibitor, erm, exhibition in Las Vegas, has reported back with an exclusive quote or two from Shia LeBeouf on his rumoured involvement in Indy IV/City Of Gods/Whatever Itís Called.
Now, if youíve been keeping up to date, youíll know that LeBeouf, who will soon be seen in the forthcoming Transformers, has been linked with the role of Indiana Jonesí son (would that make him Henry Jones III?), with some sources claiming that the deal was as good as done and dusted. But according to The Beef, that just ainít so.
ìI was rumoured to be in Superman as Jimmy Olsen, and I put a lot of eggs in that basket and I was really excited about it, so super-stoked,î said the 20 year-old actor. ìThen it fell through. This is that same type of thing for me…î
Ah, but does that mean that thereís some truth in it? After all, for something to possibly fall through, the possibility of it remaining upright must first exist, non?
ìIt is a rumour, one that I might have started,î continued The Beef. ìWho wouldn’t? But at this point I don’t have it and I’d be lying if I said I did. So it’s a rumour, and maybe it’s a rumour that’s helping or hindering me. I don’t know what the role is, I don’t know if there is a role… but it’s one of those things. It’s just another rumour.î
Well, thanks for clearing that up, Shia. As for that rumoured title, it certainly sounds suitably Indiana Jonesy, and right now some of Empireís finest brains are working hard to figure out if itís a) genuine, and b) holds any clues as to the object Indy will be looking for this time around. Weíre pretty sure that there is no connection to Fernando Meirellesí classic, City Of God, though. Let the speculation begin!