HOT BLAST: So, three Hollywood giants are sitting around ...
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This isn't worth much of an editorial comment, but it's darn fascinating.

The New Yorker reports on a transcript recorded in 1978 that features filmmakers George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Lawrence Kasdan. The subject is ideas for a film that would become 1981's "Raiders of the Lost Ark."

Our favorite part: When Lucas suggests a name for the lead character. "Indiana Smith," said the director famous for his "Star Wars" movies. Of course, the character is better known as Indiana Jones.

-- Bob Davis
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