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That's why we never see Sean Connery again

There was a moment when Sean Connery was ready to resume his role as Indiana Jones' father, Dr. Henry Jones, to repeat Indiana Jones and the last crusade for installation 2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The film's director, Steven Spielberg, called Connery and tried to pull him out of retirement, but after much deliberation, Connery loudly denied the role The Hollywood ReporterThermal image.

“I spoke to Spielberg but it didn't work,” Connery said in 2007. “It wasn't such a generous part that was worth getting back into the harness and trying. And they'd put the story on a different line anyway. ”Well, Indy's father really didn't matter that much. I had suggested they kill him in the movie, it would have been better taken care of. "

He also added in an official announcement received from Slash movie that "retiring is just too much fun," which is pretty hard to deny. And in case no one believed Connery, his good friend and actor, Sir Michael Caine, confirmed the same feeling. He said Connery would never act again because "he didn't want to play small roles about old men and [the movie business wasn't] has all of the young parts in romantic lead roles for him," per The telegraph.Ouch.