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Friday, 23 June, 2000, 14:44 GMT 15:44 UK
Spielberg and Ford plan Indy return
Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford are said to be in talks with the director of The Sixth Sense to pen the script for the fourth Indiana Jones adventure.

M Night Shyamalan would write the script next year for a 2002 shoot. It would mark the return of the heroic archaeologist after a 13-year absence.

The Indiana Jones trilogy began in 1981 with Raiders Of The Lost Ark, followed by Temple Of Doom and Last Crusade, grossing over $1bn (625m) worldwide.


Backstreet Boy ties the knot

Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson has tied the knot with long-time girlfriend Kristin Willits in a ceremony performed by his brother Tim, a minister.

Among the 200 friends and family who attended the 17 June ceremony in the singer's Kentucky hometown were all four members of the chart-topping band.

Richardson, 27, met aspiring actress Kristin while working at a theme park.

She was dancer in Beauty and the Beast and he was a Mutant Ninja Turtle.


Drew's drive-in movie

Barrymore will take the lead role in 60s drama Riding In Cars With Boys.

Based on a true story, Barrymore plays a teenage mother who rises to become a bestselling author.

Steve Zahn, who last appeared in indie comedy Happy Texas, will star as her drug addicted husband.

Penny Marshall, who made the hit comedy A League Of Their Own, will direct.


Gifford is no 'Survivor'

Presenter Kathie Lee Gifford came top of a poll which asked viewers of CBS's Survivor which celebrity they would kick off the island first.

Survivor puts men and women on an island for a month, to see who survives the elements and each other. One person is voted off the island each week.

In the survey, audiences were given a fictional list of "survivors" including Rosie O'Donnell and the Friends cast - and asked who they would vote off first Gifford was nominated by 44% of those polled as the first one off the island.

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