Maverick movie-maker George Lucas has vowed the latest INDIANA JONES movie will favour dialogue over stunts. The Star Wars director is refusing to let impressive action sequences dominate the fourth installment in the HARRISON FORD-starring film franchise about an intrepid archaeologist, because he is tired of seeing big-budget special effects movies like MISSION: Impossible III fail to set the box office alight. Instead, Lucas believes a carefully crafted script is the key to cinema success. He tells MTV, "I think Tom Cruise proved that people are getting bored with that kind of stuff. "What they want to see is something different. And Indiana Jones, if nothing else, is always different. "I think it'll be a great film, but it's completely different. It's still got a lot of action, and it's still very funny. I think it works like crazy."