Edmond 'Indiana Jones' extra settles suit 

It took forever for that currently filming fourth "Indiana Jones" movie to get off the ground, so one can understand why producer George Lucas and director Steven Spielberg were peeved at Edmond native Tyler Nelson.

 

At one point an extra in the film (CFN thinks that's since gone the way of Greedo shooting second), Nelson was accused of breaching his confidentiality agreement by spilling the beans in the form of juicy plot details to The Edmond Sun.

 

A lawsuit was filed against Nelson in California's Superior Court, but The Associated Press reported last week that the matter has been settled. However, terms were of the ever-popular "not disclosed" variety. (C'mon, Nelson, tell. Rules didn't stop you the first time.)

 

Given all the secrecy, we only can imagine what those terms were. Perhaps Nelson has to go mano a mano with star Harrison Ford while they dodge the twirling propellers of a spinning plane. Or maybe the young man will be forced to consume a meal of foreign delicacies, including a serving of monkey brains. Either way, he's become more infamous than Jar Jar among Lucas' base of fanboys.

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