Confirming he’d love to don the signature fedora again, the 73-year-old actor also addresses the return of Han Solo: “There’s a lot of the rogue still left in Solo. Some things don’t change.”
The franchise producer has shot down persistent rumors that Disney could replace star Harrison Ford: “We’re not doing the Bond thing.”
Take a deep breath, because the acclaimed filmmaker was only joking. Probably.
Although franchise producer Frank Marshall says there haven’t even been discussions about a “Indiana Jones 5,” a new rumor suggests Disney has a release date in mind.
Disney will face some tough decisions if they move forward with more Indiana Jones. Will the role be recast? Will it focus on a new generation of the Jones family? Let’s explore.
‘We haven’t done anything,’ says Disney executive Alan Horn about the studio’s current progress on a new Indiana Jones film.
George Lucas says he’s still trying to figure out what Indiana Jones and company will be seeking in the planned fifth installment of the action-adventure franchise.
It might not seem like a sure thing based on the franchise-tainting Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, but setting that aside, Ford doesn’t want his whip-wielding character to die, despite recent reports to the contrary.