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.
This week we get to the bottom of one of the most prolific “Star Wars” legends: whether Harrison Ford first met George Lucas while doing carpentry work for him.
The “Jurassic World” star chats with SPINOFF about his love of the franchise, wrangling raptors, doing a lot of his own stunts, and who would win in a fight between Star-Lord and Captain America.
The “Jurassic World” star insists most of those casting rumors are just that — rumors.
Kathleen Kennedy says a fifth “Indiana Jones” movie eventually will be made, but work hasn’t even begun on a script.
Cautioning that, “It’s all nothing until it’s something, and so far it’s not something,,” the “Guardians of the Galaxy” star concedes it would be “cool” to don the iconic fedora.
If an Indiana Jones reboot starring Chris Pratt does indeed happen, a new report says Steven Spielberg wants to return as director.
An “informed rumor” suggests Disney has its sights on the Guardians of the Galaxy star to pick up the whip and fedora for a franchise revival.
Indiana Jones franchise producer Frank Marshall calls reboot rumors “ridiculous,” while Frank Darabont says a report of his involvement is false.
According to a new rumor, Disney is prepared to recast the iconic role with a younger actor, with Bradley Cooper mentioned as a possible candidate.
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.