Seemingly putting an end to persistent rumors, the filmmaker says “There is only going to be one actor playing Indiana Jones, and that’s Harrison Ford.”
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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.
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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.
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