‘Indiana Jones 5’ Is Definitely Happening According To Disney CEO | Film News
Indiana Jones will get another crack of his famous whip in a brand new film, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger. Disney acquired Lucasfilm and is now hoping to emulate the success that Star Wars: The Force Awakens has achieved by re-awakening the Indiana Jones franchise.
We last saw Harrison Ford star as Indy in 2008, entering the Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull. The 73-year old star has just given us a seamless return as Hans Solo, but will he be willing to don that famous hat and leather jacket one more time to play the fearless archaeologist again? There have been persistent rumours that Jurassic World’s Chris Pratt will be taking over the role; but produced Frank Marshall says that only one man can play Indiana Jones, and that man is Harrison Ford.
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