Disney announces fifth film | Fox News
Will Ford be alive in 2019?
Disney announced its plans to release the fifth "Indiana Jones" movie starring Harrison Ford on July 19, 2019.
Steven Spielberg will return as the film's director.
"Indiana Jones is one of the greatest heroes in cinematic history, and we can't wait to bring him back to the screen in 2019," Disney chairman Alan Horn said in a statement. "It's rare to have such a perfect combination of director, producers, actor and role, and we couldn't be more excited to embark on this adventure with Harrison and Steven."
It would be great to see someone like Chris Pratt as a new Indy
Honestly liked the Last film. At least the first half of the movie was classic Indiana Jones. The second half wasn't that great but i find the same problem in most movies these days.
I wouldn't mind a reboot, i just don't see how Harrison Ford can keep making these films.
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Chris Pratt all ready said without saying on Kimmel that he was the next Indy. So expect it.
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Ford should play the Connery role to Pratt's Ford.
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Christ, let this franchise retire. PC Hollywood can never reproduce a true Indy reboot
I was on the fence with Crystal Skull. But the kid was really just awful in that one. If Chris Pratt is taking over for Shia Lebouf then this might be all right. They haven't done one with Japan/China or Australia/NZ yet. Lots of fun possibilities. Set in the 60s or 70s.
Harrison Ford will never be replaced as Indiana Jones, confirms Steven Spielberg | The Independent
Yeah, I'm sure everybody will be rushing to see Grandpa Ford dodging massive boulders in his wheelchair whilst on the other hand; rebooting the franchise with Chris Pratt as Indy coupled with a competent director and script will be like printing money.Sorry Chris Pratt, but it appears there really is only one Indiana Jones.
Director Steven Spielberg has dismissed rumours that Harrison Ford will be replaced in the role in future reboots of the $2 billion franchise, insisting that no one could fill his boots.
Look, Ford was great as Indiana Jones 1 and 2 but you know what else was great during that time? Floppy disks. Some things just need refreshing or replacing after 3 fucking decades no matter how good they once were.
That will at most apply as long as 69 year old Spielberg is still around.
Personally Hollywood is in full steam with the "hurr durr inclusion" shtick, I expect some minority chick as the next one.
I really can't see anyone other than Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones.
I think Chris Pratt would be great. He's kind of a space Indy in GotG.
I'm perfectly ok with them saying no one but Ford could ever fill Indy's shoes, as long as they are ok with letting the franchise die with dignity. Don't want Chris Pratt to play the next Indy? Let the series be done and come up with something new instead of trying to squeeze every last drop of profit out of the IP until you ruin it.
I hate Disney.
So all the hints at the end of indy that shia laböff would take his place has been thrown out the window. Good, but why are we keeping old harrison doing these flicks? Honestly, just get a young guy and carry on the story instead of a retiree
Are we sure he's not just being cutesy with the wording when he says there will only ever be one Indy? Of course there is only one Indy, but maybe Pratt still takes the mantle from him, just not the name? Like, there will never be another Indiana Jones movie after this one, but look out for the Montana Jones trilogy!!
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I'm guessing they do a crossover a movie that will end "Indiana Jones" and start a new series. New series will have a new name and Pratt will take over as protagonist, but the new series will be in the same vein, in the same timeline, and in the same IP "universe." That's what I'd do anyway /shrug
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