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12.15.2014

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Back in March a rumor surfaced a new Indiana Jones movie was in the works, based on an idea pitched by Frank Darabont. Producer Frank Marshall and Darabont later denied the rumor (with Darabont saying it was "an internet rumor with not a shred of truth in it"), but Disney must be at least interested in doing another Indy flick, right?

Disney CEO Bob Iger recently spoke with Variety, and he apparently told the site "We'd love to make another Indiana Jones movie but we're pacing ourselves right now," and are currently a little too busy launching the new Star Wars films. Last year Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn said not to expect a new Indiana Jones movie for 2 to 3 years, so perhaps the plan is to start working on the film sometime in 2016.

But the question is would the new Indiana Jones movie star Harrison Ford, or would it be a reboot with a different actor? Ford has previously said he's still up for a fifth film, but as many have pointed out, it's not like the actor is getting any younger. Which would you rather see: another Indiana Jones movie starring Harrison Ford, or a reboot with a new actor as Indy?

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7:00PM on 12/16/2014
Instead of seeing a reboot with a different actor or bad CGI and continually rehashing the classics I'd rather see a new movie in the vein of Indy...like Uncharted that can become a new franchise. (I'm aware that Disney has nothing to do with the Uncharted movie). That being said if it is going to happen anyways I'd rather just have one last hurrah to give Indy a proper ending rather than running it into the ground.
Instead of seeing a reboot with a different actor or bad CGI and continually rehashing the classics I'd rather see a new movie in the vein of Indy...like Uncharted that can become a new franchise. (I'm aware that Disney has nothing to do with the Uncharted movie). That being said if it is going to happen anyways I'd rather just have one last hurrah to give Indy a proper ending rather than running it into the ground.
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3:47PM on 12/16/2014
I don't care to see a grumpy old man swinging around amidst gunfire again. Doesn't have the same charm. Recast with a young Indy or no dice. Have it be lead in films to Raiders, making him into the badass archaeologist we know and love. Or just leave it. We don't really NEED another IJ movie...
I don't care to see a grumpy old man swinging around amidst gunfire again. Doesn't have the same charm. Recast with a young Indy or no dice. Have it be lead in films to Raiders, making him into the badass archaeologist we know and love. Or just leave it. We don't really NEED another IJ movie...
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9:24AM on 12/16/2014
You nerdy little fanboys don't learn a fucking thing don't you. If you love something and respect it, don't ask for sequels 30 years after a classic came out, don't ask for reboots and if the word prequel ever cross your mind in a positive way go in therapy. By going to see every crap that Hollywood produces, you give them money to make more crap so you can go see more while they continually drop the quality bar since you don't have one. I've been on this site since 2000, back then people were
You nerdy little fanboys don't learn a fucking thing don't you. If you love something and respect it, don't ask for sequels 30 years after a classic came out, don't ask for reboots and if the word prequel ever cross your mind in a positive way go in therapy. By going to see every crap that Hollywood produces, you give them money to make more crap so you can go see more while they continually drop the quality bar since you don't have one. I've been on this site since 2000, back then people were scared by the rumour that the Matrix would get a sequel and the occasinal superhero flick like Spider-Man was met with skepticism. The Star Wars prequels were the ultimate proof that messing up with a classic was a bad idea and everybody agreed... Now you're all getting cockslapped in the face by Hollywood and you keep asking for more. What happened to people on this site?!
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11:51PM on 12/15/2014
I can't get enough Ford as Indiana. I however can get enough of Lebouf, and I got enough 10 years ago. If he is a part, fuck this right in the ass. If he isn't, sign me up for another adventure. I personally thought Chris Pine would have been a great son to Indiana and a worth recipient of a passed torch.
I can't get enough Ford as Indiana. I however can get enough of Lebouf, and I got enough 10 years ago. If he is a part, fuck this right in the ass. If he isn't, sign me up for another adventure. I personally thought Chris Pine would have been a great son to Indiana and a worth recipient of a passed torch.
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9:58PM on 12/15/2014
If only they would recast LeBeouf, I'd be down with another father and son team up.
If only they would recast LeBeouf, I'd be down with another father and son team up.
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7:54PM on 12/15/2014

set in the 1970's...

I know its all about nostalgic reboots right now. The kind of thinking that got us things like A Very Brady Movie. But this won't feel right. You can't replace Harrison, and you can't have him swing by his whip over a chasm. The day is done for this story.

And you don't have 1980's Spielberg anymore. He is just a different person doing different kinds of movies now.

Put the imagination into a new story.
I know its all about nostalgic reboots right now. The kind of thinking that got us things like A Very Brady Movie. But this won't feel right. You can't replace Harrison, and you can't have him swing by his whip over a chasm. The day is done for this story.

And you don't have 1980's Spielberg anymore. He is just a different person doing different kinds of movies now.

Put the imagination into a new story.
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1:01PM on 12/16/2014
You also agree it should be set in the 1970s? I guess great minds DO think alike :)
You also agree it should be set in the 1970s? I guess great minds DO think alike :)
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7:51PM on 12/15/2014

set in the 1970's...

I know its all about nostalgic reboots right now. The kind of thinking that got us things like A Very Brady Movie. But this won't feel right. You can't replace Harrison, and you can't have him swing by his whip over a chasm. The day is done for this story.

And you don't have 1980's Spielberg anymore. He is just a different person doing different kinds of movies now.

Put the imagination into a new story.
I know its all about nostalgic reboots right now. The kind of thinking that got us things like A Very Brady Movie. But this won't feel right. You can't replace Harrison, and you can't have him swing by his whip over a chasm. The day is done for this story.

And you don't have 1980's Spielberg anymore. He is just a different person doing different kinds of movies now.

Put the imagination into a new story.
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7:37PM on 12/15/2014
I'm all for a new actor taking over. Not a "reboot" - there's no reason to fuck with the continuity at all. Youngish actor, back in Indy's salad days, being the two-fisted pulp hero that he always has been. I don't want his origin story, or the first time he stole an idol, or how he got his job at the college.

Just another Indy story. New girl, new villain, new myth. If many people can play Hamlet and King Arthur, I don't see why Indy can't be a new actor. He's a cultural myth, and myths
I'm all for a new actor taking over. Not a "reboot" - there's no reason to fuck with the continuity at all. Youngish actor, back in Indy's salad days, being the two-fisted pulp hero that he always has been. I don't want his origin story, or the first time he stole an idol, or how he got his job at the college.

Just another Indy story. New girl, new villain, new myth. If many people can play Hamlet and King Arthur, I don't see why Indy can't be a new actor. He's a cultural myth, and myths live beyond their actors.

He was always intended to be the "American James Bond." Well, that model is already in place.
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3:49PM on 12/16/2014
I think the "American James Bond" tag goes to Ethan Hunt in the Mission Impossible movies...
I think the "American James Bond" tag goes to Ethan Hunt in the Mission Impossible movies...
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5:58PM on 12/15/2014
No Spielberg, no Indiana Jones.
No Spielberg, no Indiana Jones.
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5:32PM on 12/15/2014
I don't care how old Ford gets. I don't care if he's so old and out-of-shape that all we get is one of Doctor Jones' seminars on archeology for two hours. If Harrison Ford says he can do it, he can do it. He's the one reason I can't completely deny Indy 4, because when the time came for him to be Indiana Jones, he was Henry "Indiana" Jones Junior in the flesh! Furthermore, no one has talked about replacing him as Indiana Jones (except on fan forums), so let's just put that thought out of our
I don't care how old Ford gets. I don't care if he's so old and out-of-shape that all we get is one of Doctor Jones' seminars on archeology for two hours. If Harrison Ford says he can do it, he can do it. He's the one reason I can't completely deny Indy 4, because when the time came for him to be Indiana Jones, he was Henry "Indiana" Jones Junior in the flesh! Furthermore, no one has talked about replacing him as Indiana Jones (except on fan forums), so let's just put that thought out of our minds until it becomes official (when it does, I'l be clamoring for them to leave it be, and is nothing sacred, and all that b.s., but for now, think happy thoughts).
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5:25PM on 12/15/2014
If they ARE doing another one, pull a Temple and make this one a prequel. His adventure BEFORE Crystal Skull, maybe a vision quest kind of thing after Marcus and Henry Sr. die. This way we get a self-contained adventure that won't need any of what we didn't like from Skull, yet still makes that movie the last chronologically. Ford isn't that much older than he was when they filmed Skull. Make-up could fix it. And this would be a great part of the timeline to being Short Round back and it would
If they ARE doing another one, pull a Temple and make this one a prequel. His adventure BEFORE Crystal Skull, maybe a vision quest kind of thing after Marcus and Henry Sr. die. This way we get a self-contained adventure that won't need any of what we didn't like from Skull, yet still makes that movie the last chronologically. Ford isn't that much older than he was when they filmed Skull. Make-up could fix it. And this would be a great part of the timeline to being Short Round back and it would mirror the structure of Temple.
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4:24PM on 12/15/2014
Let me preface this by saying that in a perfect world where I have my way, we wouldn't have another Indiana Jones and nobody would ever reboot the franchise ever again because Harrison Ford is the character and vice versa.

That being said, in today's age of reboots and prequels and rehashing of old ideas, and knowing that Disney didn't just purchase the Indiana Jones property to make money off the existing DVDs, it's a matter of time before we have a relaunching of the franchise. I think
Let me preface this by saying that in a perfect world where I have my way, we wouldn't have another Indiana Jones and nobody would ever reboot the franchise ever again because Harrison Ford is the character and vice versa.

That being said, in today's age of reboots and prequels and rehashing of old ideas, and knowing that Disney didn't just purchase the Indiana Jones property to make money off the existing DVDs, it's a matter of time before we have a relaunching of the franchise. I think the only proper way to treat Indiana Jones on film is to look at him as the American James Bond. Let an actor play the role for a few flicks and then let the next guy take over. Let different directors try their hand at an action adventure. Hell, let Sam Mendes give it a shot once he's done with the Bond franchise.

I'm sure nobody wanted another Bond after Sean Connery. Hell, they recast the role and then brought him back on for another one. I don't want another Indy, but I'm sure I'm gonna get one regardless of what I want and I think this is the only way to do it properly.
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7:54PM on 12/15/2014
It has to be a really good replacement. Someone who wows you.
It has to be a really good replacement. Someone who wows you.
7:54PM on 12/15/2014
It has to be a really good replacement. Someone who wows you.
It has to be a really good replacement. Someone who wows you.
3:49PM on 12/15/2014

Ford Is Indy...

Indy is Ford.

Case closed.
Indy is Ford.

Case closed.
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3:22PM on 12/15/2014

Not opposed to seeing a new film with Indy in his prime but....

I'd rather they make use of Harrison while he still feels like he can carry the role. I trust in Ford. If he's willing to don the fedora again - then let him do it. Let him leave the franchise on a high note.... and then start telling new stories of Indy in his prime with a younger actor after that. No reboot. Keep it all in continuity.
I'd rather they make use of Harrison while he still feels like he can carry the role. I trust in Ford. If he's willing to don the fedora again - then let him do it. Let him leave the franchise on a high note.... and then start telling new stories of Indy in his prime with a younger actor after that. No reboot. Keep it all in continuity.
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2:28PM on 12/15/2014

There's only one Indy

Please Hollywood, let at least one thing be sacred
Please Hollywood, let at least one thing be sacred
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2:26PM on 12/15/2014

Reboot!

Finally Dennis Quaid will get his well deserved fame!
Set the plot in the 1970s where Indy is on a quest to find the money and possibly the corpse of D.B Cooper who for some reason has been reanimated as a zombie (because @#%! YOU) and becomes his Nemesis. Also, instead of Nazis its Mobsters this time and his new sidekick for the ride will be a fur-coat wearing Afro-Asskicking Pimp.... Girl!

I dare you Disney... I dare you.
Finally Dennis Quaid will get his well deserved fame!
Set the plot in the 1970s where Indy is on a quest to find the money and possibly the corpse of D.B Cooper who for some reason has been reanimated as a zombie (because @#%! YOU) and becomes his Nemesis. Also, instead of Nazis its Mobsters this time and his new sidekick for the ride will be a fur-coat wearing Afro-Asskicking Pimp.... Girl!

I dare you Disney... I dare you.
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2:06PM on 12/15/2014
I'd love to see more Indy adventures with Indy in his prime - meaning that yes, they would have to recast. Im fine with that - it does nothing to change the original 3 that Crystal Skull didnt do. If I had my choice, Id go with Jon Hamm. He has the wit, the charm, the seriousness, the grout and would you look at this [link]
I'd love to see more Indy adventures with Indy in his prime - meaning that yes, they would have to recast. Im fine with that - it does nothing to change the original 3 that Crystal Skull didnt do. If I had my choice, Id go with Jon Hamm. He has the wit, the charm, the seriousness, the grout and would you look at this [link]
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2:01PM on 12/15/2014
Reboot it with Josh Holloway as Indy
Reboot it with Josh Holloway as Indy
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1:05PM on 12/15/2014

Don't care

If it gets done, and it will too much money to not be, I just want it to be good. Maybe get the Russo brothers to direct it. I would prefer Ford, but he is getting a little too old and could now play Sean Connery's role from the third.
If it gets done, and it will too much money to not be, I just want it to be good. Maybe get the Russo brothers to direct it. I would prefer Ford, but he is getting a little too old and could now play Sean Connery's role from the third.
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12:55PM on 12/15/2014

There's only one Indiana

If they do it, it has to be Harrison Ford. But leave George Lucas the hell away from it! Indiana Jones is supposed to be about religious artifacts, adventure and wise cracks. Why he decided to bring the fucking aliens into the picture is beyond me... leave the aliens for Star Wars
If they do it, it has to be Harrison Ford. But leave George Lucas the hell away from it! Indiana Jones is supposed to be about religious artifacts, adventure and wise cracks. Why he decided to bring the fucking aliens into the picture is beyond me... leave the aliens for Star Wars
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12:43PM on 12/15/2014
Harrison Ford IS Indiana Jones. Always was. Always will be. Let him do another to at least redeem themselves for that last abomination. I don't mind the eventual and inevtiable reboot but let Harrison go out with a final Indy hoorah. And it would be a perfect way to wrap up that franchise if they could have Sallah, Shortround, and Henry Sr. (in flashback capacity) to come back for at least cameos. An Indy All Stars of sorts.
Harrison Ford IS Indiana Jones. Always was. Always will be. Let him do another to at least redeem themselves for that last abomination. I don't mind the eventual and inevtiable reboot but let Harrison go out with a final Indy hoorah. And it would be a perfect way to wrap up that franchise if they could have Sallah, Shortround, and Henry Sr. (in flashback capacity) to come back for at least cameos. An Indy All Stars of sorts.
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12:33PM on 12/15/2014

I'm the first one going for green...

Do not reboot, or remake....just make new movie set in the 30-40's... you can leave the excisting story for what they are, or maybe even use to further the plot... but don't set it in the later years, because Harrison Ford will no longer be plausible for an action man.... that means replacing Indy... Harrison Ford was great, but i do believe there are a few actors out there who could run the same game.... Bradley Cooper for instance could make a great Indy...
Do not reboot, or remake....just make new movie set in the 30-40's... you can leave the excisting story for what they are, or maybe even use to further the plot... but don't set it in the later years, because Harrison Ford will no longer be plausible for an action man.... that means replacing Indy... Harrison Ford was great, but i do believe there are a few actors out there who could run the same game.... Bradley Cooper for instance could make a great Indy...
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9:00AM on 12/16/2014
Man, you're scaring me.
Man, you're scaring me.
12:29PM on 12/15/2014
Reboot!
Reboot!
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10:53AM on 12/15/2014
I'm in the camp of letting Indiana Jones remain Indiana Jones, and lets not muck it up any further than what Kingdom of Crystal Skulls did. Harrison Ford played the character over 3 decades. Its not a James Bond character where we need different actors to keep the character alive over 5 decades and 20+ films. Its not a superhero character that gets a new actor for the role every 3 years. I think we leave it be, and no need to reboot it. The first three are classics in their own right and are
I'm in the camp of letting Indiana Jones remain Indiana Jones, and lets not muck it up any further than what Kingdom of Crystal Skulls did. Harrison Ford played the character over 3 decades. Its not a James Bond character where we need different actors to keep the character alive over 5 decades and 20+ films. Its not a superhero character that gets a new actor for the role every 3 years. I think we leave it be, and no need to reboot it. The first three are classics in their own right and are pretty timeless.

That being said, I think Netforce is right in that we should just get a new action adventure icon. I think it may be possible with Uncharted (however, who knows when the hell that that is going to happen??). Disney needing a new action adventure icon... I may get a lot of flak for this, but what about the John Carter series? They already own the rights. The John Carter film also has done very well in after-theater market and has gained quite the reputation.
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10:34AM on 12/15/2014
As much as I love Indiana Jones movies, I think Indy 4 ends the movie perfectly (although I don't enjoy it that much). There better be a new action adventure icon.
As much as I love Indiana Jones movies, I think Indy 4 ends the movie perfectly (although I don't enjoy it that much). There better be a new action adventure icon.
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10:24AM on 12/15/2014
I think that as long as they get the right script, you can do it with Harrison. The only thing that I would maybe suggest is that they hand the directing duties over to somebody else. Spielberg is a legend and I'm a massive fan, but judging by the last Indy flick, I think that he's lost sense of what made the original three great. You can't just take the characters and toss them on the screen and expect the magic to happen. Especially when you overload it with ridiculous effects and stunts.
I think that as long as they get the right script, you can do it with Harrison. The only thing that I would maybe suggest is that they hand the directing duties over to somebody else. Spielberg is a legend and I'm a massive fan, but judging by the last Indy flick, I think that he's lost sense of what made the original three great. You can't just take the characters and toss them on the screen and expect the magic to happen. Especially when you overload it with ridiculous effects and stunts. Look at how simple the action scenes were in the first three. They were still exciting. Don't make these movies for the ADD people of today, make these movies for us. The ones that remember.
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10:12AM on 12/15/2014
I didn't hate Indy 4 but realistically this series has pretty much run it's course. If Spielberg and Lucas are up for one more, and finally decide to make the 5th as Spielberg has claimed 5 were planned for years then I guess I'm on board. I agree with a lot of people with the whole harrison is Indy thing, i don't think the role should be recast. I heard a rumor about Bradley Cooper possibly playing indy, which is not a horrible casting idea but I still feel ford should do one final film. Maybe
I didn't hate Indy 4 but realistically this series has pretty much run it's course. If Spielberg and Lucas are up for one more, and finally decide to make the 5th as Spielberg has claimed 5 were planned for years then I guess I'm on board. I agree with a lot of people with the whole harrison is Indy thing, i don't think the role should be recast. I heard a rumor about Bradley Cooper possibly playing indy, which is not a horrible casting idea but I still feel ford should do one final film. Maybe Bradley Cooper could take over Shias part and he could drag his father out of retirement for one final adventure. The movie should be equally balance between the two this way when all is said and done the film series could continue with cooper without a straight up reboot and ford could get one last ride. Just my opinion.
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10:09AM on 12/15/2014

Harrison Ford = Indiana Jones.

The difference between making ANY Star Wars movies - be they the original films, the later trilogy, or this new series - and Indiana Jones is a very simple one: Star Wars is a big, shared universe with infinite characters and storylines...and Indiana Jones is a titular character DEFINED BY THE STAR PLAYING HIM, and for the nearly 40 years that the character has existed, there is only ONE actor playing him, and that's Harrison Ford.

Even George Lucas himself addressed the fact that Harrison
The difference between making ANY Star Wars movies - be they the original films, the later trilogy, or this new series - and Indiana Jones is a very simple one: Star Wars is a big, shared universe with infinite characters and storylines...and Indiana Jones is a titular character DEFINED BY THE STAR PLAYING HIM, and for the nearly 40 years that the character has existed, there is only ONE actor playing him, and that's Harrison Ford.

Even George Lucas himself addressed the fact that Harrison Ford is the only actor who IS Indiana Jones; when asked if a movie about Mutt WIlliams were ever to be made (doubtful at this point, all personal opinions aside), it would be called Mutt Williams, because even Mr. Lucas knows that Indiana Jones is a CHARACTER, and not a role, much less a world to have other characters to "star" in.

To make a new movie, it would have to star Harrison Ford as the character that is defined by him and him alone, or...they don't make it at all. Quality, storyline, fellow actors, etc. don't even matter, so long as this equation is realized.

Harrison Ford = Indiana Jones. Indiana Jones ≠ Other Actors.
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12:30PM on 12/15/2014
I'm inclined to agree with you, but what also comes to mind are the many other characters that were thought to be defined by the actor playing them, until someone else came in and did interesting work playing them. James Bond and Captain Kirk spring immediately to mind.
I'm inclined to agree with you, but what also comes to mind are the many other characters that were thought to be defined by the actor playing them, until someone else came in and did interesting work playing them. James Bond and Captain Kirk spring immediately to mind.
10:09AM on 12/15/2014
I didn't hate Indy 4 but realistically this series has pretty much run it's course. If Spielberg and Lucas are up for one more, and finally decide to make the 5th as Spielberg has claimed 5 were planned for years then I guess I'm on board. I agree with a lot of people with the whole harrison is Indy thing, i don't think the role should be recast. I heard a rumor about Bradley Cooper possibly playing indy, which is not a horrible casting idea but I still feel ford should do one final film. Maybe
I didn't hate Indy 4 but realistically this series has pretty much run it's course. If Spielberg and Lucas are up for one more, and finally decide to make the 5th as Spielberg has claimed 5 were planned for years then I guess I'm on board. I agree with a lot of people with the whole harrison is Indy thing, i don't think the role should be recast. I heard a rumor about Bradley Cooper possibly playing indy, which is not a horrible casting idea but I still feel ford should do one final film. Maybe Bradley Cooper could take over Shias part and he could drag his father out of retirement for one final adventure. The movie should be equally balance between the two this way when all is said and done the film series could continue with cooper without a straight up reboot and ford could get one last ride. Just my opinion.
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12:12PM on 12/15/2014
I really like this idea. Recast Shia as Indy's son and do Indy 5 as a story to pass the torch to someone else. Henry Jones' son becomes the new Indy and they can continue the franchise without having to technically recast Indy nor reboot the franchise. And Bradley Cooper? Well that would be perfect casting IMO.
I really like this idea. Recast Shia as Indy's son and do Indy 5 as a story to pass the torch to someone else. Henry Jones' son becomes the new Indy and they can continue the franchise without having to technically recast Indy nor reboot the franchise. And Bradley Cooper? Well that would be perfect casting IMO.
9:58AM on 12/15/2014
No sequels, no reboot and definitely no prequels please.
No sequels, no reboot and definitely no prequels please.
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9:55AM on 12/15/2014

July 3rd 1942: Harrison Ford was born

Do the math. Now, granted, he looks like he's in fantastic shape for a 72 year old. And from all indications he's only in The Force Awakens, then he's a hologram ghost or nothing at all. But 2-3 years from now? Is it realistic to START filming an Indy movie with a 75 1/2 year old? I say work the script/story like crazy starting in January, work on it for the next 6-12 months and then try to start shooting sometime in early 2016. Ford would then be 73 1/2.
Do the math. Now, granted, he looks like he's in fantastic shape for a 72 year old. And from all indications he's only in The Force Awakens, then he's a hologram ghost or nothing at all. But 2-3 years from now? Is it realistic to START filming an Indy movie with a 75 1/2 year old? I say work the script/story like crazy starting in January, work on it for the next 6-12 months and then try to start shooting sometime in early 2016. Ford would then be 73 1/2.
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9:41AM on 12/15/2014

Harrison IS Indiana Jones !

so for the question you asked, my answer is : I do not want a 5th Indy movie cause Ford is too old for this, (I do not want green screen suck fest like Indy 4...) nor a reboot cause Indiana Jones belongs, for me, only to Harrison Ford !!!!
But, business is business, and I will Watch any Indy movie, that's because guys like me that Hollywood executives do not care about our opinion...
so for the question you asked, my answer is : I do not want a 5th Indy movie cause Ford is too old for this, (I do not want green screen suck fest like Indy 4...) nor a reboot cause Indiana Jones belongs, for me, only to Harrison Ford !!!!
But, business is business, and I will Watch any Indy movie, that's because guys like me that Hollywood executives do not care about our opinion...
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