The head of Disney now confirms that there will be a fifth Indiana Jones movie.
After months of speculation about whether there will be a new Indiana Jones movie or not, fans can now begin to rejoice. It is confirmed. There will be a fifth film about the tough adventurer Jones.
The confirmation came in an interview with the head of Disney, Bob Iger, Bloomberg News writes.
There Iger promised "more great stories with George Lucas' Star Wars and Indiana Jones, which will be made."
It is not clear whether Steven Spielberg will be the one who gets the job of directing the fifth movie or if it once again becomes Harrison Ford who gets the role.
Spielberg, who has directed the first four movies, has previously said he is interested in directing a new Jones movie, with Harrison Ford in the leading role.
- As long as there is more adventures out there, I have a whip, a hat, a leather jacket and a man on a horse who knows how to get the job done, Spielberg previously told Screen International.
If Ford, which is now 71 years old, won't take the role as Indiana Jones again, the rumors are that Chris Pratt and Bradley Cooper are the top candidates to take over the job.
Disney acquired the rights to Star Wars and Indiana Jones when they bought Lucasfilm in 2012.
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