Harrison Ford Ready To Be Indiana Jones Again In Fifth Movie
Harrison Ford as the adventure addicted professor & archaeologist Indiana Jones will never opt for a retirement. Yes the 67 year old star, who immortalized the character of Indiana Jones, & vice versa, is at it again.
He revealed that he would more than love to don that trademark cowboy hat and whip again and set out on a new breath taking adventure.
“If we find another story to do and we develop the character a little further and I get a chance to do another one, I’d be happy as pie to do it,” he told to Cinematical.
Ford’s last appearance as Indiana Jones was in 2008 in the Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull says that he takes an active part with the director of this series Steven Spielberg, in making the movie more adventurous. “I’ve always been interested in developing the character, and bringing more information about the character each time we’ve gone out.”
“We’ve found ways of doing that by introducing Sean (Connery) as my father, Mutt (Shia LaBeouf) as my son, bringing back Karen (Allen) – all of those things that work for me.”
The first movie in this series Raiders Of The Lost Ark released way back in 1981, and it is still considered one of the best movie in action/adventure genre. There were two more movies in the list named Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984), & Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (1989). After that they took a break of 20 years and resurfaced in 2008 in Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull