Harrison Ford will be back for one more Indiana Jones movie to be released in a couple years. After that, it sounds like the franchise will continue on, but with another actor leading the show. Ford first portrayed the character in 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark before returning for 1984’s Indiana Jones and the... Show More Summary
Look at that face. That is the face of an action figure that has had enough of this shit. Read more...
When it comes to artifact-discovering adventurers who get into all kinds of trouble around the globe, few have more fans than Indiana Jones. Harrison Ford made the character an icon with the first […]
The untitled Indiana Jones movie coming in 2019 may not be a full-on reboot - it'll feature Harrison Ford, after all - but it will give the series a kick in the pants and get it moving again, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger
LucasFilm is considering rebooting Indiana Jones after the next sequel, so should Alden Ehrenreich be the one to replace Harrison Ford a second time?
Will we get more Indiana Jones flicks after Part 5, but in what form? Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. We know Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are returning for Indy 5 (something I'm hugely in favor of if only...Show More Summary
Harrison Ford looks unrecognizable with a bushy beard while heading out of Barneys on Thursday afternoon (June 19) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 73-year-old Star Wars actor is set to appear in Indiana Jones 5 and director Steven Spielberg gave fans some info about the upcoming film in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter. PHOTOS: [...]
Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are reuniting for Indiana Jones 5, but some fans are worried about Indy's fate.
Much to the almost certain chagrin of Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg has promised fans that cinema’s most beloved septuagenarian archaeologist-adventurer will not be granted the dignity of a peaceful demise at the end of the upcoming fifth Indiana Jones movie. Show More Summary
This article contains spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens After years of rumors and mutterings, it seemed as if Indiana Jones 5 would never become a reality
When Steven Spielberg sits down for a full and proper interview, it is our duty as movie fans to pay attention. The greatest filmmaker in modern Hollywood history can often feel a little enigmatic (he doesn’t bother with things like DVD commentaries) and getting any kind of window into his process and life feels invaluable. Show More Summary
Indiana Jones is coming back to theaters in 2019, and we know at the very least that he won't die.
Harrison Ford’s return to Star Wars actually becoming his prompt exit from Star Wars might have fans of Indiana Jones worried that the same fate will befall another beloved Ford hero when the actor returns for Indiana Jones 5 . Not so, according to director Steven Spielberg. Or at least not so... for now. Read more...
Ford won't be hanging up Indy's hat anytime soon.
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Too bad they already cast the young Han Solo, because one young actor has emerged as the true heir to Harrison Ford’s impassive throne: The Real O’Neals star Noah Galvin. In recent weeks, Galvin has proven that, even at the young age...Show More Summary
It's a beauty woe that's all too familiar. It started in middle school, when I couldn't stand to look at the tiny feather boas sprouting above my eyes. Gwen Stefani was rocking pink parentheses, and I looked like Harrison Ford. I had to tweeze them. Show More Summary
Though he exists primarily on a plane of existence occupied by people like Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher—in short, Grand Masters in the art of not giving a fuck—comedy legend Bill Murray seems primed to adopt at least one fuck he can...Show More Summary
One of the best things about Star Wars: The Force Awakens is that it had a great balance of youth and experience, and there's no doubt that John Boyega and Daisy Ridley benefited from the wisdom of veterans like Harrison Ford and others while making the movie
Harrison Ford is seeing more than one revival from his long list of hit films. Aside from Ford’s return in the box office sensation that was the new “Star Wars,” the actor will also revisit the beloved Indiana Jones. But first he’llShow More Summary