Harrison Ford Confirms He’s Up For INDIANA JONES 5
Earlier this week, Harrison Ford appeared on Good Morning America to talk about Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While on the show, he was asked about Indiana Jones 5, and he confirmed that he is up for reprising his role again:
"I would love to do another Indiana Jones and work with Steven [Spielberg] again," Ford said this morning on Good Morning America, concluding, "If we get a script, I'd love to it."
He then joked, "I'd love to see me do it before I turn 80.”
This fifth Indiana Jones film will happen some day. Director Steven Spielberg previously said that he can’t wait to work with Ford again on the sequel. We just don’t know when Lucasfilm and Disney will actually officially move forward with it.
It has been rumored in the past that Ford could be replaced by an actor like Chris Pratt, but producer Frank Marshall has said that they will not recast the role, and Spielberg backed that up earlier this week, which is good to hear. As fun as it would be to see Pratt in the role, Ford can’t be replaced in the role.
Hopefully, we get an official announcement regarding Indiana Jones 5 sometime in the near future. You can watch Ford in the interview below.