Harrison Ford has some of the most iconic film roles of all time under his belt, but as much as we'd love him to, he can't play them forever.
His Han Solo character has been killed off in Star Wars (with the actor admitting he'd been arguing for Han Solo to die for 30 years back in 2016) and we've already seen someone new take on the role in the prequel movie, to mixed results.
But what about Indiana Jones? Harrison is back as the disgruntled archaeologist for a fifth film due out in 2021 and people are wondering if that will be a send-off for his character before the studio pursues the inevitable reboot/prequel route.
Well, not if Harrison has his way. In an amusing interview with Today, the actor said: "Nobody is going to be Indiana Jones, don't you get it? I'm Indiana Jones.
"When I'm gone, he's gone. It's easy. Get it in [your head]."
Wrong Chris there, but it's a mistake we've all made.
The fifth Indiana Jones film is set to reunite Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg. It won't bring back Shia LeBeouf from the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull movie, though – but, let's face it, that's probably for the best.
Indiana Jones 5 is due for release on July 9, 2021.
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