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'Indiana Jones 5' to Kill Off Harrison Ford

Though George Lucas is against the idea, Steven Spielberg agrees that the latest sequel should be the actor's last.
Harrison Ford wants to kill off Indiana Jones
Harrison Ford wants to kill off Indiana Jones
Showbiz Spy reports that actor Harrison Ford wants his iconic Doctor Henry Jones Jr. character killed off in Indiana Jones 5. Here's what an insider told the site, which reveales how producers George Lucas and Steven Spielberg are leaning towards the idea:

"Harrison thinks it would be good for Indy to die and pass on his hat to his son in the next one. George especially is resisting the notion, but Steven is considering it. Funnily enough Harrison wanted the same for Han Solo in the final Star Wars but George put an end to it. This time (George) doesn't have all the say though."

We reported back in August that a story for Indiana Jones 5 had been cracked with a script now in the works. It is still unclear when Indiana Jones 5 will go into production, but stay tuned for the latest details as soon as more information comes in.

Indiana Jones 5 is in development .

Sources: Showbiz Spy

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Comments (75)

  1. Fry_3000

    i think thats a dumb idea, if anything finish it off like last crusade into the sunset, thats a better ending. just my opnion though.

    4 years agoby @Fry-3000Flag

  2. Drewski37

    hmmmm...almost sounds like the early idea for leathel weapon 4 where they had talked about riggs dying but at the last minute roger saves him....they'll do the same here indy is about to die and his son will rescue him at the last second....

    4 years agoby @drewski37Flag

  3. ejk1

    @Furankisan, they had to place the last movie beyond the 40's and the Nazis. Ford has aged a lot, so they needed to age Jones appropriately.

    As far as this story, I don't like it. If they plan on giving the franchise to Shia, I'd rather they start at the beginning of the 5th movie, at Indiana Jones' funeral(his death off-screen--it would be less traumatic, at least for me). But if it was up to me, this movie will never be made. There is just no justification for continuing with someone other than Ford.

    4 years agoby @ejk1Flag

  4. Ryan Moran

    well i guess its forthis best but i will miss indaina jones

    4 years agoby @nightwing18Flag

  5. Moviedude21

    I think it makes sense. Harrison is getting too old to keep playing this character. Is he going to play it in a wheelchair in the 70's or 80's decade.

    4 years agoby @moviedude21Flag

  6. ignitedspade

    Watch out Indiana comes Indiana Bones.


    4 years agoby @ignitedspadeFlag

  7. ignitedspade

    I smell the franchise setting up for more installments with Shia LaBeouf as the front runner. Lame.

    4 years agoby @ignitedspadeFlag

  8. Big Mike

    how about kill Indianna's whole family so then gets angry and tries to get vengence. too dark?

    4 years agoby @A-Exceptional-CriticFlag

  9. Mc'Murphy

    No Shia LaBeouf !!!

    4 years agoby @truthFlag

  10. the MovieGhost

    If they end up going for this, make Indy's death emotional to the everlovin' maximum! Hope they don't though, I love Indy :D

    4 years agoby @the-movieghostFlag

  11. The Boondock Saint

    ..........................................................f*ck that..............................................

    4 years agoby @combatmadness360Flag

  12. Dan

    Indiana Jones surviving nuclear blast in fridge? .......*eye roll*

    4 years agoby @dan1Flag

  13. Daveactor7

    @Bryan fully agreed.

    4 years agoby @daveactor7Flag

  14. Bryan Yentz

    How about kill Shia? There's no resuscitating this franchise after the last film which was one of the worst films I have ever witnessed. But, it's a start.

    4 years agoby @bryanyentzFlag

  15. Rufio

    i'm not against the idea... i'm against SHIA! they toasted themselves by (1) casting him and (2) writing his character as a James Dean knock-off (or letting Shia make it that).

    4 years agoby @rufioFlag

  16. Daveactor7

    @Insert fully agreed. Besides-how many damn times have we seen indy evade death? He eluded a nuclear bomb for petes sake. What else is there to handle?

    4 years agoby @daveactor7Flag

  17. the Narrator

    Agreed @Insert. Great comparisons by the way.

    4 years agoby @narratorFlag

  18. Jakn

    Sounds like a mistake.

    4 years agoby @jaknFlag

  19. Bane5000

    I hope this isnt their attempt to keep start the franchise going with Shai's character since hes Indy's son....God I hope not

    4 years agoby @bane5000Flag

  20. Movie_jedi815

    Go George!

    4 years agoby @movie-jedi815Flag

  21. ZanyZap

    @insertusernamehere: Agreed. It'll be difficult to pull off either way.

    4 years agoby @zanyzapFlag

  22. Movie_jedi815

    please no shia labeouf! please no shia labeouf! please! please! please!

    4 years agoby @movie-jedi815Flag

  23. HighCaliberINC

    they should kill him off at the beginning of Indiana5 so audiences dont have to sit through another sh-t show debacle that was CrystalSkull... Although, that was a hell of a time my friends and I had in the theater...we just didnt know we were going to see a comedy

    4 years agoby @highcaliberincFlag

  24. JonSpidey07

    god damn it!

    4 years agoby @jonspidey07Flag

  25. T.Clark

    Retire? Yeah. Die? No. Maybe Spielberg feels that Indy needs to go out with a bang, and retirement probably isn't the most exciting prospect. But killing him off is just wrong.

    4 years agoby @insertusernamehereFlag

  26. T.Clark

    I don't know what's more disturbing...that Steven Spielberg wants to kill Indiana Jones, or that George Lucas doesn't. It's pretty scary when Lucas is the sane one.

    Here's the difference between Lucas and Spielberg: Lucas is a crowd-pleaser. He writes for fanboys. Whether it be Star Wars or Indiana Jones, his properties are the type that last for generations and generations, no matter how crappy they may be. The characters and universe he creates are what sells his stuff, it's what gets fanboys crazy. Introduce Ewoks in Return of the Jedi? Sure. Jar-Jar in Phantom Menace? Go for it. Hayden Christensen? We'll let that one slide...because it's f*cking Star Wars. And this is f*cking Indiana Jones. They don't die, no matter how sh*tty it may get at points.

    Spielberg, on the other hand, doesn't make movies to create the next big event or appeal to the crowds at geek conventions. If he feels there's a story to be told, he's going to tell it, despite what the fan reaction might be. Only in this case, he's wrong. Lucas gets that Indiana Jones is more than just another character that can be killed and replaced. He's an icon, and icons don't die. How many movies has James Bond been in? How many super heroes have been killed and brought back to life because we can't live without them?

    Say what you want about Lucas, but he's right this time. He more than most people knows the fanboy community and the importance of iconic characters. He's responsible for pretty much the entire Star Wars galaxy after all, and he knows who should and shouldn't be killed. Indiana Jones falls into the latter category.

    4 years agoby @insertusernamehereFlag

  27. ed_wood

    It will never happen.

    4 years agoby @ed-woodFlag

  28. IlikePie202

    oh my god this is horrible

    4 years agoby @Ilikepie202Flag

  29. Justhim_sir

    Retirement is best.

    4 years agoby @justhim-sirFlag

  30. Cripple

    No. Nobody else is Indy.

    4 years agoby @crippleFlag

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