Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford have been trying to get Indiana Jones 5 Going for a while now. It was originally scheduled for release in May of this year, but Spielberg, Disney and Lucasfilm rejected it for redoing. West side story.
An updated production schedule has been a bit difficult to pin down, but in a recent interview with CBS News promoting their new movie, the Jungle Call, Ford provided pertinent information on when we could see Indy 5 as well as his feelings about returning to the beloved characters.
"Trying not to look silly," Ford told CBS News about the challenges of returning as loved characters. "You know, running with tight pants and high boots. I will give you a more appropriate answer considering that I will start doing Indiana Jones in about two months, I am always happy to return to these characters. When we have the opportunity to make another one it is because people have enjoyed it. I feel obligated to make sure our efforts are as ambitious as when we started. You have a sense of responsibility with your customers. "
If you thought that 65-year-old Ford was too old to play Indy, how about 77? It's amazing how he has been able to return to several characters in recent years considering his age. Whether Han Solo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens or Rick Deckard in Blade Runner: 2049It stays in good shape. And apparently he can't wait to play Indy again.
However, regardless of the role, Ford still prides itself on entertaining viewers and telling great stories. And apparently he sees what he does as a transaction in which he sells something to customers.
"I think of the people who go to my movies more as customers than as fans," Ford added. "‘ Fans "seems a bit odd, he has always done it; but the fact that these people support my business and I am responsible to them for the quality of the service I offer, that seems better to me. "
Speaking of quality, you are probably anxious to wake up the hat again because the "customers" want to get their money back after seeing Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. They waited almost 20 years to get another Indy movie and, despite the movie's massive box office ($ 786 million worldwide), fans would probably like to forget that it ever happened.
Then a proper shipment is needed for the character and Ford and Spielberg are not getting younger. Fortunately, David Koepp is working hard on the script of Indiana Jones 5 and while writing Crystal Skullhe also wrote Jurassic Park, Spider-Man Y Panic Room, so you are more than comfortable with major studio movies.