At least, if Harrison Ford has his way he will: The actor has told George Lucas and Steven Spielberg of his desire to kill off the adventurous Dr. Jones in the next chapter. And this wouldn't be the first time Ford has tried to off one of his own beloved characters.
Harrison Ford wasn't the only star of all those Indiana Jones movies. He also had an important costar—his iconic hat. So when it came time to dress Ford for Cowboys & Aliens, finding a new look that wouldn't stir up Indy memories in the audience turned out to be one of the top things on the filmmakers' minds.
The guys at OneMinuteGalactica—who've already reimagined Star Wars as a 1950s sex education video—just tweaked Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom to teach us a thing or two about good table manners.
Monday's teaser poster for Cowboy & Aliens was just the beginning, because a trailer for the film surfaced today that gives us our first look at Daniel Craig in explosive alien-killing action.
It doesn't matter what movie Harrison Ford is promoting—the interviewers always bring the conversation around to Star Wars, hitting him with questions which he answers reluctantly. And we don't usually hear anything new anyway. But in a recent interview, Ford revealed that if he'd had his way, the character that made him famous ... would have been killed.
According to the man who wears the hat, George Lucas isn't done with Indiana Jones, and is busy hatching the fifth chapter in the archaelogist's adventures.
Think about it—except for maybe a DVD bonus feature, when have you ever heard Harrison Ford publicly speak about Star Wars? It took 30-some years, but the right cause finally came along to break Ford's silence.
Our respect for Shia LaBeouf as an actor just went up a huge notch now that we know he didn't like Indy 4 either.
A website says it's laid hands on the official synopsis for the movie, which unites James Bond and Indiana Jones.
In honor of the upcoming 30th anniversary, a look back at the original trailer.