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Monday, 6 July 2009

Harrison Ford to be Indiana Jones once more

Indiana Jones star Harrison Ford may well be donning the hat once more.

According to The Insider, Harrison, who turns 67 later on this month, will play the role of Indy in the fifth film in the series and it is claimed it will be his last performance as the adventurer.

It is claimed filming will not start until next year, and it will not be released before 2011, when the star will be 69.

A source said: “Harrison has kept himself in good shape and could still do a lot of the stunts in the last film.”

The source added: “But it’s obviously not going to get any easier the older he gets. He certainly would never have imagined playing Indiana Jones when he was nearing 70!”

Nothing like an unsubstantiated source! However, this does tie into Shia Labeouf's claim that Steven Spielberg had got a story sorted for the fifth Indy film.

Do you want to see another Indy film? What would you want to see in it?
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