Disney is keen to keep the IndianaJones living history.
While Harrison Ford has confirmed that the upcoming fifth film, due out next year, will be his last time playing the iconic character, it looks like the iconic archaeologist will live on.
Sources who spoke to the outlet revealed that Disney is still looking for a writer to take on the potential project.
Unfortunately, that means we have no idea what the project might be.
Sources would neither confirm nor deny LADbible whether the project would act as a prequel or as a spin-off to the iconic film franchise.
Moreover, with the recent success of the multiple star wars TV shows now on Disney, which share a LucasFilm connection just like IndianaJonesthere is more than enough precedent to believe that the globe-trotting archaeologist could receive the same kind of treatment.
However, this wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen the Indiana Jones character. adorn our televisions.
In 1992, fans had the chance to enjoy a series called The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.
It followed the adventures of Indiana Jones who was played by both Sean Patrick Flanery and Corey Carrier.
Hall played an elderly version of Indiana Jones, who appeared at the beginning and end of each episode, with Flanery taking on the role of the young archaeologist.
Fans have already shared their thoughts on social media, with many fearing the franchise will be exploited beyond belief.
A second added: “Yeah they will milk it for whatever they may like star wars.”
A third joked: ‘Can’t wait to see the one where he can’t enter the tomb as it’s inaccessible in a wheelchair.
Whatever happens, Harrison Ford will not be involved in the potential television program.
The fifth movie will be his lastwith the actor telling fans in September, “This is it. I won’t fall in love with you again. But thank you so much.”
Indiana Jones 5 is set to release on June 30, 2023.
Disney and LucasFilm have been approached for comment.