I think maybe he should give up flying. As a senior citizen, (let's admit that he is) he's even more dangerous flying than driving. There comes a time when we are just not as sharp as we used to be.Still a great movie star, despite being increasingly accident prone!
Hoping Bladerunner 2 is a hit.
FYI:You would think that he would get the message. It would be terrible it this were to end in tragedy, especially given these early warnings.
The last thing I ever want is for him to end up like John F. Kennedy, Jr., and John Denver! (Both crashed into water and didn't leave enough intact remains for even a decent burial.)You would think that he would get the message. It would be terrible it this were to end in tragedy, especially given these early warnings.
The first indication that a movie might suck is when there is no script, yet they're moving forward anyway. It means they really don't have a story to tell and they'll be pulling it out of the ether. Indiana Jones 5 is currently sitting without a treasure for Henry Jones Jr. to find, which, looking at it the wrong way, could spell trouble. Especially since the script is coming from the writer of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the least liked sequel in the franchise.
That doesn't mean Indiana Jones 5 will be garbage. But there's always the fear that well enough should be left alone. Especially if there is no story to tell. At this current stage in the game, Harrison Ford is confirmed to reprise his role as the famed archeologist. And Steven Spielberg will return to direct his fifth movie in the series. He's directed every big screen movie featuring the title character. And the movie is hitting theaters the summer of 2019.
I love the idea of a sequel to BLADE RUNNER, but I don't like the title BLADE RUNNER 2049. I preferred the title BLADE RUNNER DOWN.Not thrilled at the Blade Runner sequel. The original always had that ambiguity about Deckard being a replicant. That's pretty much completely gone now.
Ford's career these days seems to be phoning in his greatest hits performances. Indy 4, Han Solo, Deckard.
Put your money on Witness 2 coming soon.
You have another Lucasfilm property, Indiana Jones, and Steven Spielberg has agreed to make a fifth film. Will there be an Indiana Jones universe, eventually, like Star Wars?
Not like Star Wars, no. But we hope … right now, we’re focused on a reboot, or a continuum and then a reboot of some sort.
Reboot? You’ve got Harrison Ford for this movie, and then the presumption is there will be a younger …
Well, we’ll bring him back, then we have to figure out what comes next. That’s what I mean. It’s not really a reboot, it’s a boot — a reboot. I don’t know.
THR has been using the term “requel” for these sequels that reboot the franchise.
Requel. (Laughs.) We [got] Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in the film. But then what’s the direction? I’ve had discussions about what the direction is, [but] I don’t want to get into it.
But you do see making more films?
Yes, I do. I don’t think it reaches the scale of the universe of Star Wars, but I see making more. It won’t be just a one-off.