Indiana Jones: Chris Pratt clarifies the things on the reboot of Disney


While Indiana Jones 5 is still in production, Chris Pratt has spoken about whether or not he wants to join the Disney Studios reboot.

In the mid-2010s, actor Chris Pratt found himself a comfortable place in Hollywood starring in two of the most bankable sagas of the moment: in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in his Star-Lord costume and in the trilogy. strong>Jurassic World with his role as Owen Grady. Besides a couple of detours to a few other blockbusters, the comedian has mostly focused on these two box office behemoths over the past few years. But does Chris Pratt really have a future after Marvel and Jurassic World?

Time will tell, but between his Amazon series The Terminal Listand the upcoming Super Mario Bros movie, you can't say the actor isn't trying. Rumors have been swirling for years about a possible Disney reboot of the iconic Indiana Jones saga, but where Chris Pratt would take over the role of the famous archaeologist from Harrison Ford. Enough to add a new successful saga to his recent career, however, the actor has once again denied these rumors, this time at the microphone of the Happy Sad Confused podcast:

“I don't even know who Steven Spielberg is. Who? Steven who? No. Aren't they doing another Indiana Jones with Harrison Ford? All I know is I read a quote by Harrison Ford and I don't know if it was really him, but it scared me enough already. It said something like, “When I die, Indiana Jones will die.” And I wondered if I was going to be haunted by the ghost of Harrison Ford if he ever died and I played the character…”

Chris Pratt quips so referencing a 2019 Harrison Ford interview with Today media. The actor claimed that no one but him could play Indiana Jones: “Don't you understand? I am Indiana Jones. When I leave, he will leave with me. It's simple.”With any luck, the comedian's ghost will scare Chris Pratt (and others) long enough to prevent the return of the perennial pseudo-cool archetype he brings out quite regularly, weakly inherited Harrison Ford's magnetism in Star Wars and Indiana Jones.

As a reminder, Harrison Ford is well and truly expected one last time as Indiana Jones in a fifth installment directed by James Mangold (Walk the Line, Logan) . We can also see Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Toby Jones and Antonio Banderas. On the screenplay side, a hell of a collection of creators have passed the baton, but the survivors are Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth, who previously worked together on Le Mans 66 and Flag Day.

Photography was taken by Phedon Papamichael (Downsizing, The Chicago Seven) and music by the legendary John Williams. Indiana Jones 5 should land in our French cinemas on June 28, 2023. As for Chris Pratt, the guy is currently squatting on the big screen with Jurassic World: The World After and Thor: Love and Thunder.


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