According to Latino Review, rumors have it that Bradley Cooper might be at the top of Disney's list to play the iconic character. Although it's stated the Disney does plan to do an Indiana Jones 5 with Harrison Ford reprising the role, but allegedly if the film doesn't get made within a certain time frame, then Disney will move forward with a reboot instead. Take in mind, none of this is confirmed, so please take this entire op with a grain of salt.
However, assuming this is true, do you think Bradley Cooper would make a great heir apparent to the Indiana Jones franchise, or do you think there's other actors that can do it better than him? Or do you think that nobody can replace Harrison Ford as the iconic character?
He'd make a great Indiana. I don't keep up with entertainment news, but I assumed Shia Labeouf was going to be the next one tapped.
Either way, I hope they miss the dead line. Harrison Ford was terrible in the last one. I wouldn't pay at the box office to see him try again.
Metro on the 27th quotes the producer saying mere rumor. He does confirm Ford is out for sure. I ponder where they will introduce 'new' segment in Indiana's life and how they could tie into another(s) of the series. It will be interesting to see. Those are a favorite series of films.
I think really anyone with a little personality could put on the hat and play Indiana. Bonus if they are reasonably handsome and Bradley C. certainly fits that bill
I'm only familiar with Bradley Cooper from the "Hangover" flicks but from those I'd say he has the cockiness required for Indy.
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