In a recent interview, Harrison Ford has said that when he stops playing Indiana Jones, the character will go with him.
Ford spoke on NBC's Today that in the future, if he continues on his way, there will be no other actor who takes the whip and the shadow, according to Ford, since he is the only and unique Indiana Jones.
"Do not you get it, I'm Indiana Jones," Ford said. "When I leave, he leaves, it's easy."
There have been rumors of who could make Indiana Jones, and it has even been rumored that the not so close Indiana Jones 5 could have a female protagonist.
In a funny exchange, Ford concluded his interview by apologizing to Pratt (who had also been rumored as possible next Indiana Jones), but ended up referring to the wrong Chris, saying "This is a great way to tell Chris Pine this. Sorry dude."
It's an interesting statement from For, since Alden Ehrenreich took the role of Ford's Han Solo in Solo: A Star Wars Story, by making a younger version of this legendary smuggler.
Indiana Jones 5 has a premiere scheduled for July 9, 2021, and director Steven Spielberg has said he believes this movie will be the last time Ford plays the character of Indiana Jones.