“The story for the new Indiana Jones is in the process of taking form. Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and myself are agreed on what the fifth adventure will concern, and George is actively at work. If the script is good, I’ll be very happy to put the costume on again.”
These are the words of the 67 year old Harrison Ford, according to People. “If the script is good,” he says. Unfortunately, that is what he said (and Steven and George said) before he ever signed on for The Movie That Will Not Be Named. But I digress.
I reckon if they are going to make another Indiana Jones – The Movie That Will Not Be Named did make nearly $800 million worldwide after all – then I hope they take a few ideas of mine into consideration, since I am pretty sure the character was molded after me anyway.
1) Have him wake up at the beginning of the new movie and realize that everything that happened in The Movie That Will Not Be Named was just a horrible dream – especially the gophers.
2) Drop Mutt and Marion from the storyline or at least leave them to a brief cameo (never going to happen).
4) Pull a Temple of Doom and take this movie down a new, interesting, darker route, leaving the commies and cartoonish CGI behind – maybe having Indiana investigating a pagan Celtic cult, something mythological dealing with Merlin, or the like.
5) Drop Mutt and Marion from the storyline or at least leave them to a brief cameo (never going to happen).
That is all. Thank you for your time, Mr. Spielberg and Mr. Lucas. I await, but with a bitter taste in my mouth and a hole still in my soul.