Is “Indiana Jones” Being Rebooted With Bradley Cooper?

March 26, 20140 Comments

Harrison Ford could still play Indiana Jones in a new sequel, but the window of making that happen is getting smaller and smaller. There is a deadline and if Indiana Jones 5 is not moving forward by then, the studios are 100% prepared to recast a younger Dr. Jones and begin a new trilogy. Ford is currently 71 years old and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth.

Latino Review is reporting that actor Bradley Cooper (Guardians of the Galaxy) is being eyed to takeover the role of Indiana Jones. It looks as if Dr. Jones may become similar to James Bond with a new actor playing him until things need to be freshened up.

So who might be writing the reboot? Reports state that Frank Darabont has pitched an idea. Darabont wrote the original fourth sequel titled Indiana Jones and the City of Gods, which was praised by Steven Spielberg. However, George Lucas didn’t like it so we got “Crystal Skull” instead. The rest is history.

It looked like Shia LaBeouf was going to takeover the franchise after playing Indy’s son Mutt. I guess his recent actions ruined that. What do you think? Are you interested in a Indiana Jones reboot? And is Bradley Cooper the right guy? Perhaps he’d make a better Nathan Drake in the planned Uncharted movie adaptation.

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