Harrison Ford is defining the future of Indiana Jones once and for all

Harrison Ford is defining the future of Indiana Jones once and for all


Harrison Ford announced this past Saturday (September 10) at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California that he is finally turning his back on his legendary role as Indiana Jones in the next big adventure. “That’s it … I won’t fall for them again,” the actress said, referring to her physical movements.

The new, fifth installment in the Indiana Jones film series was directed by James Mangold and is scheduled to be released in German theaters on June 23. Harrison Ford is again starring in this sequel, albeit for the last time, as he recently shared: “I’m proud to say that this movie is great. The Indiana Jones movies are about mystery and adventure but they’re also about heart and I’m so glad we have a human story to tell and a kick-ass movie. That’s it. I’m not going to fall for you again,” said Ford, who appeared fight back tears.

“Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” was reviewed

Recently, he played an archaeologist in Steven Spielberg’sIndiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull“From 2008. The film was a success with an international gross of 742 million US dollars, but it also received a lot of criticism. ROLLING STONE puts itself on the side of those who can see the positive sides of the film – here is the film’s criticism.

There is no trailer for the new movie yet. Watch a synopsis of the film here: