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Disney wants more Indiana Jones, has to get through this Star Wars thing first

In a case of “there’s no time like the present except maybe the distant future,” Disney has decided they would like another film in the Indiana Jones series, but not until after they have all of this “new Star Wars” business squared away. When Disney acquired the rights to Lucasfilm for $4 billion in 2012, they immediately set to work on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, putting the other Lucas properties on the back burner. But Disney chairman Bob Iger has also addressed the possibility of pumping new life into the Indiana Jones franchise, according to Variety’s Marc Graser...

Indiana Jones 5 Rumors Revealed- Will Harrison Ford Return?

Okay, Indy fans, here's what we know: as of now, since LucasFilm has been bought out by Disney, it is safe to assume that they own the iconic adventurer as well that was made famous by Harrison Ford with the original Raiders of the Lost Ark and the sequels. But, it was a long and hard fight, as Paramount Pictures still owned the franchise and was not quite willing to part with it so quickly. But, after reaching a mutual agreement, Disney now also owns the rights to Indy and will be paying a slice to Paramount for the use of the character as well as the rights to everything else. Yet another studio selling out, and Disney has their hands on yet another iconic franchise!

Harrison Ford To Star In 'Blade Runner 2'

Harrison Ford is reprising one role after another these days. First as Indiana Jones in the ill-fated 2008 film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and more recently as smuggler Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.