Harrison Ford will not turn Indiana Jones into 5 unless he can "kill" it like a Marvel movie


    Harrison Ford is an actor who is no stranger to the blockbuster franchise throughout his career. During an interview for his new film The Call of the Wild the experienced actor discussed the lessons he had learned from the success of the MCU franchise and how he applied it to the planned wants to apply] Indiana Jones 5 .

    "I don't really want to give them what they want to see, I want to give them something they didn't expect. You are used to a degree of disappointment when you visit them again. Certainly they have Marvel films gave a spectacular example of a success where they worked the other way around. They killed him! Well, we won't make another Indiana Jones unless we are able to kill it. We want that it's the best. We have some planning issues and a few scripting things to do, but we're determined to do it right before we do it. "

    Definitely welcome news for fans of the Indiana Jones franchises that have been particularly burned in the past Arly by the fourth Indiana Jones film, which has been widely criticized for preserving the spirit of the original trilogy did not catch. In certain fan quarters, there were concerns that the studio would view the series as nothing more than a cash cow and would continue to pump out one inferior film in the franchise after another and even win a new actor for Jones.

    These fears were previously nullified by Harrison Ford claiming that he would continue to be the one who played the adventurous archaeologist and that the character would withdraw with him. And now the actor seems to be keeping a close eye on developments for the fifth Indy film to ensure that fans can be surprised and entertained.

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    The reference to Marvel's success is another example of the MCU's strong influence the imagination of Hollywood studios. There have been several attempts to repeat Marvel's success with other film universes, such as Universal & # 39; s Dark Universe consisting of Dracula, The Werewolf and her sinister guy, Legendarys Monsterverse with Godzilla and his Kaiju buddies and of course the DCEU

    Neither of these universes has managed to maintain the constant success of the MCU so it is understandable that Marvel's cinematic universe is now viewed as the gold standard for measuring the success of other franchises.

    Ford itself has managed to stay out of the MCU up to this point, but interestingly enough, the MCU has been hating Indiana Jones in the past. Fans of the original Guardians of the Galaxy will remember that Guardians' leader Peter Quill was a bounty hunter who hopped galaxies and had more than a few similarities to Jones. In fact, the very first scene in the film where Quill enters an alien temple to find an infinity stone was a reworking of the famous scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark in which Indy was a golden idol from a similar looking one Place. This story was written by Hey U Guys .

    Neeraj Chand

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