Chris Pratt Isn't Overwhelmed By Idea of Playing Indiana Jones

The staggering possibility of donning Indiana Jones' iconic fedora on screen would likely have a lot of actors rattled, but not Chris Pratt.

“It’s all nothing until it’s something, and so far it’s not something," the "Jurassic World" star told MTV News Sunday on the Academy Awards red carpet. "[...] I don’t think it’s overwhelming to contemplate. ... It’d be cool. No one’s called me. Y'know, a lot of talk about it. The pressure would come just because it’s such a great franchise you wouldn’t want to get it wrong, so for me it would have to be perfect to do it. We’ll see, like I said it’s nothing until it’s something.”

Pratt's comments follow a report that Steven Spielberg hopes to return to direct the much-discussed fifth "Indiana Jones" film, apparently with the 35-year-old actor in the title role (the filmmaker apparently "hand-picked" Pratt for "Jurassic World"). However, nothing will be determined until there's a script in place.

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