"Indiana Jones 5" 'Won't Be Just a One-Off,' Says Disney CEO Bob Iger

"Indiana Jones 5" won't be the last of its kind. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that there are plans for more "Indiana Jones" films, if not on quite the same scale as "Star Wars."

Asked if there would be an "Indiana Jones" universe comparable to "Star Wars," Iger said, "Not like 'Star Wars,'no. But we hope … right now, we're focused on a reboot, or a continuum and then a reboot of some sort."

"Well, we'll bring [Harrison Ford] back, then we have to figure out what comes next," he added. "That's what I mean. It's not really a reboot, it's a boot — a reboot. I don't know. We [got] Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in the film. But then what's the direction? I've had discussions about what the direction is, [but] I don't want to get into it," he added.

As to whether or not he sees Disney creating more "Indiana Jones" films, he shared, "Yes, I do. I don't think it reaches the scale of the universe of 'Star Wars,' but I see making more. It won't be just a one-off."

While Iger wasn't clear on whether or not Harrison Ford will continue to reprise the role beyond "Indiana Jones 5," Steven Spielberg did make it clear that the character Indiana Jones wouldn't die anytime soon.

The next “Indiana Jones” arrives on July 19, 2019.

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