Kathleen Kennedy confirms that Disney owns the rights to Indiana Jones and that a new movie will be made, but no one is sure when.
Chris Pratt thinks it would be cool to take over the role of Indiana Jones, but denies that it is even happening.
If the script is good enough, Steven Spielberg may direct the Indiana Jones reboot starring Chris Pratt.
After being roasted as part of his Hasty Pudding Man of the Year honors, Chris Pratt commented briefly on the idea of playing Indiana Jones.
Director Matthew Vaughn expresses his interest in directing either a new Star Wars movie, or the impending Indiana Jones reboot at Disney.
Disney 'has their sights set' on Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt to lead their upcoming Indiana Jones revival.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the studio is pacing itself, and will finish launching Star Wars before we see a new Indiana Jones.
Twilight star Robert Pattinson is rumored to be Disney's top choice to take over the Indiana Jones role, since Harrison Ford may be getting too old for the character.
Writer Frank Darabont says he has not pitched an idea for a new Indiana Jones movie, while producer Frank Marshall refuses to acknowledge the casting rumors.
A new rumor claims that if the project isn't moving forward by a certain date, the studio will recast the iconic role with Frank Darabont writing the script.
The actor is rumored to be in talks for two more back-to-back sequels that will be included in his Star Wars: Episode VII contract.
Rumor says Indiana Jones 5 has already booked stages at Pinewood, while LucasFilm has built a full scale Millennium Falcon at the studio.
Disney buys the distribution and marketing rights to any future Indiana Jones films from Paramount Pictures. Though, No fifth movie has been announced yet.
Did the actor just sign a multi-picture Star Wars deal? An outline for Indiana Jones 5 is to be developed by the end of 2014 with the film in theaters by 2016.
The actor reveals he'd return for Indiana Jones in a New York Minute. Though, his children could care less about his iconic roles.
The actor feels it's perfectly appropriate for the much older character to return in a sequel without as much action.
The filmmaker has the genre and a concept for the fifth installment, but hasn't found the MacGuffin yet.
Steven Spielberg gives updates on his most popular franchises, offering his opinion on the harsh criticism of Indiana Jones 4.
George Lucas is still looking for the perfect treasure to fuel the famous archeologist's latest adventure with his son Mutt.
Though George Lucas is against the idea, Steven Spielberg agrees that the latest sequel should be the actor's last.