Following Disney's confirmation for "Indiana Jones 5," there has been a lot of talks about who will be leading the fifth installment of the hit action-adventure franchise; one side says Harrison Ford will be reprising his lead role while another says a younger actor should take on the role tagging names like Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender and Idris Elba.
In its report, Fans Share shared its theory that Harrison Ford will still appear in "Indiana Jones 5" and actually lead it, but in the end, will be killed off and lead the way for another actor, naming "Jurassic World" star Chris Pratt as the perfect actor to succeed the franchise from Ford.
"It has been suggested that the best way to do things would be to getting Harrison Ford to return for 'Indiana Jones 5,'" Fans Share wrote although there's a catch, "killing him off at the end of the movie, or see him head off into the sunset some more romantic way, before then bringing Hollywood superstar Chris Pratt on board to take over the role from then onwards, or another actor who would fit the role."
"We would love to have a final farewell with Harrison Ford, while we also think that Chris Pratt would be fantastic as 'Indiana Jones,' so we could not think of a better way to make this work," the report added.
Previous reports, however, point out that although Chris Pratt, indeed, is the top choice to replace Harrison Ford as Indy, the possibilities are slim since Pratt is already tied up to two large franchises, "Jurassic World" and "Guardians of the Galaxy." And if Disney intends to release "Indiana Jones 5" soon, Chris Pratt would definitely be out of the picture. But as of now, no release date has been confirmed by Disney yet.