Disney is reuniting Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg for a fifth Indiana Jones movie, due out in 2019, but is the release of the next movie in the franchise merely a cash grab?
As soon as Disney announced the return of Indiana Jones, the internet went crazy with angry speculation the studio wasn't allowing Harrison Ford's bones to rest.
After all, the famous actor also has already been dragged out to reprise his popular role as Han Solo.
With global profits from the Indiana Jones franchise coming in at nearly $2 billion, it's easy to see why Alan Horn, chairman of Walt Disney Studios, told the USA Today his company was looking forward to a new movie.
Indiana Jones is one of the greatest heroes in cinematic history, and we can't wait to bring him back.