Indiana Jones TV show being considered for Disney+
Disney+ won’t rest until it creates a new streaming series from every IP address that’s ever had a wave of success. Along these lines, Variety reports that Disney+ is considering a IndianaJones Any TV show, albeit a prequel or spin-off of Indiana Jones 5 is unknown. Either way, it’s unlikely to involve series star Harrison Ford, who said he was done playing Dr Jones after the fifth film was released next year.
Indiana Jones 5 received its first promotional image from Lucasfilm during Star Wars Celebration, showing Ford in silhouette in a cavernous area. This movie is made by The glutton and Logan director James Mangold, the first film in the franchise not to be directed by Steven Spielberg. There are no concrete plot details yet, but Phoebe Waller-Bridge will play Indie’s goddaughter, Helena, who composer John Williams says is adventurous and a “femme fatale.” The film is currently set to hit theaters on June 30, 2023.
Obviously, the IndianaJones The franchise is rooted in pulp material that could be developed quite easily with or without Harrison Ford, but whether people want to watch this as a Disney+ TV show is another matter. Although this has been done before, with The Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones in the 90s. Disney would also look for other ways to maintain the franchise, which could include more films. At least we know that Wolfenstein developer MachineGames is working on a IndianaJones Game.