June 9th, 2010
04:46 PM ET
About those rumors that the fifth "Indiana Jones" movie will revolve around Indy and his son investigating the Bermuda triangle: A representative for Lucasfilm says the story is "false."
Stuff.co.nz first reported that the movie would start shooting next year, quoting a "source" who said that the script for the movie - which would go "back to its roots" - was "almost there" and it would begin shooting next year.
Not that the idea of a fifth movie is out of the question: In February, Harrison Ford told the BBC, "Steven [Spielberg] and George [Lucas] and I are sort of agreed on a germ of an idea and we're seeing what comes of it."
Judging by the long process that led to 2008's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," you might not want to hold your breath waiting for the next one, if it happens at all.
On the other hand, Ford, who turns 68 next month, isn't getting any younger, so time might be of the essence.
Are you interested in seeing Ford don the famous hat one more time, or do you think "Crystal Skull" should have been the end of the saga? Post your views in the comments below.
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