Will Bradley Cooper crack the whip as the next INDIANA JONES?

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As far as we’re concerned, there are only three Indiana Jones movies and a one-off special that featured Harrison Ford dealing with his most dangerous foe of all time, Shia Labeouf. While that apocalyptic scenario of torch-bearing will never,ever happen due to the fact that Kervyn isn’t afraid to share some of the dirt that he has on George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, one thing is a certainty. And that’s that the Indiana Jones Franchise will get a reboot. Could Bradley Cooper be the next globe-trotting archaeologist?

Don’t expect to see an Indiana Jones 5 film anytime soon. Spielberg and Lucas have been trying to get that project off the ground for years now, with no real success. The biggest hurdle however, is that depsite the magic of Hollywood, Indiana Jones himself is starting to get rather old. Harrison Ford is 71 right now, and with commitments towards the new Star Wars movies coming up, busy as well. So how do you keep the franchise alive?

Reboot baby! According to Latino Review, Bradley Cooper is on a shortlist to don the iconic fedora and take over from Ford in a new set of adventures as Disney ponders how to make use of their non-Star Wars franchise. While Disney has no story in mind yet for a potential reboot, Frank “Walking Dead” Darabont has pitched a treatment to revive the series.

Take it with a pinch of salt, and watch out for Kervyn’s rage then. I like the idea of Cooper in the lead role. He’s got the looks, is young enough and doesn’t talk like Mike Tyson just broke his jaw.

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Last Updated: March 26, 2014

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