Harrison Ford wants to make a fifth 'Indiana Jones' movie.
The 73-year-old actor has played the adventurer in all four films in the franchise and while the most recent, 2008's 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' failed to impress critics, it hasn't put Harrison off taking up the role one more time.
He told Entertainment Weekly: "Oh, yeah. Yeah, I'd love to do another Indiana Jones. A character that has a history and a potential, kind of a rollicking good movie ride for the audience, Steven Spielberg as a director - what's not to like?"
However, right now Harrison is concentrating on his reprisal of another iconic character, Han Solo in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' and Harrison revealed Han hasn't changed much from the original movies.
He explained: "He was always the cynical member of the original characters. There was a callow youth, a beautiful princess, a wise old ¬warrior, and there was a smart-ass. While we were invited to engage on the questions of some pretty arcane mysteries - the Force and the mythology that surrounds it - he was the guy who said, 'What? Huh? Come on.'
"There's not an abandoning of the character. He does not aspire to the position of Obi-'Ben' Kenobi, nor do I aspire to be some New Age Alec Guinness. His development is consistent with the character, and there are emotional elements which have occasioned his growth. There's a lot of the rogue still left in Solo."