Steven Spielberg won't make a fifth 'Indiana Jones'
Director Steven Spielberg says he will not make further 'Indiana Jones' movies just to prove a point but would work on the series if a good story comes along.
The 64-year-old, who has directed all four of the previous installments in the franchise, said he does know many people did not enjoy the last movie 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull', but would not work on further films just so he could win them over, reported The Sun.
"I would not make a fifth movie to prove any point. If we get a good story, I'll make it. If George Lucas doesn't think we should make any more, I'll listen to him. I think audiences think we're two for two. They love 'Raiders'. They love 'Last Crusade'. They don't love as much 'Temple of Doom' or 'Crystal Skull'," said Spielberg.
Harrison Ford, who has played the titular character in all the previous movies, has previously said he would like to have another go at making a decent follow-up.
"I wouldn't mind another shot at Indiana Jones. I still think we have a chance of making a really good one."
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