Harrison Ford's getting old and Shia LaBeouf isn't really an option any longer, so what's the "Indiana Jones" franchise to do in order to keep going? Reboot of course.
Latino Review reports that with time running out to get 71 year-old Ford to reprise his iconic role one more time, Disney has been quietly drawing up a list of candidates to take over the role if the timing for Ford doesn't work out and the franchise needs to be rebooted.
One of the names on that list? "The Hangover" star Bradley Cooper. Today's rumor is in contrast to official word late last year from studio chairman Alan Horn who said of the franchise's future: "We haven't done anything. We don't have a story. We need a story."