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Did Disney Just Imply Dial Of Destiny Killed The Franchise?

To be fair, it was always kind of assumed that “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” would be an ending of sorts. Before the movie even hit theaters Harrison Ford announced that it would be the last “Indiana Jones” movie for him. That being said, there’s always a chance that the final adventure for Indiana Jones himself won’t be the end of the franchise altogether. 

“Dial of Destiny” introduces Indy’s goddaughter, Helena Shaw (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), who seems to take after his adventurous spirit. She could lead a whole new series that’s still within the Indiana Jones universe. Additionally, Short Round (Ke Huy Quan) was Indy’s sidekick in “Temple of Doom,” and with Quan’s newfound resurgence and Oscar win for “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” plenty of people would likely be stoked to see him take on the archaeologist mantle. These are just ideas, but they would give Disney a way to continue capitalizing on the Indiana Jones name while still declaring “Dial of Destiny” the ending of his particular journey. 

Then again, Disney may call this the last Indiana Jones movie only to bring Ford back for one more go. It wouldn’t be unheard of. Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine had a stellar ending with “Logan,” only to be brought back for “Deadpool 3.” But for now, people should probably say goodbye to Indy for the time being. 

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