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Fifth Indiana Jones The movie has made its way to theaters, and the occasion marks the last time fans will see Harrison Ford wearing a fedora. The 80-year-old has made it clear that he’s done playing Indiana Jones, leaving the future of the franchise unclear. Although there won’t be any more adventures with Ford’s Indy, the story could theoretically continue, possibly with a newcomer to the franchise, like Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Helena Shaw, or perhaps with another character from an earlier part of the series. series.

For some fans, there wouldn’t be a better character to explore Indiana Jones spinoff with from short round. played before Ke Huy Quan In the second movie in the series, Indiana Jones and the Temple of DoomThe character has not been seen in the franchise since. Recently, Quan has become more popular than ever with his Academy Award-winning performance in Everything everywhere at onceand there were some fans hoping for his appearance Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. It didn’t, and he missed his presence, as many fans on social media expressed.

Lucasfilm is crazy if they don’t think of a short run to complete Indiana Jones series,” says one fan on Twitter. Ke Huy Quan won an Academy Award, and is still young, fit, and graceful as he proved in Everything everywhere at once. They have to! “


And answering a fan’s question about the location of the Short Round at this point in Indiana Jones Franchising, another person says, “I’d like to see a show with an adult Short Round. We all know Key Huy Quan would be 100% appreciated!”

Related: Ke Huy Quan addresses potential cameo in Indiana Jones 5

Ke Huy Quan is ready for a short while

Paramount Pictures

If Lucasfilm ends up following up with a short run, they don’t need to ask Ke Huy Quan twice to take part. before Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Released, Quan confirmed that he wanted to say he had a cameo in the film, but that was not the case. He also recently told Variety that he would certainly be willing to return, but that just wasn’t up to him, and he left that decision to Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, and George Lucas.

“Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? I love Short Round,” Quan said of a possible return. “What a wonderful character… I would like to think [that now] He is following in the footsteps of Indiana Jones. But it would be great to revisit that character.”

James Mangold directs Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. While the Short Round does not exist, fans will be pleased to see John Rhys-Davies reprise his role as Salah. Besides Ford and Waller-Bridge, the cast also includes Antonio Banderas, Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, and Mads Mikkelsen.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Now playing in theatres. You can see some other fan posts about the Short Round below.


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