Harrison Ford insists that anyone planning a reboot of the Indiana Jones franchise does not require his blessing.
The legendary actor has played Indy in five releases so far - Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Temple of Doom, The Last Crusade, The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and The Dial of Destiny.
Dial of Destiny, the final movie in the series, was released at the end of June. Naturally, there has been speculation about the future of the franchise as Ford has confirmed he won't play the character again.
Reboots, remakes and spin-offs have been mentioned, though nothing concrete.
Even though he has major input in Indiana Jones alongside Goerge Lucas and Steven Spielberg, Ford won't stand in the way of the next generation.
“They don’t need my blessing," he told the PA News Agency.
“If they want to do that they do that.”
Harrison Ford ready for a break after Indy
Ford jumped straight into filming for Captain America: Brave New World after Indy, and after a part on television series Shrinking, too, he has been a busy man.
He reckons he is due a break to spend more time at home with his wife Calista Flockhart.
“I’d like to spend a little bit more time at home, frankly,” he confirmed.
“I love making movies, I’ve been making movies for longer than even 42 years and… my work is really important to me. I really appreciate the opportunity to do it – my wife granted me that opportunity. But I’ve been working a lot lately so I might be due for a bit of a rest.”
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny stars Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holdbrook and Toby Jones.