Harrison Ford On ‘Indiana Jones 5': ‘I'd Love To Do It'

Harrison Ford has sported Indiana Jones' trademark fedora in four big screen blockbusters – and the 67-year-old actor said he'd love to play the iconic character a fifth time.

"George [Lucas] is working on the structure of a possible idea," Harrison told Access Hollywood on Friday at the "Extraordinary Measures" junket in LA. "If he's able to come up with something, George, Steven [Spielberg,] and I have to agree in order to do it."

According to Harrison, he'd be more than happy to suit up for another globe trekking adventure.

"I'd love to do it," he continued "I'd love to see the development of the relationship between he and his son (Shia LaBeouf) and he and his new wife (Karen Allen). I think it would be very interesting…I think it would be fun."

But first, audiences will see Harrison and Brendan Fraser in the medical drama "Extraordinary Measures," which hits theaters on January 22.

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