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The Passion of the Indy
The Passion of the Indy

It never ceases to amaze me what people can do when they get passionate about something. Case in point, yesterday it was rumored that Bradley Cooper the star of the hangover movies was going to take over the role of Indiana Jones in the new rebooted version of the franchise. Disney acquired the rights to the movie series when it bought 86th Annual Oscars ArrivalsLucas Films in 2012 and it has been sitting on them waiting to figure out what to do.

Most fans seem to think that 71 year old Harrison Ford is magically going to be able to turn back time and become 35 again in order to star in new movies but thats not going to happen.
However dont tell the fans of Indiana Jones that time travel or age rejuvination doesnt exist because they didnt like the news of the iconic role being recast.
The bloggers took to the interwebs to revolt against disney threatening all kinds of retalliation if bradley cooper got the part.
By the way the funniest part of this is that the whole thing looks like it was just BS. But what was real was the outrage by long time fans. What was sad was… imagine if there was  this much passion about education, or holding our leaders feet to the fire and making them live up to their promises, or curing disease, or ending hunger.
Then each and everyone of us might be as heroic as Indiana Jones

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