Harrison Ford isn’t ruling out starring in a fifth Indiana Jones movie — he just hopes it doesn’t take another 20 years to get it made. The legendary actor feels he isn’t ready to retire and says he felt comfortable revisiting the role of the globetrotting archeologist for the upcoming Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. “It’s as though you put on that hat, the leather jacket, the bag, the whip, the gun — or even the schoolteacher’s suit — and it comes back to you,” Ford told USA Today in a recent interview. Ford’s hint of a possible fifth installment in the interview comes on the heels of internet rumors that suggest Jones will die at the end of the upcoming movie. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull will open May 22 and will re-team Ford with director Steven Spielberg and executive producer George Lucas for the first Jones film since 1989.