Walt Disney Studios has announced that they have reached a marketing and distribution agreement with Paramount Pictures for the future Indiana Jones franchise. Disney, which acquired the production rights to the films in 2012 after buying LucasFilms, now has complete control over the iconic franchise. Although the studio had the production rights, they did not have the marketing and distribution rights until now. From this deal, Paramount Pictures benefited by receiving “financial participation on any future films,” which means they will still get a cut of the business. Disney has not announced any plans for any future Indiana Jones films but this agreement will make it much easier for them to make and distribute the movies. An inside source said not to expect any plans in the immediate future. The Indiana Jones franchise has been in existence since 1984 with Harrison Ford playing the title character. The first four films are: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. ~Brie Davis
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