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Danica Patrick may have initially made a splash by being a woman in a decidedly man's world (only three other women before her were contenders in Indy car racing), but her good looks got her a certain amount of attention as well.
Featuring the apparent likeness of Harrison Ford on the cover, Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb takes you to 1935 when Indy must race against Asian crime syndicates and the Nazis to find the legendary Heart of the Dragon.
Here, as in all Indy movies, the hero, played as always by Harrison Ford at his Male Lead best, is amiable, unflappable and indominable, although tried to the limits of his patience by a tag-along nightclub singer.
The current rumor is that a fifth installment of the Indy franchise is in the works and some say Harrison Ford is planning on reprising his role as Indiana Jones, while nothing has yet been confirmed.
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The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull introduced Indiana Jones to a new generation, Harrison Ford and company began building its Indy fan base decades ago with Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Fans of Raiders of the Lost Ark will remember that Indy was armed with a pistol and a whip, which he used to escape from a group of bad guys in the market while he was in Cairo.
While the Indy 500 has always been a popular sport, there is no doubt that Patrick is driving attention in a way anyone named Andretti or Unser might only have dreamed of.
The latest film spurred rumors that it would be Harrison Ford's last role as the infamous Indy and that he will be passing the torch on to his young co-star Shia LaBeouf.