The Daily Heat Index: Steven Spielberg Reveals He Won’t Kill Off Harrison Ford in ‘Indiana Jones 5’
Plus: Calvin Harris teases a new music video with Rihanna and John Cena impersonates Hulk Hogan.
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Indiana Jones Lives On
Details are scarce when it comes to Steven Spielberg’s latest archaeological on-screen adventure, but one thing’s for certain: Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones will live to see the ending credits. “The one thing I will tell you is I’m not killing off Harrison at the end of it,” the acclaimed director said during a recent interview with THR. Ford does have a habit of taking on roles that meet untimely deaths, so it’s reassuring to know he won’t break a hip and tumble into a pit of doom midway through the film. But what we really want to know is: Will the outlandish Shia LeBeouf stand alongside him once again? The fifth Indiana Jones movie is set to hit theaters July 19, 2019.
Calvin Harris x Rihanna
Calvin Harris has hinted at a fiery new video with Rihanna for their hit “This Is What You Came For” to drop this Friday ahead of the weekend. The DJ and former beau of Taylor Swift dropped a few shots of RiRi on Instagram and Twitter, smoldering at the camera in diamonds like her majesty would. The track, which was released following Coachella, hit the airwaves back in April and has topped the club charts ever since.
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John Cena’s Cosplay
Late-night sketch show Maya & Marty has been taking off on NBC. With their latest sketch focusing on the animosity between former WWE star Hulk Hogan and his conflict with Gawker, it only made sense to utilize the comedic chops of wrestler John Cena to kick things up a notch. Watch him crush his impersonation and utter way too many words with ‘Hulk’ in front of them.