‘Indiana Jones’ stars Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan reunite 38 years later


After 38 years, Indiana Jones and Brief Spherical have discovered their method again collectively.

Ke Huy Quan, who performed Jones’ fast witted sidekick in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” shared two photographs to Instagram Saturday, Sept. 10 of himself and Harrison Ford backstage on the D23 Expo.

Each pictures present Quan together with his arms wrapped round “Dr. Jones” as the 2 reveal huge smiles.

The actor captioned the put up, “‘I love you, Indy.’ Indiana Jones and Short Round reunited after 38 years.” The quote alludes to a scene within the 1984 movie when his character brings Jones again to actuality simply in time for the 2 to avoid wasting the day.

The remark part could not get sufficient of the homecoming, with some saying they “love this pic so much I won’t fall asleep tonight.”

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Reunited and it feels so good. (Ke Huy Quan / Instagram)

“This photo is EVERYTHING!!!” wrote Kevin Kwan.

“‘Indiana Jones and the Adventures of Short Round’ confirmed!!” Philip Wang wrote with a number of palms raised emojis.

“My heart,” Josh Gad commented.

“This is the happiest pic of Harrison I’ve ever seen,” @rickybardy wrote.

“Please tell me you have a cameo in the new Indiana Jones movie,” @100sketchbooks commented.

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Harrison Ford, Jonathan Ke Quan, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, 1984 (Alamy)

Others additionally requested if Quan could be making an look within the upcoming “Indiana Jones” movie, which is ready to be launched in June 2023.

Ford was at Disney’s annual expo to debate the fifth film, which he mentioned could be his final as the enduring adventure-seeker. The now 51-year-old, Quan, was on the occasion to disclose he joined the forged of Marvel’s “Loki,” in line with Rolling Stone.

The film comes 42 years after the discharge of the primary flick within the collection, “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Misplaced Ark,” when Ford was just 38 years old.

The now 80-year-old told TODAY’s Craig Melvin that he doesn’t want anyone else to play Jones, should producers ever want to create future movies.

“No person goes to be Indiana Jones, do not you get it? I am Indiana Jones,” Ford said. “Once I’m gone, he is gone.”

This text was initially printed on TODAY.com

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