Yesterday Latino Review‘s Kellvin Chavez reported that Disney, which purchased distribution and marketing rights to the Indiana Jones franchise last December, is technically open to making a new Jones film with the somewhat creaky and weathered Harrison Ford (who, at 71, is now 13 years older than Sean Connery was when he portrayed Professor Henry Jones in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade) but they’re quite naturally looking to re-cast the role with a younger, studlier guy. Chavez, quoting “ever reliable sources,” is also reporting that Bradley Cooper is at the top of the list of potential replacements. “Let’s get it straight — Cooper doesn’t have the role [and hasn’t] signed the deal,” Chavez writes. [He’s] just someone they’re looking at to play the role.” Looking at? That’s it? They’re “looking” at him in the same sense that LexG could theoretically take a walk in a municipal park somewhere in the San Fernando Valley, sit down on a bench and “look” at a squirrel who happens to be scampering by?