Ryan Gosling is 'working on' securing a role in 'Indiana Jones' movie
Gosling has revealed he would love to appear in the next movie in the franchise.
LONDON - Hollywood star Ryan Gosling has revealed he is "working on" securing a role in the next Indiana Jones movie.
The 36-year-old actor stars alongside Harrison Ford - who plays the archaeology professor in the iconic film series - in Blade Runner 2049, and Gosling has revealed he would love to appear in the next movie in the franchise.
Asked whether he's spoken to Ford about the prospect of starring in the next film, Gosling said: "I'm working on it, man ... easy."
Then, he jokingly told E! News: "You just blew it for me. Too soon."
And his co-star - who has reprised the role of Rick Deckard for the sequel to his 1982 film Blade Runner - admitted it's too early to contemplate Gosling's potential involvement with the Indiana Jones series.
The Hollywood icon said: "I'm trying to wrap my head around that. Too soon."
A fifth movie in the Indiana Jones series is slated for release in 2020, with Harrison and director Steven Spielberg both set to return.
Meanwhile, Gosling recently revealed he was punched in the face by Harrison during the making of Blade Runner 2049.
The handsome actor admitted their intense action sequences left him sporting one or two bumps and bruises.
Talking about their on-screen scuffles, Gosling said: "I didn't work on my dodging."
Ford did "a lot" of boxing training for the much-anticipated sequel, and he joked he was simply doing what he'd been taught in the gym.
Ford quipped: "I did a lot of boxing and uh, the idea of boxing is to hit the guy."
To which Gosling replied: "You did a wonderful job."
Despite this, Gosling relished the opportunity to work with one of his childhood idols.
He said: "He's been creating all these seminal movie experiences for all of us. He's the one person who hasn't got to experience that, because he's been too busy making them. And so to have a window into how he does that was really great."