Though Sean Connery has already claimed to take a retirement from filmmaking, it looks that there is still a chance for moviegoers to see the veteran actor on the big screen again.
Previously confirming to U.K Teletext on the existence of the role of Dr. Henry Jones in "Indiana Jones 4", the Scottish thespian has indicated that he is in consideration to reprise the role, saying "perhaps" upon being asked by Scotland on Sunday on returning in front of the camera for the part.
"At the moment there's nothing decided," he added carefully. "I haven't got the script. Everything depends on the script."
Connery, known for his role as James Bond in the early 007 series, appeared as Jones, the father of the titular character in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" back in 1989. His last big screen performance was in the 20th Century Fox's 2003 adventure flick "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" alongside Shane West and Peta Wilson.