It’s intriguing when you talk about character and storytelling ownership because, of course, you have created a body of work full of icons. There are 6-year-old boys who adore a 67-year-old man. You will always be Han Solo and Indiana Jones as long as there are 6-year-old boys.
The reason I’m still working is that succeeding generations of kids have been introduced by their parents to these films. The Star Wars films, the Indiana Jones films—they’re family films. As it becomes age-appropriate, parents are anxious to share their experiences with these films with their kids, and those kids become aware of who I am at a certain point. And that has been very, very good to me.