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Old, grey, and just getting started: how increased life expectancy has changed our view of ageing

Longer living can open up more possibilities for all of us

By Stefan Stern  

Photo: CNP/SIPA USA/PA Images

Good news for Indiana Jones fans, possibly. The fifth and (this time they mean it) final outing for Harrison Ford as the swashbuckling adventurer is going into production, and will be released in 2022, when Ford will be 80 years old.

You might have thought that, having appeared in a film called Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade in 1989, our hero would have drawn a line on all this activity around about then. That film ends with Indiana and his father, played by Sean Connery, literally riding off into the sunset.

But no, this was not…

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