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    Harrison Ford has played daredevil archaeologist Indiana Jones for more than 40 years - and he's about to unpack his hat and whip for one final adventure. Speaking at the last night’s premiere, the cast and crew reflected on the franchise and what it was like to film the final instalment.

    “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” slung its webs back atop the box office ranks while “The Flash” saw a drop faster than the film’s speedy character. The Spidey animated sequel -- starring Shameik Moore as the teenage webslinger Miles Morales — reclaimed the No. 1 spot in its fourth week in North American theaters, scoring $19.3 million. The latest number helped the Sony film reach $317.1 million domestically and an impressive $560.3 million worldwide. “Spider-Verse” beat out “Elemental,” which took second place for the second week in a row with an estimated $18.5 million. The film held on to the spot after experiencing Pixar’s worst three-day opening last week.


    During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the Israeli actress was asked if she will play Diana Prince/Wonder Woman ever again, following the cancellation of the superhero's third standalone movie - and she hinted that she's working on her return.

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