Harrison Ford will return to get into the skin of the famous archaeologist at the orders of the director of 'Logan'. The premiere, scheduled for the summer of 2022.
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), the well-known archaeologist played by Harrison Ford will once again return to the big screen on July 29, 2022, with James Mangold (Logan, Ford v Ferrari, The Walk) behind the scenes to replace Steven Spielberg. The last news we had about the sequel dates back to April and, in statements to Collider, his producer Frank Marshall has updated the status of the script and praised Mangold himself.
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Although originally Steven Spielberg was going to repeat as a director in the fifth installment of Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), the film will finally feature James Mangold in the chair. And, according to Frank Marshall, the also producer of Interrupted Innocence was the perfect candidate for the task. "His love for the franchise. He is a wonderful filmmaker. I think he also has a relationship with Harrison. All the right pieces fit at the right time." But there is more. Despite the goodbye as director of the King Midas of Hollywood, he remains as a producer. "We have the best of everything."
WHAT ABOUT THE SCRIPT
On the script, which Jonathan Kasdan and David Koepp have been handling so far, Marshall has pointed out that the process has just begun, perhaps a sign that Mangold has decided to make plot changes. It's filming, of course, will not start immediately due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus. "First of all, obviously, is security for everyone," said Marshall.
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"The cast, the team, and all of us. So we are looking carefully at the recommendations that are coming out, from the health experts, from the studies and from the different parts of the industry, and we are simply trying to incorporate everything to be able to go ahead and Be safe. Obviously, it's going to slow things down, so we're trying to adapt. " No scenes involving many people; no food services. safety first.
Until Indiana Jones 5 takes shape and we get closer to the summer of 2022, check out these lines for the Indiana Jones trailer and The Last Crusade, available on Netflix and Amazon.