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Published On: Sun, Jul 28th, 2019

‘Indiana Jones 5’ may start filming in April, still set for 2021

Will Indiana Jones be back in 2021? Will the film actually live up to the planned release date? A new report points in that direction.

As per Discussing FilmIndiana Jones 5 is looking at an April 2020 start: “Steven Spielberg’s ‘INDIANA JONES 5’ is eyeing to begin filming in April 2020 in London. (EXCLUSIVE)”

Not much is known about the new film other than the movie will be scrapping Jon Kasdan’s script in favor of a new one from Dan Fogelman (Cars, Tangled). There is no hint what kind of story to expect, but it’s said that Harrison Ford will be coming back as everyone’s favorite archeologist, and fans speculate that he’ll properly pass on the torch this time around.

Back in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, it looked like the franchise was ready to pass on the torch to Shia LaBeouf’s Mutt Williams, but the movie was poorly received, and it’s said that LaBeouf won’t be coming back for this film.

All of the passing torch rumors are just that, rumors, but seem likely as the Mouse House will want to reboot the franchise, setup a big time star to take over and deliver billions and billions in the form of a new trilogy. Chris Pratt (and Chris Pine for some reason) top the list of likely suspects, but Spielberg once remarked about a female lead, so…there’s that.

Indiana Jones 5 is set to for a release on July 9, 2021.

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