The 78-year-old actor will once again dress as the iconic archaeologist, very famous in the 80s. We'll tell you all about it!
Harrison Ford is getting ready to wear the iconic Indiana Jones hat again in 2022, the year in which the fifth and final part of the intrepid archaeologist's adventures is expected to premiere.
The Disney company reported these news at a conference and generated the deep joy of fans of the saga on social media.
Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm, announced:
We are in pre-production for the next and final episode of Indiana Jones. Of course, Indy himself, Harrison Ford, will be back to end this iconic character's journey.
This is the first film that will not have Steven Spielberg behind the camera. James Mangold, who directed films like Logan or Le Mans 66, will be in charge of coordinating the fifth part of Indiana Jones.
Filming is expected to begin in the spring of 2021 and the film's release will take place in July of 2021.
In 1981, Harrison Ford (who had already gained popularity for his role as Han Solo in Star Wars), first took on the role of "Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark."
In 1984 the sequel would come out, also internationally acclaimed and called "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom."
"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" in 1989 featured the recently deceased Sean Connery in the role of the archaeologist's father.
The fourth part, "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull", was a box office success in 2008 but the critics did not receive it in the best way.
Now the last film in the saga will finally arrive, which has been promised since 2016 and postponed due to different circumstances and misunderstandings through the years.