Plot details are unknown. Harrison Ford will don the fedora one more time as the world famous archeologist, Indiana Jones.
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Disney officially pushes Indiana Jones 5 back to a 2021 release date after the project underwent some changes behind the scenes.
Lucasfilm is working on Indiana Jones 5, and we've got everything you need to know about the upcoming project all in one place.
Solo: A Star Wars Story screenwriter Jonathan Kasdan confirms he's writing the script for Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones 5, starring Harrison Ford.
Lucasfilm had big plans for 2020 with Indiana Jones 5 and possible Star Wars movies, but now that's changed - and it could be for the best.
Solo: A Star Wars Story co-writer Jonathan Kasdan has reportedly been hired to write Indiana Jones 5, taking over for David Koepp.
Steven Spielberg is open to the idea of making the next Indiana Jones lead a woman after Harrison Ford retires from the role.
Steven Spielberg has cast The Hangover's Ken Jeong to portray an adult version of Short Round in the upcoming Indiana Jones 5.
Ready Player One author Ernest Cline reveals Spielberg never mentioned the book's dig at Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull.
Legendary director Steven Spielberg has confirmed that the fifth movie in the Indiana Jones franchise is on schedule to begin filming in Spring 2019.
Steven Spielberg is considering a Leonard Bernstein biopic as his followup to Indiana Jones 5, rather than the West Side Story remake.
Steven Spielberg hopes to begin filming Indiana Jones 5 in 2019, well ahead of the highly-anticipated sequel's summer 2020 release date.
Steven Spielberg's future plans after the release of Ready Player One may include a West Side Story remake, following Indiana Jones 5.
John Rhys-Davies expresses interest in reprising his role as Sallah in Disney and Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones 5, starring Harrison Ford.
Indiana Jones 5 screenwriter David Koepp confirms that Mutt (Shia LaBeouf) won't be appearing in the movie and that production could begin soon.
Disney Parks & Resorts is rumored to be looking to build an Indiana Jones Land inside the Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World.
Steven Spielberg reveals that his least favorite Indiana Jones film is Temple of Doom, meaning he likes Kingdom of the Crystal Skull more.