indiana jones 5
Steven Spielberg is officially set to direct Indiana Jones 5 starring Harrison Ford, with a Summer 2019 release date in mind.
Steven Spielberg is still interested in making Indiana Jones 5 and echoes producer Frank Marshall in saying Harrison Ford won't be replaced.
Harrison Ford discusses playing older Han Solo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and his continued interest in making Indiana Jones 5.
Indiana Jones producer Frank Marshall provides an update on Indiana Jones 5, saying that they will not replace Harrison Ford as Indy.
'Indiana Jones' producer Frank Marshall claims a fifth installment hasn't been discussed yet, even as a rumored release date emerges.
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy says that another Indiana Jones movie will be made, but script development hasn't begun just yet.
Steven Spielberg reportedly wants Chris Pratt to headline the 'Indiana Jones' reboot, with the filmmaker himself calling the shots.
Chris Pratt states that playing Indiana Jones would be an 'awesome opportunity' for him, but is he the best choice for the role?
The ‘X-Men: First Class’ director Matthew Vaughn said he would be ‘very interested’ in directing a ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Indiana Jones’ film.
Disney/Lucasfilm has reportedly begun planning an 'Indiana Jones' reboot and Chris Pratt is the studios' current top pick to take over Harrison Ford's role.
Disney CEO Robert Iger says the studio would 'love' to make 'Indiana Jones 5' but are 'pacing themselves' with the 'Star Wars' franchise.
Will 'Twilight' star Robert Pattinson be next to pick up Indiana Jones' hat and whip? We take a look at the latest casting rumor.
If 'Indiana Jones 5' doesn't begin moving forward soon, then rumor has it the title role may be recast for a new 'Indiana Jones' movie trilogy.
Jack Reynor (Transformers 4) is rumored to star in 'Star Wars: Episode VII', while 'Star Wars' staff members may be contracted to work on 'Indiana Jones 5'.
The 'Star Wars: Episode VII' script has yet to be turned in, and 'Indiana Jones 5' is still several years away, according to Disney Chairman Alan Horn.