Indiana Jones 5 Director Reveals Filming End Date

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Indiana Jones 5 is still in production, though it seems like its filming is coming to an end very soon.

The film's director, James Mangold, responded to a fan's question on Twitter , noting how long is left till the finale of the shoot.

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Indiana Jones 5 Director Reveals Filming End Date

Acknowledging the fan's question of how long is left for filming, the Logan filmmaker stated that there is "about a month remaining."

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Indiana Jones 5 encountered numerous development issues over the past few years. The movie was initially announced after Disney acquired LucasFilm in 2012. Though we've seen a wealth of Star Wars projects, Indy has been left on the backburner.

Franchise veteran Steven Spielberg was also meant to direct, but eventually left following the film's delays and scheduling issues. After James Mangold signed on, filming finally began in July 2021 - another delay resulting from the pandemic.

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Harrison Ford picks up the whip once again and maybe for the final time. The archaeologist will be supported by a stacked cast that includes Mads Mikkelsen, Antonio Banderas, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, to name a few, though details about what the adventure will actually entail remain rather scant at present.

Indiana Jones 5 is slated to release in June 2023.