Indiana Jones 5: is it happening? Is Jones coming back to work? Check out for release date, cast, plot and more details.

Indiana Jones is an American media franchise and movie series created by George Lucas. The franchise took birth in 1981 with the film Raiders of the lost ark. It is based on the adventures of Dr. Henry Walton “Indiana” Jones, Jr., a fictional professor of archaeology. After the first film, 3 more films came out named Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). All of these movies were directed by Steven Spielberg.

India Jones 5: Will it happen? Release date
Director Steven Spielberg said that the franchise will continue,”only if you [the audience] want more.” And when it comes to a successful and iconic franchise like India Jones, the audience does want more. Indiana Jones 5 will be a sequel to the previous installment and will come out in 2021. However it may change due to the recent Coronavirus outbreak.

Steven Spielberg has stepped down from the position of the director saying that he wanted to “pass along Indy’s whip to a new generation to bring their perspective to the story.” But he is still an “Hands-on” producer. James Mangold has entered early negotiations to be the director.

Indiana Jones 5 Cast
Good news for fans!!! Harrison Ford is coming back for the role of Indiana Jones. Karen Allen will comeback for her role of Marion Ravenwood. Also it is confirmed that Mutt Williams won’t be present in the fifth film. It means no Shia LaBeouf. Rest of the cast is still unknown.

Indiana Jones 5 plot
In 2020, Harrison Ford stated that the script was “very good” and would show “new developments in [Indiana Jones’] life, his relationship”, also resolving “part of his history”. Marshall stated that the film would be a direct sequel to Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and continue the plot where the previous film left off. Steven Spielberg stated that Indiana Jones would not be killed off. Iger said the future of the franchise with Ford was unknown, but that the fifth film “won’t be just a one-off”.