Recently in an interview, the 77-year-old American actor Harrison Ford has confirmed that the movie Indiana Jones 5 will be under production sometime in 2020, which denies all earlier statements that said the producers should start filming it much more sooner than that (this month to be precise).

I’m looking forward to it,” Ford said. “Things are coming along well.

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Indiana Jones 5 will be the last movie in the series that stars Harrison Ford.

Indiana Jones is an American movie series that tell a story about the journey of a fictional professor of archaeology named Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones, Jr. The franchise has 4 individual movies so far: the first one was Raiders of the Lost Ark which was released in 1981, followed by its prequel Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in 1984. The third movie had a title of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, was released in 1989. The latest movie and also the fourth one, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, came to the big screen in 2008, and was the last in the franchise to be produced by Paramount Pictures.

The series was originally started by George Lucas with the direction of Steven Spielberg. Harrison Ford starred as the main character.

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Indiana Jones with Harrison Ford has been an iconic series

Fans have seen another joke from Ford where he humorously told the audience there would be no one else that can inherit his role as Indiana Jones when he retired from this franchise. The funny thing is, his statement somewhat denies the comments by director of the movie Steven Spielberg, which said Indiana Jones 5 could be the last title on the franchise starring Harrison Ford, but the series “will certainly continue” without him.

Although some sources of news had claimed that Indiana Jones will come to the big screen in July 2020, the movie is officially scheduled to its release on July 9, 2021 by Disney. Shooting was expected to start in April 2019, but was unfortunately delayed, in part, due to the script take-over from David Koepp to Jonathan Kasdan.