First Indiana Jones 5 movie debuts

After a long wait from fans and an even longer wait between movies, Walt Disney Studios and Lucasfilm have released some of the first footage from Indiana Jones 5. of Harrison Ford’s return to his iconic character. The fifth film in the series, scheduled for release on June 30, 2023, marks the first time in 15 years that Ford puts on the fedora and picks up the whip. Check out the footage for Indiana Jones 5 below

Indiana Jones 5 will see Harrison Ford’s return to his iconic character once again, but alongside him will seemingly be a cast of all-new characters. Confirmed to appear in the film are the likes of Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Solo: A Star Wars Story), Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal, Doctor Strange), Thomas Kretschmann (Avengers: Age of Ultron, Westworld), Boyd Holbrook (Logan, the predator), Shaunette Renee Wilson (Black Panther), Antonio Banderas (Zorro’s mask) and Toby Jones (Captain America: The First Avenger). However, at least one familiar face will return with John Rhys-Davies reappearing as Sallah. For the first time in the franchise’s history, the film will also not be directed by Steven Spielberg Logan and Ford vs Ferraris James Mangold steps behind the camera for the new sequel.

Is Indiana Jones 5 the last movie?

It’s worth noting that Lucasfilm didn’t expressly said the fifth Indiana Jones movie is the last in the franchise, but everything surrounding the movie has largely hinted at it being the finale in the series. At the introduction of the film’s trailer at D23 earlier this year, Ford said, “This is it, I’m not falling for you again!” Moreover, Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm, said the same thing Vanity purse and told them, “We would never make Indiana Jones without Harrison Ford. I can tell you I just finished the fifth movie and there wasn’t a day I wasn’t on set where I wasn’t like, ‘Yeah – this is Indiana Jones.'”

Despite this, there are reports that the Indiana Jones franchise may be expanded back into television on a large scale. It was previously reported that a Disney+ TV series was in the works as a spin-off of the feature films, with later news revealing that it would follow Abner Ravenwood, Marion Ravenwood’s father and mentor to Indiana Jones. If the series sees the light of day, it would mark the continuation of the series, just in a way that doesn’t require Harrison Ford.

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