'Indiana Jones 5' News & Update: Harrison Ford's Character May End Up Like Han Solo In 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
Han Solo's demise in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will probably be marked as one of the most shocking deaths ever in the movie industry. With that unpredictable turn on events, many were fearing that another of Harrison Ford's character may suffer the same fate as well. Will the most popular archaeologist be spared in "Indiana Jones 5?"
At the age of 74, Harrison Ford is definitely not showing signs of slowing down. As a matter of fact, the A-list actor and film producer is set to reprise his role in "Indiana Jones 5." "There is only one Indiana Jones, and he's it," Frank Marshall told NY Daily News at the BAFTA L.A. Awards Season Party. "I think you saw that there's only one Han Solo, and he did it, so I am very positive he'll be able to pull it off again."
Whether the famous archaeologist will also die or be saved in "Indiana Jones 5" is still a mystery. After all, the fifth installment is still lacking one important thing for the development to happen. Although the "Indiana Jones 5" release date has already been set, a report revealed that the film is still in need of a script. Without a script, there is no movie to develop. This update could spell trouble to the highly-anticipated "Indiana Jones 5."
This is not the first problem that the movie has faced. Collider has previously reported that George Lucas is no longer involved in "Indiana Jones 5." George Lucas is well-known filmmaker, best known for creating the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" franchise. Shockingly, the report revealed that Steven Spielberg has decided to move on with "Indiana Jones 5" without George Lucas.
Whispers and speculations about the "Indiana Jones 5" movie have been swirling ever since Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, but the studio's first priority was understandably resurrecting "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Despite the lack of script and announcement, "Indiana Jones 5" is set to release in the US on July, 19, 2019.