Indiana Jones 5
In an interview on the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Honors' red carpet, Harrison Ford responds to a question about Chris Pratt joining Indiana Jones 5.
On the heels of a change in writers, a new report has surfaced that production of Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones 5 has been delayed again.
Solo: A Star Wars Story screenwriter Jonathan Kasdan has reportedly signed on to write director's fifth Indiana Jones film.
Following the release of Ready Player One, a new report indicates director Steven Spielberg could turn his focus to Indiana Jones 5.
Screenwriter David Koepp reveals Shia LaBeouf won't reprise his role as Mutt Williams in the long-discussed fifth Indiana Jones film.
"Star Wars: Episode IX" and the fifth "Indiana Jones" film now have official release dates, along with the "Frozen" sequel and more.
Unlike previous Indiana Jones films, the next one won't feature an idea from George Lucas.
While "Indiana Jones" won't build into a cinematic universe quite like "Star Wars," there are more archaeological adventures in Disney's future.
Director Steven Spielberg said he's "super excited" to return to the franchise and reveals one thing about the upcoming film's end.
Williams joked that he wants to work on "Episode VIII" because he doesn't "want anybody else writing music for Daisy Ridley."
"Indiana Jones 5" will not recast Indiana Jones, as producer Frank Marshall assures fans that Harrison Ford will always play that character.
Confirming he'd love to don the signature fedora again, the 73-year-old actor also addresses the return of Han Solo: "There’s a lot of the rogue still left in Solo. Some things don’t change.”
The franchise producer has shot down persistent rumors that Disney could replace star Harrison Ford: "We’re not doing the Bond thing."
Take a deep breath, because the acclaimed filmmaker was only joking. Probably.