Disney has revealed plans for a fifth Indiana Jones film, with Harrison Ford back as Indie and Spelberg back in the directors chair. This is unsurprising but slightly annoying news. The fourth Indiana Instalment was pretty badly received so trying to imagine a decent 5th film is quite hard.
Harrison Ford will also be reprising his role of Deckard in a Blade Runner sequel coming later next year.
Indiana Jones has not hung up his fedora just yet: Disney have announced the dry-yet-derring archaeologist will be back for a fifth, as yet untitled, instalment. The film will be released on 19 July 2019, 11 years after the ill-received fourth in the series, Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Crystal Skull. Steven Spielberg, who oversaw all previous films, will return, as will star Harrison Ford, despite rumours that his advancing years might see him handing the whip to a younger actor, with Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper and Shia LaBeouf (who featured in the fourth film) all mooted as possible replacements.