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Indiana Jones Returns to Punch Even More Nazis in Indy 5, Coming 2019

An announcement on the Walt Disney Company website revealed that the oft-rumored and much-alluded-to Indiana Jones 5 sequel is now officially confirmed, and on its way for release in 2019.

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Disney CEO Bob Iger Says ‘We Have Jack Sparrow’ in Response to Questions About Johnny Depp’s Abuse Allegations

The Hollywood Reporter recently published an in-depth interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger, during which Iger addresses everything from Bernie Sanders' criticism of the wages offered at Disney Parks to the recent restructuring of Marvel.

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Steven Spielberg’s Got Some Words About Indiana Jones’ Fate in Indiana Jones 5

Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are reuniting for Indiana Jones 5, but some fans are worried about Indy's fate.

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John Williams Returns to Score Indiana Jones 5 and Episode VIII

You've got that song stuck in your head now. You know the one.

John Williams will be returning to score Star Wars: Episode VIII and Indiana Jones 5. This doesn't come as much of a surprise or anything, but it's just really nice to hear it confirmed.

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Harrison Ford’s Advice to Actors Auditioning for Young Han Solo: “Don’t Do It”

More like Han Troll-o.

Harrison Ford was in rare form yesterday on Ellen. The actor, who surprised Ellen's audience by arriving at the last minute to help 'Chewbacca' promote Star Wars: The Force Awakens' upcoming digital and Blu-Ray release, was typically cantankerous as he talked about Indiana Jones 5 and the upcoming Han Solo standalone movie.

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Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Screenwriter Penning Indiana Jones 5

Aliens?!

Last week we learned that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg would actually be returning for that long-rumored fifth Indiana Jones movie. At the time, Disney didn't reveal who would be writing the fifth installment in the franchise, but The Hollywood Reporter claims the movie will be penned by David Koepp.

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Things We Saw Today: Mark Hamill Trolls Star Wars Fans While Offering John Boyega Birthday Greetings

This freaking guy.

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Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg Officially Returning for Indiana Jones 5 in 2019

Indy, we're home?

It's actually happening: according to a press release from Disney, Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are returning to the Indiana Jones franchise, with a release date set for July 19, 2019. Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall will also return as producers.

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Harrison Ford Wants to Do an Indiana Jones 5, but Do You Want That?

I get that we're all excited to see Harrison Ford reprise his role as Han Solo in The Force Awakens. I'm excited, too. But is that excitement causing us all to forget how disappointing Indiana Jones 4 was? It was pretty disappointing, as I recall. Yet Ford just told EW that he's 100% psyched about making more of Indy's adventures.

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Producer Frank Marshall Says They’re Not Recasting Indiana Jones for Future Movies

It's not the years, honey, it's the mileage.

Can you imagine anyone but Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones? It seems like producer Frank Marshall can't.

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Steven Spielberg Maybe Kinda Sorta Hints at an Indiana Jones Sequel With Harrison Ford

Just leave the crystal skulls at home this time. Please?

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Star-Lord Likely to Appear in Infinity War; Chris Pratt May Not Be Indiana Jones After All

Hey, Renner can't be the only A-Hole.

In a lengthy recent interview with GQ, Burt Macklin (alias Chris Pratt) spoke about the many franchises he's been rumored for recently.

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Anna Kendrick Whips Creepy Dudes into Shape as a Gender-Swapped Indiana Jones

Aca-eology!

We still have a while to wait for Disney's fifth Indiana Jones movie, but you can get your archeology jollies right now in this Anna Kendrick-starring "Indiana Jones Reboot" skit in honor of Red Nose Day.

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Ready Your Snakes, Lucasfilm Finally Confirms New Indiana Jones Movie Is on Its Way

"I always knew some day you'd come walking back through my door. I never doubted that."

Lucasfilm has finally confirmed that Indiana belongs in a theater again.

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Chris Pratt Talks Playing Indiana Jones, Says Everything “Would Have to Be Perfect to Do It”

Lucky that everything's already awesome.

Considering Saturday's news that Steven Spielberg apparently really wants Chris Pratt to star in the rumored upcoming fifth Indiana Jones film, it's no surprise that the actor fielded some Indiana queries on the Oscar red carpet last night.

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Disney Makes Distribution Deal For Lucasfilm Franchise Indiana Jones

It Belongs in a Museum!

When Disney acquired Lucasfilm last year, the property on most peoples' minds was Star Wars. But Indiana Jones was also part and parcel of that deal, a few things just needed to be worked out first. And now they have. And now we have to discuss a possible new Indiana Jones film.

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Harrison Ford to Add The Expendables 3 To The List of Classic Films He’s Appeared In, Is Totally Psyched For Indy 5

For A More Civilized Age

I feel perfectly fine lightly joshing Harrison Ford for choosing to appear in The Expendables 3, because I am one thousand percent sure that he couldn't care less about what I or anybody else thinks about his career choices. He's Grumpy God Harrison Ford. We're all plebes next to him. As it should be.

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Things We Saw Today: Up‘s Carl and Russell as Batman and Robin

Things We Saw Today

"Mr. Dark Knight Returns" by Abraham Lopez. I don't need to tell you why this is awesome. (via ScreenRant)

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Yet Another Update On Jurassic Park 4 & Indiana Jones 5

i'll just leave this here

Oh look, some more information on Jurassic Park 4 and Indiana Jones 5. LucasFilm new co-chairman Kathleen Kennedy is the most recent one involved who had something new to say. And I kid you not, one of her responses was a shrug. 

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Indiana Jones 5 Is Still Happening According To Karen Allen (Sigh)

BAD IDEAS FROM SMART PEOPLE

When last we heard about Indiana Jones 5, producer Frank Marshall said George Lucas wasn't writing it and that it wasn't likely to happen at all. Marion Ravenwood begs to differ. I mean, actress Karen Allen does. And if you think she's talking out of her ear, think again. She checked with Steven Spielberg first. 

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