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Disney Will Release MARY POPPINS RETURNS Sooner Than Expected

Disney and Lucasfilm will now release Indiana Jones 5 just ahead of Harrison Ford's 79th birthday Indiana Jones 5 Gets New 2021 Release Date Ryan Scott
Adrian Cunningham | 12 July, 2018, 07:10

The plan had originally been to film Indiana Jones 5 in the United Kingdom starting in April 2019 for a July 10, 2020 release date, but because of the new script and other concerns, it's unlikely the movie will arrive on schedule.

It was reported that Indiana Jones 5 would miss its previously scheduled release date set for 2020 due to conflicts over the script, however, a new release date for the film hadn't yet been announced.

The release date delay was initially announced only a couple of weeks ago, and coincided with the production bringing on a new screenwriter - specifically, Solo: A Star Wars Story's Jonathan Kasdan. Something else has to budge off that release date on to Christmas Day.

Today, thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we have a new release date - July 9th, 2021.

While Ford remains committed to star as the iconic archaeologist once again with Steven Spielberg returning to direct, one can't help but wonder if time on the project is starting to run out.

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Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt's Jungle Cruise now will set sail on a week later on October 11, 2019, and Disney had an unspecified live-action title scheduled for May 29, 2020, that has been designated to Maleficent 2. The timing begs some questions, such as... well, hey, do we really still need to do this?

Indiana Jones will be swinging back into theaters a little later than expected.

At some point in the near future (if we're not there already), Harrison Ford isn't going to be able to play an action hero type any more.

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