As production continues on Lucasfilm’s Indiana Jones 5, new behind-the-scenes photos from the Scotland set of the upcoming fifth and final installment to the blockbuster adventure franchise have surfaced online. The new Indiana Jones 5 set photos, which you can check out below, provide us our first look at female lead Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s unnamed character wearing a 1960s-like outfit. Details about Waller-Bridge’s character and how will she connect to the titular explorer are still being kept under wraps.
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This comes after less than a month since it was confirmed that Harrison Ford had sustained a shoulder injury while rehearsing for one of the film’s many fight sequences. It’s unclear if the 78-year-old actor has already recovered from the said injury or not, but Disney previously revealed that production will continue despite this setback.
Indiana Jones 5 will once again be led by Harrison Ford as he reprises one of his most iconic roles as the titular explorer. Joining him as the female lead is Emmy and Golden Globe winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge. The final installment will also feature the introduction of other franchise newcomers Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, Boyd Holbrook, and Shaunette Renée Wilson, who have been cast in undisclosed roles.
The long-awaited film is being directed by Oscar nominee James Mangold (Logan) from a new screenplay he is co-writing with Jez and John-Henry Butterworth, who collaborated on Ford v Ferrari. Mangold took over the director’s chair last year after Steven Spielberg had exited his directorial duties for the film. Despite his exit, he will still remain part of the film’s production as a producer.
Indiana Jones 5 will be produced by Kathleen Kennedy, original franchise director Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Simon Emanuel, with John Williams returning to score the film, continuing a musical journey that began 40 years ago with Raiders of the Lost Ark.
The untitled project is currently scheduled to be released on July 29, 2022.