Following the news that Phoebe Waller-Bridge had landed the female lead in the next Indiana Jones movie, Lucasfilm has found Harrison Ford’s next co-star in Mads Mikkelsen, who is set to join the next installment.
Disney/LucasFilm have confirmed today that Harrison Ford will be returning for the as-yet untitled Indiana Jones 5 and will be joined by new cast member Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Following yesterdays announcement that Lucasfilm Games will be “the official identity for all gaming titles from Lucasfilm, a name that encompasses the company’s rich catalog of video games and its eye toward the future” – the company has announced a new Indiana Jones game.
Frank Marshall has confirmed that James Mangold will be directing Indiana Jones 5, with Steven Spielberg on board as a producer.
Speaking to Collider, Marshall, who has served as a creative voice on all four Indiana Jones films, reiterated that Spielberg won’t be back to direct Indy 5 despite being attached to the project for several years. Instead, Mangold will be signing on as the director of Indy’s next adventure.
Disney confirmed a massive re-shuffling of its major upcoming titles due to the coronavirus pandemic earlier today including Mulan and several MCU Phase 4 entries.
The latest installment and still untitled entry of the Indiana Jones franchise has inevitably has been caught up in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Lucasfilm announced today (21st October 2016) that Donald Glover, will be playing the part of Lando Calrissian in the still-untitled Han Solo Star Wars film, helmed by directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Cloud City casanova Lando Calrissian himself will be making an appearance in the upcoming Han Solo spin-off movie, the second planned Star Wars anthology film.
In recent months reports surfaced that actor Alden Ehrenreich was in final negotiations to play the role of young Han Solo in a new standalone film, and today at Star Wars Celebration the casting was confirmed.
During the “Future Filmmakers” panel in London, directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller explained that they had auditioned 3,000 actors across the world for the coveted role, before finally landing on their choice. Ironically, Ehrenreich was not only the final choice — he was actually the first actor the directors ever saw for the role. Continue reading
Indiana Jones will be bullwhipping back onto the big screen in 2019 !!!!
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has continued its record-setting run around the world.