Indiana Jones 5’s Producer Tells Fans Not To Worry About The Movie

Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones

Indiana Jones 5’s producer, Frank Marshall, has revealed that fans of the franchise should not be worried about the upcoming movie.

Disney is making another Indiana Jones movie, which is great news.

However, some fans are rather worried about this upcoming movie and they good reason to be.

First off, Harrison Ford is pretty old these days.

He won’t be able to do the same stunts he was doing in the first movies.

There’s also the fact that the last Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, was bad.

Anyway, the film’s producer, Frank Marshall has revealed that fans really shouldn’t worry about the next Indiana Jones movie.

Indiana Jones 5 is going to be good according to its producer

Indiana Jones 5 Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford as Indianan Jones – Credit: Disney

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Here’s what Marshall told MovieWeb about Indiana Jones 5:

The number one thing, obviously, is the safety of everybody – the cast, the crew, and all of us. So, we’re looking at the guidelines that are coming slowly, from the health experts and the studios and the different parts of the business, and we’re just trying to incorporate everything, so we can move forward and be safe. It’s going to obviously slow things down, so we’re trying to adjust.

You won’t see a lot of big crowd scenes, for example, for a while. There won’t be any more craft service, so maybe that’ll be good for people, in keeping more fit. It’s a moving target right now. There are a lot of people working on the solutions, to be able to work and be safe.

Hopefully, Indiana Jones 5 will be better than the fourth movie in the franchise.

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