Fifth ‘Indiana Jones’ Film to be a Continuation Story, Not Prequel

Since we last heard, a fifth Indiana Jones film will in fact be made. Some rejoiced and others, not so much. But as the world of entertainment goes on, one stops to wonder, what will the story line contain?

While not much is being said about the film or cast, other than Harrison Ford returning, we finally have a clue of the plot.

According to Producer Frank Marshall, the story will be a continuation of the previous film. Variety reports, “Marshall said the next “Jones” installment will not be a prequel but a continuation of the story from where it left off with “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” in 2008.” Marshall was quoted saying, “It’s all about the story.”

With the film aiming for a July 19, 2019 release, there is much to be done.

If you were a fan of the fourth film, do you think continuing the story will be a good move? Let us know what you think!

Here’s a look at the previous film’s trailer as a refresher.



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