Indiana Jones 5 (2022)

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The Walt Disney Studios and Paramount Pictures have reached a distribution and marketing agreement for the Indiana Jones franchise.

Under the arrangement, Disney gains distribution and marketing rights to future films, in addition to retaining its current ownership rights which it secured when it acquired Lucasfilm.

Paramount will continue to be responsible for distribution of the first four films in the franchise and will receive a financial participation on any future films that are produced and released.

Though Disney now owns the rights they have not officially announced that a fifth films is in the works.

Back in August while promoting his Relativity film “Paranoia,” Harrison Ford expressed interest in doing another film but as of right now no writers have been set to write a script and Steven Spielberg has not committed to a sequel. ... 200927216/

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Bacon wrote::blank:

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Will Spielberg at least still be a producer?

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OMG, sooo THIS.

Star Wars was welcomed... this is just... horrific.

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Wasn't this kind of generally assumed when they bought LucasFilm they'd have Indy as well?

I imagine they'd make an animated series out of it more than anything else:

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