INDIANA JONES 5 Has Now Officially Wrapped Production

The still untitled fifth installment in the iconic Indiana Jones franchise has now officially wrapped production, and producer Frank Marshall has shared a behind-the-scenes photo of an "Indy" crew cap.

Long-time Indiana Jones producer Frank Marshall recently announced that production on the still untitled fifth instalment in the iconic franchise was nearing the "home stretch," and he's now taken to Twitter to reveal that filming has officially wrapped.

Marshall shared a photo of a crew hat with the abbreviated logo, "Indy," which has led to speculation that this will be the title of the movie. That seems highly unlikely, however, as the actual title will almost certainly stick with the "Indiana Jones and the..." tradition.

Director James Mangold also posted a shot which appears to be taken from the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Indiana Jones 5 will reportedly find Dr. Jones once again coming up against his favorite foes, the Nazis. We also have confirmation that the movie will be set in the 1960s during the space race, possibly incorporating elements of Operation Paperclip. The setting would place this adventure after the events of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, but since previous set photos have confirmed that Ford will be "de-aged" for certain scenes, it's safe to assume that the story will play out over different time-periods.

Harrison Ford will return as the legendary archaeologist/adventurer, and he'll be joined by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Solo: A Star Wars Story), Shaunette Renee Wilson (Black Panther), Antonio Banderas (Desperado, Uncharted) and Mads Mikkelsen (Another Round, Doctor Strange).

John Williams will return as composer. Kathleen Kennedy, Steven Spielberg, and Simon Emanuel will serve as producers. Indy 5 will whip into theaters July 29, 2022.

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