Indiana Jones 5 is getting delayed by a year with Disney announcing an official 2020 release date.
Producer Frank Marshall confirms that nothing has been put down on paper in terms of the Indiana Jones 5 story.
Screenwriter David Koepp has revealed that George Lucas is not involved in the story for Indiana Jones 5.
Disney CEO Bob Iger teases that Indiana Jones won't be a sweeping franchise like Star Wars, but it won't end with this next installment either.
Indiana Jones is coming back to theaters in 2019, and we know at the very least that he won't die.
John Williams confirms he will score Star Wars: Episode VIII, while Steven Spielberg says the composer is returning for Indiana Jones 5.
Producer Frank Marshall reveals that Indiana Jones 5 will be a continuation of Crystal Skull, and says Harrison Ford won't be replaced.
Harrison Ford says he's always wanted to make another Indiana Jones movie, but only if two things happened.
Harrison Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, where he joked about his contract for Indiana Jones 5.
Jurassic Park screenwriter and longtime Steven Spielberg collaborator will pen Indiana Jones 5.
Is beleaguered actor Shia LaBeouf a smart choice to reprise his role as Mutt Williams in Indiana Jones 5?
Harrison Ford will reprise his iconic title role in Indiana Jones 5, with Steven Spielberg directing and Disney setting a 2019 release date.
Disney CEO Bob Iger claims that the long-awaited Indiana Jones 5 is in fact happening, although he won't offer any sort of time table.
Director Steven Spielberg says he would never replace Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, and that he still plans on making Indiana Jones 5.
Harrison Ford says he'd love to play Indiana Jones one more time with director Steven Spielberg at the helm.
Producer Frank Marshall clears up rumors that Indiana Jones 5 will recast the title character, but hints a new character may be introduced.
Despite rumors that Chris Pratt wants to take over as Indiana Jones, director Steven Spielberg still hopes to make another sequel with Harrison Ford.
An unconfirmed report claims that Disney is planning a late 2018 release for a new Indiana Jones sequel, but one of the producers claims it's untrue.
Chris Pratt says there's no truth to the Ghostbusters rumor, and he is far too busy for Indiana Jones at the moment.
Kathleen Kennedy confirms that Disney owns the rights to Indiana Jones and that a new movie will be made, but no one is sure when.