Steven Spielberg Made A Promise About Indiana Jones 5

With a new Indiana Jones movie in development, everybody is wondering what Steven Spielberg is planning for the aging archaeologist to do. While we don’t know those answers yet, there is one thing we know we won’t be seeing. Steven Spielberg says that the one thing that won’t happen is the death of Indiana Jones.

Spielberg is currently on a press tour for ‘The BFG’ and when asked about Indy 5, the director said he will not reveal any plot details, which, for what it’s worth, seems to imply that such details exist, but he did tell the reporters one thing which is actually quite valuable.

The one thing I will tell you is I’m not killing off Harrison [Ford] at the end of it.

While we wouldn’t necessarily have expected the death of Indiana Jones in the new movie, it’s still good to know it won’t be happening. One of the many things wrong with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was the film’s attempt to set up a new actor as an heir apparent for Indy. The fact that said actor was Shia LeBeouf didn’t help matters.

In addition to the return of Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg, the only other thing we know for sure is that John Williams will be back to score the film.

What does the news that Indiana Jones will survive his next adventure mean to you? Comments!


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Connie T says:

    Did you draw this? It is so good.

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    1. DPNews says:

      No i’m sorry, i asked somebody if i could use this picture 😀 i do draw the pictures sometimes though, like lightning mcqueen and spider man 🙂


  2. I’m happy that they’re not thinking of killing Indiana Jones off – I think that would be stupid and pointless! Hopefully the movie is slightly better than the last. I didn’t think the fourth movie was awful or anything, but parts of it annoyed me! Great post!

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