'Indiana Jones 5' News & Update: Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg Film Still Need One Important Thing For It To Finally Happen

8:00 AM EDT 3/15/2017 by Colt, Celebeat Reporter

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After Harrison Ford's iconic character, Han Solo, died in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," he will be reprising one of his memorable roles once again. Disney surprised everyone when they announced that "Indiana Jones 5" is set to return in the big screen soon. However, the much-awaited fifth installment may be facing a setback in its development.

Although the "Indiana Jones 5" release date has already been set, Movie Web revealed that the Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg team-up is still in need of a script. Without a script, there is no movie to develop. This update could spell trouble to the highly-anticipated "Indiana Jones 5." Disney, Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg has yet to announce an update regarding this matter.

This is not the first problem that the movie has faced. Collider has previously reported that George Lucas is no longer involved in "Indiana Jones 5." George Lucas is well-known filmmaker, best known for creating "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" franchise. Shockingly, the report revealed that Steven Spielberg has decided to move on with the fifth installment without George Lucas.

The site revealed that Steven Spielberg and George Lucas have different ideas for "Indiana Jones 5." Although the filmmaker has always been a part of the franchise, it seems that he and Steven Spielberg just can't seem to settle their disagreement for the film that led to George Lucas' exit.

Speculations about the "Indiana Jones 5" movie has been swirling ever since Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, but the studio's first priority was understandably resurrecting "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Despite the lack of script and announcement, "Indiana Jones 5" is set to release in the US on July, 19, 2019. Do you think the "Indiana Jones 5" release date will be moved since it doesn't have a script yet? Let us know in the comments section below!

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