It would be pretty disappointing if the Indiana Jones franchise went out on a low note. Of course, I'm talking about the fourth film in the series, 2008's The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Talk of a fifth film has been heating up as of late and at last night's 2015 British Academy Britannia Awards, Steven Spielberg made comments hinting that a fifth film starring Harrison Ford is on the horizon.
"I can't wait to work with you again on Indiana Jones 5," the director said in a pre-taped tribute video to Ford, who received the Albert R Broccoli Britannia award. Before you get too excited, he added, "This is NO announcement, just my fervent hope."
Everyone involved with the Indiana Jones franchise seems confident that a fifth film will happen in the future, but as of right now there is no script, screenwriter or clear direction. However, at some point all the key players -- Kathleen Kennedy, Spielberg, Ford and Frank Marshall -- will sit down and figure it out.
Indiana Jones 5 is rumored for the fourth quarter of 2018.