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James Mangold is taking over for Steven Spielberg on Indiana Jones 5, and Mangold recently tweeted out something that may indicate when and where the next Indy adventure is set: 1960s New York. Indiana Jones is a globe-trotting series, so it’s highly unlikely the entire film would be set in the Big Apple.

The ‘Indiana Jones’ Movies That Could Have Been The Indiana Jones franchise turns 40 next year, and to mark the milestone event, a brand new movie will hit theaters. Harrison Ford is returning as the titular archaeologist, but Steven Spielberg appears to be handing the reins over to another director. Who knows what to expect from the next outing, but it should be a fun, pulpy adventure nonetheless. Throughout the years, however, other Indy movies have been discussed that could have resulted in more screen adventures for the archaeologist.

Can ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Find Redemption? Indiana Jones 5 has a production date. But, can they give us what we need to make a truly great sequel? At the Rakuten TV Empire Awards in London, Steven Spielberg confirmed that Indiana Jones 5 will start filming in April 2019. It’s exciting in the sense that we’ve finally got a confirmed start date for production. That said, this isn’t quite a news item. It certainly isn’t the first time we’ve hit the this-is-not-a-drill stage.

Steven Spielberg Reveals ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Production Start Date Steven Spielberg has teased the production start date for “Indiana Jones 5,” saying that he will start filming the next adventure next spring. According to multiple media reports, the director confirmed at the Rakuten TV Empire Awards on Sunday night that he will begin production next April in the United Kingdom. “It’s always worth the trip when I get to work with this deep bench of talent coming out of the UK,” Spielberg said during his acceptance speech, according to

7 Reasons Why ‘The BFG’ Is a Big Unfriendly Bomb for Disney On the surface “The BFG” has more in its favor than most movies: An award-winning director with a time-tested box office track record; solid reviews; and the backing of the seemingly unstoppable Disney — by far the most successful studio of this year so far. But this weekend’s grosses for the adaptation of the Roald Dahl book are extremely modest for a movie that cost an estimated $140 million to produce. Directed by Steven Spielberg, “The BFG” has made only $12 million so far and is expected to end the long holiday weekend with less than $20 million domesti

Steven Spielberg, on the Technology Behind ‘The BFG’ – and His First-Ever Fart Joke Audiences are in for a big treat (make that a really big treat) when Steven Spielberg’s The BFG hits theaters this 4th of July weekend. Bringing together the talents of three of the world’s greatest dreamers — Spielberg, Walt Disney and Roald Dahl —the movie mixes tender storytelling, great performances and never-before-seen special effects to create a larger than life wonder that’s giant fun for the whole family.  Based on the Dahl classic, The BFG...Read MoreRead Comments

Sound Off: Steven Spielberg's 'The BFG' - What Did You Think of It? Now that you've seen it, what did you think? " The world is more giant than you can imagine." Now playing in theaters everywhere is the newest Steven Spielberg movie, an adaptation of the Roald Dahl book The BFG - which stands for The Big Friendly Giant. Ruby Barnhill stars as Sophie, a young girl who befriends the "BFG", played by Oscar winner Mark Rylance. The full cast includes Penelope Wilton, Jemaine Clement, Rebecca Hall, Rafe Spall, plus Bill Hader as one of the other giants. So how is it? Does it live up to Roald Dahl's book?

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