He had taken a similar step with Jurassic World, a reboot of his three Jurassic Park films, that was directed by Colin Trevorrow in 2015.
James Mangold is in talks to direct Indiana Jones 5 for Disney and Lucasfilm, changing Steven Spielberg behind the digital camera. That's according to Variety who broke the news last night that the legendary filmmaker has made a decision to step down as director for the long-in-development upcoming Indiana Jones 5. Yeah, he'll be a producer but will reportedly be very hands-on with the project, which does make some sense.
It's a busy year for Mangold, who is already attached to two direct two big projects, including the Bob Dylan biopic starring Timothee Chalamet, and an adaptation of Don Winslow's novel The Force, with leading man Matt Damon. However with Indiana Jones 5, the reasoning in the lend a hand of Spielberg's departure is a runt diversified.
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Ford cited the recent Marvel movies as as the kinds of cinematic success he wanted the next Indiana Jones movie to emulate: "We're not going to make another Indiana Jones unless we are in a position to kill it".
At the moment, the next installment of the Indiana Jones The movie series is expected to venture into theaters on July 9, 2021.
"We're working away, getting the script where we want it to be and then we'll be ready to go", Kennedy said.
Jonathan Kasdan, son of Raiders scribe Lawrence Kasdan, is writing the screenplay, which was originally being penned by Crystal Skull vet, David Koepp.