The release of "Indiana Jones 5" is still about a year away. Nevertheless, the farewell of two Hollywood legends is already approaching. One is film composer John Williams, who hinted at his retirement in an interview with AP. He revealed he was currently working on "Indiana Jones 5" and would most likely turn his back on composing for films afterwards. This means that one of the biggest Hollywood artists will be leaving, as the 90-year-old John Williams has composed the soundtracks of countless global hits. These include the well-known "Indiana Jones" films, "Star Wars", "Jurassic Park", "Harry Potter" and many others. However, it seems that Williams does not want to stop working altogether. He has already announced his intention to keep on writing concert music.
The other person to give up his work is Harrison Ford, who will reach the age of 80 on July 13. Officially, he has not declared the end of his career, but considering his age, Ford's retirement is certainly imminent as well. His part as Han Solo has already been dropped, and there probably won't be another "Indiana Jones" movie with him either. The foundation of more relaxing years would thus be laid, though we are still waiting for an announcement from Ford himself. "Indiana Jones 5" is expected to be released in theaters on June 30, 2023.