For many years it has been clear that in some way a fifth "Indiana Jones" movie will be released. Then last Sunday, producer Frank Marshall released a picture of a cap with the word Indy on it, announcing the completion of the lengthy filming process. After three extremely highly regarded "Indiana Jones" movies, as well as the more or less reviled "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull", expectations for the late sequel are high. The production had to contend with many problems, including the unplanned search for a new director, the restrictions imposed by the pandemic and ambiguities in writing the script. This, in turn, led to a total of four postponed start dates, which may not have caused much enthusiasm among fans either. Unfortunately, nothing is yet known about the story, but there have been rumors of a new Nazi storyline. Time travel is also rumored to play a role. We know a lot more about the cast of "Indiana Jones 5". In addition to 79-year-old leading man Harrison Ford, we will also be able to see Mads Mikkelsen, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas and Boyd Holbrook in yet unknown roles on the big screen. Directing as well as a feature screenwriter was James Mangold, who co-wrote the current script with Jez and John-Henry Butterworth. "Indiana Jones 5" is expected to be released in the US on June 30, 2023.