Frank Marshall, Indiana Jones Producer, Discusses Indy 5

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Frank Marshall, the legendary film producer of the Indiana Jones series, recently spoke to about Indy 5. The film was delayed over script issues and Steven Spielberg’s next project will be West Side Story. But, the plan is believed to be that Indy 5 will be Spielberg’s West Side follow up and that it will be written by Jon Kasdan. Marshall discussed the status of Harrsion Ford’s 5th outing as the famed archeologist. 

From Coming Soon: 

CS: How is doing an Indiana Jones movie without George Lucas change the equation?


Marshall: I love being with George and having his input, but life changes and we’re moving on. He moved on. We’re very respectful of the original intentions of the movie, certainly Harrison’s character. The serialization of what the original intention was. I’d love to have George there. I love being around George and working with him, obviously. It’ll be a little different, because the ideas are coming from a different place now.


CS: There’s an actual writers room for Indy?


Marshall: Well, I dunno if you’d call it a writers room, but a lot of people that we trust pitch ideas and things. Gathering info.


CS: But it’s Jonathan Kasdan in the lead, right?


Marshall: Yeah.


Read what else Marshall had to say to here.