American Movie Star and Pilot, Harrison Ford is set to return for a fifth part of the “Indiana Jones” movie.
In a tweet by Disney on Friday, the movie – which has spanned over three decades – will be released by July 2022 and will star Harrison Ford yet again with Lucasfilm handling its production.
The latest of the series which is currently in its pre-production stage was first released in 1981 (Raiders of The Lost Ark) – almost 40 years ago.
Earlier this year, Ford had highlighted on the Ellen DeGeneres show that production of a new “Indiana Jones” movie would commence this year.
“It’s going to be fun. I am excited, they’re great fun to make,” he said.
Previous movies released were 2008’s “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”, 1989’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”, 1984’s “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, which was released in 1981.
Ford, currently 78, has also featured in the award-winning “Star Wars” movie.
The environmental activist also stated that persistence and hardwork are the key ingredients to his success.
“I was not an overnight success. I spent 15 years before I had any real, noticeable success,” he once said.
“Persistence is certainly something I think I can credit myself for having,” Ford said.