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Entertainment Indiana Jones 5: how the Coronavirus will impact the film

04:10  29 may  2020
04:10  29 may  2020 Source:   allocine.fr

Coronavirus: The number of cases in Brazil exceeds 254,000

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While James Mangold has been officially appointed director of the film in place of Steven Spielberg, the 5th installment of the adventures of "Indiana Jones" - to be shot soon - comply with new health laws.

Indiana Jones 5 : comment le Coronavirus va impacter le film © Paramount Pictures Indiana Jones 5: how the Coronavirus will impact the film

The fifth installment of the adventures of Indiana Jones will indeed be produced by James Mangold ( Logan ), instead of an Steven Spielberg eager to let a new generation of filmmakers take back the franchise he co-created with George Lucas . Long announced and then postponed, the film now seems to be on the right track, while the writing of a brand new script has started, after several versions have not been entirely satisfactory. Especially since the history of the film will have to take into account the new precautionary sanitary measures against the coronavirus, as confirmed by producer Frank Marshall at the microphone of our colleagues from Collider :

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Our priority is safety everyone, actors, team, everyone. We are therefore examining the directives of which we are aware, health experts, studios and various sectors of the industry, we will try to apply everything, to work without the slightest risk taking. It will slow things down, but we are doing our best to adapt. There won't be many crowd scenes, for example.

On the point of resuming, American filming will indeed have to respect a whole series of safety standards to be respected, while physical contact (kissing, scenes of fights ...) will have to be limited to the maximum. At this rate, we can therefore wonder if for what looks like his latest adventure in the cinema, this good old Indiana Jones would not be more secure confined in his office, given the advanced age of his interpreter Harrison Ford (79 years old when the film was released to the cinema in July 2022) ...

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