The production on the fifth entry of Indiana Jones has seemingly wrapped production, as producer Frank Marshall took to Twitter to share a picture of the production hat that includes the iconic nickname “Indy” with the announcement that they’ve finished work on the project. You can check out the tweet right here:
The last time we’ve heard from the production was back in October when set photos from Sicily found their way online. They offered our first look at Mads Mikkelsen, who is rumored to be playing the film’s primary antagonist. It’s still unclear who he might play or how the story builds upon the fourth entry, but it does seem like we are returning to the franchise with a strong focus on the character that made it so iconic, as James Mangold takes over directing duties from Steven Spielberg.
Harrison Ford, of course, is also returning in the picnic role, as he continues to keep ancient treasures out of the hands of the wrong people while battling with his age. There is no word that the film will carry over the storyline set up in the fourth entry, as Crystal Skull introduced his son, played by Shia LeBeouf. For now, it seems like the upcoming film might be a final send-off to the iconic character.