Mark this one down as a crazy, unsubstantiated rumor. Music Rooms has a “source” close to Indiana Jones 5 and has revealed the following information:
Last we heard is that there was a “germ of an idea” floating around and a possible 2012 release. All of these new rumors seem very easy to…make up. If it really is gearing up for production I’m sure we will hear soon. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull made almost $800 million worldwide, so it’s no surprise we will see another one. Hopefully there’s no need for LaBeouf-style apologizing this time.
Spielberg’s next features, the drama War Horse and his sci-fi blockbuster The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, hits theaters August 2011 and a few months later in December, respectively.
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