12 Apr –Harrison Ford is set to don his fedora again for the upcoming fifth instalment of the hit action-adventure franchise, "Indiana Jones"; and he is having a new interesting co-star in tow.
Sources recently revealed that award-winning actress and "Fleabag" star Phoebe Waller-Bridge will also be involved in the said project, though no news as to what character she will play in the said movie.
On the other hand, Steven Spielberg will not be returning as the director this time around, but replaced by James Mangold of "Logan" fame. The former, however, will continue to produce the project alongside Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall and Simon Emanuel.
The plan is for the movie to start production in summer, with Mangold currently looking for other talents to join the project.
Ford's most recent project was the 2020 film, "The Call of the Wild", which is based on Jack London's 1903 novel of the same name. Meanwhile, Waller-Bridge has been one busy bee, producing the hit BBC show "Killing Eve" as well as having served as a writer on the next James Bond film, "No Time to Die".
She also produces and writes the Amazon series "Mr. & Mrs. Smith", where she is set to co-star with Donald Glover.