Believe it or not, a fifth Indiana Jones \u00a0film is in the works, and Harrison Ford is once again expected to reprise the role of everyone favorite archeologist. While Ford is returning, it looks like director Steven Spielberg will handing over the director\u2019s chair to someone else - Logan director James Mangold.\r\n\r\nTalking to Collider, producer Frank Marshall has confirmed that\u00a0Mangold is now attached to direct Indy 5. He explains, \u201cHis love of the franchise. He\u2019s a wonderful filmmaker. I think he also has a relationship with Harrison. It was all of the right pieces coming together, at the right time.\u201d\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/WAdJf4wTC5Y\r\n\r\nThough Spielberg is not directing anymore, he is still onboard the film as a producer. While I love a lot of Spielberg\u2019s films, I honestly think he should focus more on producing now and letting younger directors take the charge for once. I wasn\u2019t really a fan of his latest films, and having him attached to direct this fifth Indiana Jones was having me more worried than excited.\r\n\r\nIf anything, Mangold seems like splendid choice to take over the franchise. While some see this as the start of more Indiana Jones films down the line, Lucasfilm could very much go the other direction and have this be the definitive end of Indy\u2019s story. If Mangold can properly close Wolverine\u2019s story with Logan, it would be amazing if he was able to pull off the same thing with Indiana Jones. \r\n\r\nFor now, production is said to be in very early stages, and it can\u2019t expect to get a start until COVID-19 dies down. Hopefully the movie can make its July 29, 2022 slate.