We’ve still quite a way to go until Indiana Jones comes whip-cracking back into cinemas, but Harrison Ford has been talking about the film to Graham Norton, and although he didn't give away anything, he did confirm that the release date of 10 July 2020 is locked in and revealed that Indy’s age in the next film (Ford will be 78 by the time of the movie's release) will be integral to the plot.
"I'm looking forward to working with Steven [Spielberg] again,” he told the host, “and to revisiting the character later in life. It's interesting to see it in a different light.”
It’s already been confirmed that Shia LaBeouf’s Mutt (who’s Indiana Jones’ son with Marion Ravenwood and who debuted in the last film) won’t be in the new movie, screenwriter David Koepp revealed earlier this month. There's no news as yet however about who else, apart from Ford, will be in the new movie.
It’s understood that this will be the first Indiana Jones movie to have zero involvement from George Lucas. Steven Spielberg, who directed all four previous movies, is however expected to return.