Indiana Jones 5 could have a new ending

Indiana Jones 5 could have a new ending

We know, in large film productions, shots are wasted and often many of them are cut during the composition of the film. But what happens when these are not inherent in passing scenes? What happens when the ending of a film is canceled? Obviously, this can potentially lead to a complete disruption of what was the idea of ​​the film and, even more, of its eventual continuation. Composer John Williams has reportedly let slip that the Indiana Jones 5 movie may soon be shooting a new ending. Let's find out more details together.

Indiana Jones 5 and the new ending

Composer John Williams said that Indiana Jones 5 could be subject to a change related to the film's ending, even if it doesn't have specified how and why of this production choice. The statement happened almost completely by chance, stating that a crucial piece of the film could be shot in the coming weeks: a new ending.

Below we share with you what John Williams said:

So we just completed the movie. We have maybe another ending to shoot and record, maybe in a couple of weeks.

The production of the fifth installment of the franchise

Indiana Jones 5 sees director James Mangold in the direction, also known for productions of the caliber of for Logan, who takes the place behind the camera previously occupied by world icon Steven Spielberg. In the cast return faces to the franchise, such as the inevitable Harrison Ford in the role of the protagonist Indy alongside John Rhys-Davies in the role of his faithful friend Sallah. The new cast also includes numerous other professionals such as Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook, Toby Jones and Antonio Banderas.

While waiting for its debut in large cinemas, so as to finally find out how this new chapter will end, we remind you that on Amazon you can find the previous chapters in the franchise also in a remastered edition in 4K UltraHD.