Shutdown, Schmutdown! Indiana Jones pictured back on set of Indiana Jones 5

Rumor was the production had to be shut down for three months while Ford recovers from a shoulder injury

Suggesting a recent report out of the UK that production on the fifth “Indiana Jones” film has been put on pause for at least three months (!) while star Harrison Ford recovers from a serious injury was false, the 78-year-old’s double has been spotted in Glasgow filming new scenes for the James Mangold-directed sequel.

Ford, reprising the role he originated in 1992’s “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, still insists on doing his own stunts and badly hurt his shoulder during a rehearsal for a fight scene last month.

According to The Sun, it would be at least September before the production got back back underway.

The report stated that originally, Disney, director James Mangold and producers Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy thought they could shoot around the ‘Indy’ scenes, filming other parts of the film, but with Ford out-of-action for twelve weeks it was decided to shut the production down.

Seems neither scenario was correct – not only did the untitled fifth Indiana Jones film keep filming, but they still seem to be filming scenes with the title character — even if it’s just Ford’s double at the moment.

There’s also a new online report suggesting that the double will also be doing some of Ford’s “standing dialogue sequences”.

The new film, planned to release in 2022, is said to involve the race to space. Antonio Banderas, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, Boyd Holbrook, Shaunette Renée Wilson and Toby Jones also star in the film.

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