The fifth part of “Indiana Jones” will be filmed this summer in Morocco

This content was published on Jun 11, 2021 – 9:21 PM

Rabat, June 11 (EFE) – The Moroccan Film Center announced today that the fifth and final episode of the “Indiana Jones” epic, starring Harrison Ford, will be shown in Morocco this summer.

Filming for this new film, which will be directed by director James Mangoldki who will replace Steven Spielberg, began on June 7 in London (UK) and will continue this summer in the Moroccan cities of Fez (central) and Oxda (northeast). The same source, who did not disclose more details about the date of the arrival of the film crew to the Maghreb, explained.

English actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge, American actor Boyd Holbrook, American Shaunette Renee Wilson and German actor Thomas Kretschmann will accompany Harrison Ford on the new adventures of cinema’s most famous archaeologist.

The fifth Indiana Jones movie, which is scheduled to be released in July 2022 after many delays, will come after Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Dom (1984), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. (1989) and “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” (2008).

The Moroccan Center for Cinema confirmed that the “Indiana Jones” epic joins other famous feature films filmed in the Maghreb, such as “James Bond”, “Mission Impossible”, “Game of Thrones”, “The Homeland” and others.

Morocco is one of the favorite places for foreign production, as the landscape and traditional architecture, the setting of local artistic troupes, and the tariff benefits offered by the Moroccan state to foreign producers are diverse. EFE

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