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'Indiana Jones 5' pushed for 2021, 'Marie Poppin Returns' will be released a week ago

Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones 5 has been pushed back for one year and according to the report of the Hollywood Business Publications on July 10, 2020, it will be released on July 9, 2021.

Variety was reported on the delay in June. "Filming was to begin in the United Kingdom in April 2019, but sources near production say that the shooting will not start from next spring and if not in the year, then months will have to be pushed back," Diversity had said. "One part of this issue is that the core members of the creative team have not yet signed a complete script." This movie is being written by Jonathan Casman.

Spielberg "is in pre-production on the reboot of West Side Story and is looking forward to directing the abduction of Edgardo Mortara with Oscar winner Mark Rhilens.

Spielberg told The Sun in April that the fifth entry in the Indiana Jones franchise, which began with the attackers of the Lost Arch in 1981, would be the last to present Harrison Ford as Maver archaeologist.

Meanwhile, Mary will be released a week earlier, based on Poppin Returns, starring Emily Blunt and PL Travers' books. The new date is December 19th. The latest version of British Nanny's adventures with the magical powers directed by Britt Marshall takes charge of the children. Artists include Ben Vishah, Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Emily Mortimer, Angela Lansbury, Julie Walters, and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Jungle Cruise, a live-action movie based on Adventent charm and starring Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson, has been pushed for one week. Disney production will be released on October 11, 2019.

Disney also announced that the character coming out of Sleeping Beauty will be released on Maleficent 2, May 29, 2020, starring Angelina Jolie.

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