Indiana Jones 5 Will De-Age Harrison Ford for Its Opening Sequence

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Indiana Jones 5 director James Mangold has revealed that VFX technology was used to de-age Harrison Ford for the opening sequence of the upcoming movie.

Mangold told Empire magazine that Ford was digitally de-aged for the movie’s opening minutes because they wanted to give the audience an “adrenaline” rush at seeing a young Indiana Jones swing back into action. The scene will drop Indy into 1944 where he’ll have to navigate a castle swarming with Nazis before transitioning into the main…

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