Indiana Jones is headed back to the big screen and moviegoers may have to do a double take when star Harrison Ford appears. The actor, 80, will first debut in the film as the Indy we all know from his days in Indiana Jones and the Raiders Of The Lost Ark and then quickly age forward to his current self in 1969, when the fifth film in the franchise is set.Harrison, who hasn't taken on the mantle of the Nazi-fighting archeologist since 2008's Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, admitted of the de-aging process, 'It's a little spooky,' to see his younger self, telling Empire Magazine, 'I don't think I even want to know how it works, but it works.' Spooky: Harrison Ford will be de-aged on screen in the upcoming untitled Indiana Jones 5 saying, 'It's a little spooky,' to see his younger self, telling Empire Magazine, 'I don't think I even want to know how it works, but it works'The veteran action-star has given the technical process a thumbs up, revealing, 'This is the first time I've seen it where I believe it.'De-aging is a 3D effect technology used to make an actor look younger.
To do so, post-production studios typically edit a digital image or apply computer-generated imagery (CGI) overlays or touch-ups to the necessary scenes, according to ReSpeecher.
The plot for the as-yet untitled project has not been completely revealed, but Empire reports it's set in the middle of the space race between the US and former USSR.
Co-writer Jeff Butterworth explained, 'The simple fact is that the moon-landing program was run by a bunch of ex-Nazis. How "ex" they are is the question.Read more on dailymail.co.uk