The set video for Indiana Jones 5 depicts Shia LaBeouf’s return as Mutt. – OBSERVE

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The set video for Indiana Jones 5 depicts Shia LaBeouf’s return as Mutt. – OBSERVE

INDIANA JONES 5 is currently filming, and the most recent video footage from Glasgow show what appears to be Indy’s son, Mutt, returning.

Since its announcement last year, the plot of Indiana Jones 5 has been cloaked in secrecy.

Harrison Ford has been sighted filming in Glasgow in a variety of 1960s-styled outfits in recent months, offering fans their first glimpse of what the film might look like. When the 79-year-old actor injured his arm earlier this year, it appeared that filming would be put on hold, but a new video from Scotland shows what could be a critical scene in the film.

Ford’s body double is seen following a procession in Glasgow that is made to seem like New York City in the video at the top of this story.

On horseback, the archaeologist can be seen chasing the parade, but he isn’t alone.

A motorcycle soon follows him into the event.

A young man with dark hair and a leather jacket appears to be riding the motorcycle.

If you don’t want to see the finale of Indiana Jones 5, turn away.

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Of course, Mutt is the only character in the Indiana Jones franchise who possesses these qualities (Shia LaBeouf).

Mutt was one of the primary characters in Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Crystal Skull, the fourth Indiana Jones film.

During the events of the film, the young greaser was revealed to be Indiana’s long-lost son.

Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen), Indy’s mother, claimed that she became pregnant after being with him and never told him.

Mutt’s takeover was hinted at in the final moments of Crystal Skull.

Indy and Marion married in the last scenes of the movie.

Mutt grabbed up Indy’s famed hat and attempted to put it on as the hero walked away with his new wife, symbolizing the next stage in his journey.

Indy, however, snatched it back at the final moment.

Indiana Jones 5 has been announced as Harrison Ford’s final outing as the renowned hero, thus someone will most likely take his place in the future.

That being said, Star Wars actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge has also signed on to the picture and was recently photographed on location.

Waller-Bridge has penned “Brinkwire Summary News” in addition to writing for major franchises like James Bond.

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