The fifth chapter in the Indiana Jones saga will miss its July 10, 2020 release date.

Filming was supposed to begin in April of next year in the United Kingdom but sources close to the production tell Variety that date will have to be pushed back by months if not a full year.

The reason for the delay appears to be the writing. Jonathan Kasdan, Solo's scribe, is tackling the newest draft – Kasdan's father, Lawrence, was the writer of Raiders of the Lost Ark – after Jurassic Park's David Koepp took the first shot at the script. A deal to bring Kasdan on board has yet to be closed.

Sources stress that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg remain fully committed to the project amid their full slate of upcoming projects, including Spielberg's upcoming remake of West Side Story. Disney has yet to pull the new Indy from the release calendar or insert a new date for it.

Stay tuned to The 405 for more on this as we hear it. Here's to hoping they learned from everything wrong with 2008's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull too.