The Indiana Jones movie is in crisis after Morocco banned flights to and from the UK

Filming for Indiana Jones’ fifth film has been banned following a ban on flights to and from Morocco amid rising Govt cases.

More than 100 team members are preparing a rickshaw chase stunt in Fez, Nationwide.

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Shooting was also affected by storms, Govt, norovirus and Ford’s injury[/caption]

Actors including Harrison Ford, 79, and Pope Waller-Bridge, 36, were due to arrive there after filming in Italy.

But the film’s bosses wondered whether to bring the team home before the ban or how to recover them later.

A source said: “The ban on theft has left everything in the air.

“We don’t know what will happen when the show is over, but they will get a special exemption to go home.”

The shooting – which also took place in London, Glasgow and Northumberland – was marred by storms, Govt, norovirus and Ford’s injuries.

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