Filming for Indiana Jones 5 continues as Harrison films Ford’s body double scenes on top of a horse

Indiana Jones 5 stuntman dons a gray suit as he rides on horseback while filming dramatic scenes at a parade celebrating the Apollo 11 landing in 1969

Shooting for Indiana Jones 5 continued on Saturday as Harrison Ford’s body once again captured doubly dramatic scenes as he rode on horseback.

The stuntman appeared to be filling in for the star, who had to stop filming for three months as he is recovering from a shoulder injury he sustained on set.

Photos from the Glasgow set appeared to show a parade scene celebrating the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, with Harrison’s doppelganger engaged in another dramatic chase.

Back to work! Shooting for Indiana Jones 5 continued on Saturday as Harrison Ford’s body once again captured dramatic scenes as he rode on horseback

The city has been transformed to look like a street in Manhattan, New York, for the latest scenes.

Harrison’s body double was seen riding down the street on horseback, wearing Indiana Jones’ signature gray suit and burgundy tie.

He rode the horse, which was decorated with NYPD symbols, among several other vehicles in the parade.

The body double followed an open-top red car into which a man and woman wearing Miss Manhattan sashes were driving.

Throwback: Photos of the set in Glasgow city center appeared to show a parade scene celebrating the Apollo 11 landing in 1969

Throwback: Photos of the set in Glasgow city center appeared to show a parade scene celebrating the Apollo 11 landing in 1969

Impressive: The city has been transformed to look like a street in Manhattan, New York, for the latest scenes

Impressive: The city has been transformed to look like a street in Manhattan, New York, for the latest scenes

Lookalike: Harrison's body double was seen riding a horse down the street, wearing Indiana Jones' signature gray suit and burgundy tie

Taking a break: Harrison forced to take a break from filming to recover from injury

Lookalike: Harrison’s body double (left) was seen riding a horse through the street while reenacting scenes the actor couldn’t appear in (Harrison pictured right in character)

Behind Harrison’s stand-in, who had drawn several black dots on his face for CGI during post-production, were two NYPD officers on motorcycles and several other open-top cars.

They were all followed by a procession of cheerleaders with pom poms and majorettes in bright red outfits.

Also, several floats were part of the parade, decorated with various messages, including ‘A giant leap for humanity!’ and “Welcome Apollo 11 astronauts.”

In between filming, Miss Manhattan was spotted walking the set in her bright orange flowing dress and huge tiara with a pair of fluffy slippers on her feet.

Changes on set: Harrison's body double appeared to fill in for the lead character who had to stop filming for three months to recover from a shoulder injury

Changes on set: Harrison’s body double appeared to fill in for the lead character who had to stop filming for three months to recover from a shoulder injury

Behind the scenes: In between filming, Miss Manhattan was spotted walking the set in her bright orange flowing dress and huge tiara with a pair of fluffy slippers on her feet

Behind the scenes: In between filming, Miss Manhattan was spotted walking the set in her bright orange flowing dress and huge tiara with a pair of fluffy slippers on her feet

Sparkling scene: The body double followed an open-top red car into which a man and woman, dressed in a Miss Manhattan sash, drove

Sparkling scene: The body double followed an open-top red car into which a man and woman, dressed in a Miss Manhattan sash, drove

Spotted earlier this week in a parking lot elsewhere in the city, the crew was finally able to get the cameras rolling.

Shooting for the fifth and final Indiana Jones film in the series is said to have been delayed for three months due to Harrison’s injuries, after originally set to be released in 2022.

It was another blow for the film – in which Mangold takes on directing from former helmer Spielberg – after shooting was previously pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.

An insider told The Sun’s Bizarre column: “It’s Harrison’s last appearance as Indiana and everyone thought it was going to be smooth sailing.

Uncanny: Harrison's body double rode the horse, which was decorated with NYPD symbols, among several other vehicles in the parade

Uncanny: Harrison’s body double rode the horse, which was decorated with NYPD symbols, among several other vehicles in the parade

Busy: The crew was spotted in a parking lot elsewhere in town earlier this week and was finally able to get the cameras rolling

Busy: The crew was spotted in a parking lot elsewhere in town earlier this week and was finally able to get the cameras rolling

“After the initial delays, everyone was eager to go. But now Harrison is injured and it is worse than first thought.

“The film’s bosses have come together to work out the schedule and it’s chaos. They think they can start production again in September at the earliest.

“It wasn’t what anyone expected, so to have to change everything is a huge blow. Everyone was worried about Harrison and they’re glad he’s on the mend.”

Realistic: Behind Harrison's stand-in, who had drawn several black dots on his face for CGI, were two NYPD cops on motorcycles and several other open-top cars

Realistic: Behind Harrison’s stand-in, who had drawn several black dots on his face for CGI, were two NYPD cops on motorcycles and several other open-top cars

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