New Mexico-based newspaper the Las Cruces Sun-News has revealed that the flick will film some of its scenes in the state's city of Deming.
Another layer is pulled off on the matter of filming location for "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures."
The Las Cruces Sun-News has disclosed that the highly anticipated project, now having working title of "Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods", will have some of its scenes shot in Deming, New Mexico. It is said an area outside the city is going to be transformed into Morocco with sequence taken featuring a U.S. Air Force base.
The paper further informed that work has already been done in constructing the film set. A local building at the former air strip reportedly has been painted blue with a USAF insignia and the words "Home of The Fighter Pilot" painted on an outside wall while WWII Air Force vehicles are parked nearby.
Filming dates on the location have not yet been revealed, but it is learned that lead star Harrison Ford is unlikely to undergo any shoots for the film there. The actor, on the other hand, has been confirmed to come to New Haven, Connecticut to carry out a chase sequence in which the title character he plays tears through campus on a motorcycle along Chapel Street.