Deirdre Campbell Jones, Indiana Jones' first wife. Marion Ravenwood, second wife of Indiana Jones. Henry Walton Mutt Williams, born Henry Jones III, son of Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood. If Harrison Ford's character is well enough to go on another journey and fight the Soviets in Indiana Jones 5, there doesn't seem to be any reason why Marion Ravenwood can't do it too.
Jones made his debut in the 1989 film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, while Lloyd Owen plays him in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. A video game was created for the young Indy called Young Indiana Jones and the Instruments of Chaos, as well as a video game version of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. Allen's continued fondness for the franchise and the timid responses to his participation suggest that Marion Ravenwood's return in Indiana Jones 5 is very likely. Indiana Jones is parodied in the shooting game Broforce as a playable character known as the Indiana Brones.
As such, any return to the world of Indiana Jones seems to require the inclusion of his wife and frequent adventure partner Marion Ravenwood. There is still a year left before the long-delayed Indiana Jones 5 is finally released, so Disney still has plenty of time before an announcement of the return of Marion Ravenwood is expected. One episode, Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues, is marked by Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, rather than Hall. Since the studio normally likes to save its cast surprises so that the premiere window approaches, Marion Ravenwood's return may not be confirmed until the official trailer for Indiana Jones 5 is released.
Disneyland Paris also has an attraction called Indiana Jones where people race at full speed through ancient ruins in a runaway mining car similar to the one found in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Indiana Jones 5 is returning Harrison Ford as the starting adventurer, which has left many wondering if his biggest love interest, Marion Ravenwood, will also return. This film introduced Indiana Jones's son, Mutt, and reintroduced Indy's now-wife, Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen), who was the original love interest of Harrison Ford's character in The Search for the Lost Ark. Indiana Jones 5 will bring back Harrison Ford for one last adventure, but Disney has been shy about the return of Indy's now-wife, Marion Ravenwood.
As her most iconic character, it's no surprise that Karen Allen has expressed an interest in reprising her role as Marion Ravenwood for Indiana Jones 5.