Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny | Official Trailer

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny | Official Trailer

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny in theaters June 30.

Harrison Ford returns as the legendary hero archaeologist in the highly anticipated fifth installment of the iconic “Indiana Jones” franchise, which is directed by James Mangold (“Ford v Ferrari,” “Logan”). Starring along with Ford are Phoebe Waller-Bridge (“Fleabag”), Antonio Banderas (“Pain and Glory”), John Rhys-Davies (“Raiders of the Lost Ark”), Shaunette Renee Wilson (“Black Panther”), Thomas Kretschmann (“Das Boot”), Toby Jones (“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”), Boyd Holbrook (“Logan”), Oliver Richters (“Black Widow”), Ethann Isidore (“Mortel”) and Mads Mikkelsen (“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore”). Directed by James Mangold, the film is produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall and Simon Emanuel, with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas serving as executive producers. John Williams, who has scored each Indy adventure since the original “Raiders of the Lost Ark” in 1981, is once again composing the score.

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43 Responses

  1. DOOM Studios says:

    You gotta give huge respect to Harrison Ford for playing one of his favourite roles at the age of 80 years old.

    • Dr. Adamantius says:

      Gotta win that competition against Sam Jackson for the title of the highest paid actor of all time lol

    • Alan O Donnell says:

      He’s a really legend that actor like many others I know.

    • READY OR NOT says:

      I saw David Blaine do magic in Harrison’s home once. Harrison has a counter full of fruits. I think that’s the secret.

    • Lucakat says:

      @Matthew W Shia went completely off the rails in his life. Shortly after he was in Crystal Skull, he said the film was no good and he blamed Spielberg for it. It wasn’t Spielberg’s fault. It was George Lucas. They originally had a great script written by Frank Darabont. Spielberg loved it. But Lucas didn’t. So they chose another idiot to write it. Spielberg just followed the script he was given. Later, Shia said he had been to hard on Spielberg. Spielberg was the one who was really impressed with Shia and took him under his wing. For some reason now, Shia hates all his films that were blockbusters except the first Transformers. Shia decided he needed to become a serious actor and now he says he hates “fantasy films”. But he takes his roles way to seriously. He got a tattoo for one of his films because he said he was ‘peer pressured’ by the cast to do so. I was like, wtf, are you 5 or something that you have to fall for peer pressure? Give me a break. Then he got a full body tattoo just for a role. On top of that, he went out and shot stray dogs just to know what it felt like to take a life for a movie role. I lost respect for him completely when he said he killed dogs just for a movie. Finally, he’s just gone nuts in so many ways and fucked up his life in the process. I could go on and on. But the point is he’s gone daft. Do your homework on him and find out about him being so f*ed up. He will never go back to that role because he hates it. Most critics and fans feel his character was lacking anyway. So no more Shia Lebouf in any Indiana Jones films. He blew that when he insulted Spielberg. Spielberg did so much for that guy and he just shit on him in the end. So frankly, I don’t care if I ever see him in any film again.

    • Charles Quiros says:

      It’s not respectable to be playing a character at the age of 80 that you have no business playing. That’s called money and ego. Additionally, we should be ashamed for being willing to entertain ourselves with what we know we should accept as something that has come and gone and we should just let go. People need to grow up.

  2. worldwideinterests1 says:

    Seeing Indiana Jones as a kid was a huge inspiration and a large part of the reason I became an archaeologist.
    Let’s hope this one does the character justice for his final send off.

    • 80sGamerLady says:

      I have heard many archaeologists say the same thing. Same working at NASA here in FL. Loads of them were inspired by something.

    • Erica Gamet says:

      @Lucakat Although I went to film school and worked briefly in films, life also took a different turn for me. Still amazing but just a whole different career. But now I do a lot of film stuff as part of my work, so it’s come full circle. I also wanted to be Steve Spielberg haha… but I guess only he can be that and we have to be the best US. Best to ya!

    • Lucakat says:

      @tiktokk_latam who cares?😒

    • Lucakat says:

      @Erica Gamet so glad you got to live your dreams. That’s one thing that makes life so special is to see those dreams come alive.🙌

  3. Robin Lee Braun says:

    I love Mads Michelson as a villain.

  4. Enrico Zangari says:

    I don’t know why but I got very emotional as soon as the classic Theme started…like damn times are crazy right now and it’s just so nice to see a familiar face again that gives you the positive impression of “regardless which difficulties you are facing right now Indie is still here and you will see everything will be fine.” Maybe it’s just me but I’m really thankful for the mere existence of this movie!

  5. PVT White says:

    One of my biggest childhood heroes! 🤠

    • B0uff0s says:

      what are the odd s of fucking him up like the rest of our childhood heroes?

    • PVT White says:

      @Mick Psyphon This could work out great but it will most likely not as Indy as we know him is irreplacable. I think for me the Indy legacy will end with this movie and if I will continue watching Kennedys Indy is a matter of how well they translate all this stuff into a good storyline. I do however want them to have different titles and not just go with “Indiana Jones 6” as she is no Indiana Jones. Leave them in the same universe but seperate those 2 into different franchises and this could work out fine if they really wanna keep the Indiana Jones universe alive. See Indy himself is also just inspired by someone else or better said carried on their legacy. That’s why I see some hope of it working out great. Wouldn’t it be cool if we got a female character with an attitude like Sadie Adler from RDR2 mixed with the classic Indy charme? Well, we’ll see. It’s not like we all need to watch it.

    • tiktokk_latam says:


    • samsam1984 says:

      @Mick Psyphon But this isn’t James Bond, dude, this is Indiana Jones, and besides, I don’t think there’s anyone better than Harrison Ford to play his part as well as he did in the original trilogy. Besides, it’s a matter of time before the movie comes out, so at least on my part, I’m not going to jump to conclusions like other people.

    • William Rockwell says:

      Right, and that is why they are going to tear him down and destroy him.

  6. Gene Ryan says:

    That was a really good trailer! The other trailers were good, but this shows a lot more of what the movie will be like. I am looking forward to it!

  7. Polymathically says:

    I’ve been a fan of Indiana Jones for over 30 years. I never, _ever_ imagined that there would be another movie, or at least one with Harrison Ford. It’s insane that he’s still doing this at his age. Hopefully they give him the sendoff he deserves.

  8. jinkiescoob says:

    I got chills when he says, “Chewie, we’re home…”

  9. In Like Flynns says:

    I was lucky enough to see John Williams live, conducting the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. When they did “Raiders March” and “Star Wars Main Theme” my eyes were literally pooled up with tears. Every time I hear one of those two pieces played, I am simply overwhelmed with emotion. Very excited to see this movie. Hopefully Indy will get to enjoy his retirement.

  10. Pseudo Pulk says:

    i love this franchise. including the old point & click adventures

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