Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny official trailer

Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny official trailer: Harrison Ford, 80, picks up his whip once again as he chases another treasure in the action-packed clip

The official trailer for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny debuted on Friday morning.

It is the fifth film in the decades-long franchise.

Harrison Ford, 80, picked up his famous whip once again and slipped back on his hat to play Indiana Jones.

And he was seen back in action, literally, as he rode a horse in NYC, raced a tuk-tuk and jumped out of a burning plane while being chased by bad guys. There is also a scene with a giant rolling boulder.

Also seen was Phoebe Waller-Bridge in a prominent role as Indy’s goddaughter who pulls the archeologist out of retirement. 

She wants to search for treasure that Indy says he has been looking for ‘all my life.’

The official trailer for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny debuted on Friday morning. It is the fifth film in the decades-long franchise 

The female lead: Also seen was Phoebe Waller-Bridge in a prominent role as Indy’s goddaughter who pulls the archeologist out of retirement

A new bad guy is seen as well: The villain is played by Mads Mikkelsen

‘Dad told me you found something on a train, a dial, which could change the course of history,’ says Waller-Bridge, revealing exactly what the chase was about.

Ford is also seen in flashback images with Nazis that seems to have required de-aging technology. Or they could have been lifted from Raiders Of The Lost Ark.

The villain is played by Mads Mikkelsen who is seen looking menacing in a hat, glasses and leather jacket.

This fifth installment in the movie franchise is from director James Mangold, who helmed Girl, Interrupted (1999), Walk the Line (2005), which he also co-wrote, the 2007 remake 3:10 to Yuma (2007), The Wolverine (2013), and Logan (2017).

This comes after news the film will debut at the Cannes Film Festival on May 18. Ford will be there as well as Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, and Ethann Isidore. 

The film festival also plans a tribute to Ford’s long and illustrious career. 

This film marks the Star Wars actor’s last time donning his brown fedora and stepping into the role of the famous archeologist that he has been playing since 1981’s Raiders Of The Lost Ark.

So much to take in! Also on Friday a new poster was shared with Harrison holding his whip

France bound: Ford, 80, and director James Mangold will attend the screening at the Palais des Festivals on May 18

The Indiana Jones franchise is to end for good following the release of the fifth and final movie.

 Ford first picked up his whip to play the adventurous archeologist in 1981 blockbuster Raiders of the Lost Ark.

And he returned for two more sequels, Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom in 1984 and Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade in 1989.

Then there was a break of nearly 20 years before he came back for 2008’s Indiana Jones And The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull.

The fifth movie Indiana Jones And The Dial of Destiny is due for release in June and now bosses at Disney – who acquired the rights with the purchase of Lucasfilm – have confirmed Indy won’t be back for any more adventures.

In a press release issued to confirm details of the new film, the Dial Of Destiny is described as ‘the highly anticipated final installment of the beloved franchise’.

Director Mangold added: ‘My legendary collaborators and I are very excited to share a brand new and final Indiana Jones adventure with you!’

Flashback scene: Ford is also seen in flashback images with Nazis that seems to have required de-aging technology

Forty years: Ford has been playing the iconic character since 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark

There had been speculation the movies could continue without lead actor Ford – with any future films possibly being focused around the character of Helena Shaw, Indy’s goddaughter, who is played by Waller-Bridge in the new movie.

However, the latest update appears to confirm there will be no more Indiana Jones films in the pipeline.

Reports also suggested there may have been plans to bring an Indiana Jones spin-off TV series to the Disney Plus streaming service but the plans is believed to have been shelved.

Ford is coming off the smash success of his AppleTV+ series Shrinking, co-starring Jason Segal, Christa Miller, Michael Urie, Jessica Williams, Ted McGinley, Luke Tennie and Lukita Maxwell.

The series set in a Los Angeles-area psychiatric practice recently got renewed for a second season.

Segal also serves as co-creator with Ted Lasso co-creator Bill Lawrence and Ted Lasso star/writer Brent Goldstein.

Last time: The fifth film in the storied franchise will reportedly be the last time Ford puts on the brown fedora

Secret plot: The plot of the upcoming film is being more closely guarded than the location of the Ark of the Covenant

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