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Super Bowl screening of ‘Indiana Jones 5’: Harrison Ford Fights Nazis Again

Disney unveiled a new look at “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” during the Super Bowl, giving viewers of the franchise a closer look at flashbacks to a young Harrison Ford, and Jones’ relationship with his daughter Helena, played by the “Fleabag” star. Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

The latest addition to the “Indiana Jones” series takes place in 1969 during the US-Soviet space race as Indy and Helena go head-to-head with evil Nazis in one last adventure. Franchise newcomers Mads Mikkelsen and Boyd Holbrook will play villains Jürgen Fuller and Clapper, respectively.

Antonio Banderas, Shawnette Renee Wilson, and Toby Jones are new additions to the cast. John Rhys-Davies will reprise the role of Salah from 1989’s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Lucasfilm’s first trailer for “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” was an action-packed celebration of the archaeologist’s return to the screen. Although Indy concedes his days of recklessness are behind him, footage of him navigating the desert streets, standing on top of a moving train and cracking his infamous whip into a room full of armed villains suggest otherwise.

15 years after the arrival of the fourth film in the series, “Indiana Jones 5” is confirmed to be Ford’s last appearance as a hero. “I’ve always wanted to do that,” Ford said. diverseMark Malkin last month at the premiere of his new Apple TV+ series “Shrinking” about his comeback. “I wanted to finish the rest of the story to see the end of his career.”

Composer John Williams previously announced that the feature would also be his last, though the 91-year-old said he no longer intends to retire during an onstage interview with Variety’s John Burlingame on Jan. 12.

“I’m going to be here for a while,” said Williams. “I can’t retire from music. A day without music is a mistake.”

James Mangold, who recently directed Logan and Ford vs. Ferrari, is taking over as writer and director on the upcoming film. “Indiana Jones” creators George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, who directed previous installments of the franchise, are still attached to the project as executive producers.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is scheduled to hit theaters on June 30. See the new footage below.


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