Here we bring you the awesome final trailer of ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate’, the fifth adventure of the great saga starring Harrison Ford. We are, without a doubt, facing one of the most anticipated films of this 2023 that also promises to be a great farewell for this mythical character, as we remember that the actor has already confirmed that it will be the last time he plays him.
Harrison Ford’s Last Adventure
This new advance clarifies a little more about the history of the film, in which we will see a fairly veteran Indy who is somewhat suspicious that the Government of his country has recruited former Nazis to defeat the Soviet Union in the space race. Everything gets complicated when one of them wants to take advantage of his position at NASA for his own benefit…
Another striking aspect of ‘Indiana Jones 5’ is the presence of Phoebe Waller Bridge, creator and protagonist of the unforgettable ‘Fleabag’, as the protagonist’s goddaughter. Together they will live great adventures, in which they will come across the characters played by Mads Mikkelsen, Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Shaunette Renée Wilson, Thomas Kretschmann, Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, Olivier Richters or Ethann Isidore. For his part, James Mangold (‘Le Mans ’66’) replaces Steven Spielberg at the address.
From Lucasfilm they have also released a striking poster of ‘El Dial del Destino’ so that we do not forget its imminent arrival in theaters, since its release date has been set by Disney for the June 30, 2023. Of course, before that it can be seen at the Cannes Film Festival, where it will begin to become clear if it is a magnificent farewell for Ford or if at least it does not leave such a bad taste in the mouths of some fans like ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Skull of Cristal’. For now I would bet that it will be one of the best adventure movies of the year, the list right now led by the wonderful ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’.
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