Indiana Jones and the Disc of Fate Trailer: Harrison Ford Faces Fate
Phoebe Waller-Bridge plays Indy’s goddaughter in the final installment of the franchise, directed by James Mangold.
Indy is ready to face his past.
Harrison Ford returns as archeology professor and adventurer Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones and the Wheel of Fortune, the fifth film in the franchise. The latest trailer shows Indy announcing his retirement in 1969, a decade after the events of 2008’s “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” Phoebe Waller-Bridge plays Indy’s goddaughter, who inspires him to take on one last case involving a mysterious dial discovered on a train during the war.
Mads Mikkelsen plays a former Nazi who currently works for NASA during the space race. Antonio Banderas, Boyd Holbrook, John Rhys-Davies, Shaunette Renee Wilson, Thomas Kretschmann, Toby Jones, Oliver Richters and Ethann Isidore also star, as well as a younger, aged Ford in flashback sequences.
“Dial of Destiny” is directed by James Mangold, produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall and Simon Emanuel, and executive produced by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. John Williams, who has scored every “Indiana Jones” film since the original 1981’s “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” returns to compose the score.
“Song of Destiny” will debut in Cannes in 2023, with director Mangold: “In 1995, I had the honor of coming to Cannes with my first film as part of the director’s Fortnite. Twenty-eight years later, I’m proud to return with a slightly bigger vision. My legendary collaborators and I are thrilled to share with you a brand new and final Indiana Jones adventure!”
Mangold teased the adventure film, saying, “I think trying to balance an accurate and realistic assessment of where this character would be at this point in his life and doing it honestly at the same time. try to deliver on what the title of our film promises, which is a jingle and a wonderful adventure with action and chivalry, skin-to-skin escapes and ingenious solutions to devilish problems. It’s an “Indiana Jones” movie.
The ‘Logan’ helmer added: ‘I’m always interested in the idea of a sunset hero. What does the hero do when the world no longer has a place for him? I find it very interesting that we try to look at classical heroes through the prism of our jaundiced contemporary attitude.”
Indiana Jones and the Wheel of Fate opens in theaters on June 30.
Watch the trailer below.
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