The coveted Dial of Fate has had a bumpy ride before becoming the lynchpin of the latest Indiana Jones movie.
A few years ago, it seemed like a project destined not to move forward, but the fifth movie of Indiana Jones is a reality that is just over a month away from coming into our lives. The sad note, however, is that it will be the last time that Harrison Ford will step into the shoes of the intrepid archaeologist.
The actor has already confirmed that Indiana Jones and the dial of fate It will be the last time I play Indy. At 80 years old – he turns 81 in July – Harrison Ford has already filled his quota with jumps and stunts.
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James Mangold He will take the directing reins on Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate from Steven Spielberg, who stepped away from the directorial role a few years ago to focus on other projects.
will be the June 30th when the latest Indiana Jones adventure hits theaters around the world. This story set in the time of the space race, but with pieces of Indy’s past with the Nazis, has as its axis the mysterious Dial of Fate.
Indiana Jones’s Last Race
With just over a month to go until the movie lands in theaters, Lucasfilm has shared a new trailer for Indiana Jones 5 in which we can get a better look at the mysterious device that everyone is looking for and, apparently, everyone “steals”.
The video, which you can find at the top of this article, lasts less than a minute, but evokes the essence of the Indiana Jones saga, with the hectic pace of its action scenes and the sarcastic humor that we had already been anticipating. in previous trailers.
The main attraction of Indiana Jones and the dial of destiny is saying goodbye to the legendary archaeologist who has marked a good part of the career of the actor who plays him, along with characters like Han Solo or Rick Deckard, of course.
It will be weird to have an Indiana Jones movie without Steven Spielberg at the helm and knowing that it is the swan song of Harrison Ford Like Indy, but every great story deserves a great ending.