The first trailer for the new film in the “Indiana Jones” saga, entitled “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” has been unveiled: it promises to be explosive, funny and devilishly epic!
Indiana Jones 5 unfolds
The great archaeologist and adventurer Henry Walton Jones Jr. – but call him instead IndianaJones – is back, and from the first seconds of this trailer unveiled by Lucasfilm (above), the shivers arrive. Fifteen years later Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal SkullHarrison Ford is back in the shoes of his greatest character and seeing him again on the way to a new adventure that promises to be epic is heartwarming: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.
The first trailer for this very ambitious film, directed by Steven Spielberg to James Mangold, begins with the voice of Sallah (Jonathan Rhys-Davies) recounting his nostalgia for their adventures, how he misses this time. The heroes have aged, but that time is over for Indy, who we discover at peace with his routine as a teacher, the whip and the hat well put away. But the past will catch up with him, more precisely his fight against the Nazis, when at the same time he will have to join forces with his goddaughter Helena (Phoebe Waller-Bridge).
Big show and references
The show of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny promises to be promising with the right amount of chases, fights, humor and self-references (we also saw a very Star Wars…). The energy is there, and the more the theme of John Williams flies away, the more we perceive an epic blast. On the plot side, it is difficult to see all the coherence between the different events shown. Chase and shootout in the Middle East, horse racing in the New York subway, train, plane, Nazis, antiques and a nasty-looking Boyd Holbrook…
We know that part of the film takes place in 1969, during the period of the return of the astronauts from the Apollo 11 space mission, and that another takes place at the end of the Second World War, but for the rest we will have to wait. to learn more. In particular on the characters of Helena and that of Antonio Banderas, of which we have only a too brief overview.