Indiana Jones embarks on one last adventure in the latest look at the upcoming sequel, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Released courtesy of Lucasfilm, the new TV advert finds Indy joining forces with his daughter Helena Shaw, played by Fleabag stars Phoebe Waller-Bridge, with the pair coming across all kinds of rocks and insects as they try to find the Disc of Archimedes before Mads Mikkelsen’s sinister Jurgen Fuller. Check out what’s new Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny TV spot below.

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While snakes have always been Indy’s Achilles’ heel, it looks like the creepy crawly might be from Helena running through caverns in terror after being overwhelmed by every insect you can think of. Depending on how audiences respond to Helena (and they respond better than they do to the bugs in these final shots), it’s possible the character could helm his own project… though it won’t be directed by director James Mangold.

Director James Mangold made a splash Fleabag Phoebe Waller-Bridge stars as Helena in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destinycalling it the “catalyst” for the events of the sequel. Speaking with EW, Mangold revealed details on how to do it Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It will begin, with Helena bringing more adventure to Indy’s doorstep during his twilight years.

“She’s the daughter of a friend of Indy’s, we’ll also meet her in the movie. Helena has gotten into some trouble, and she’s brought [that] to Indy’s doorstep. She’s a character with a wonderful set of contradictions – charming and brilliant, but also full of trouble.”

There have been rumors circulating for some time Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It will conclude with Phoebe Waller-Bridge taking over the franchise from beloved adventurer Harrison Ford. While Mangold has refuted these rumors several times, commenting on Helena’s importance to the plot will no doubt get the rumor mill swinging again.

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James Mangold assures fans that the sequel is an Indiana Jones movie


Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It drops audiences in the year 1969, as American archaeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones lives against the backdrop of the space race. Growing uneasy about the US government using ex-Nazis to help beat the Soviet Union in the competition for access to space, Jones heads out on one last adventure to stop Jürgen Fuller, a NASA member and ex-Nazi involved with the Moon-landing program who wishes to remake the world the way he sees it. suitable.

With all of Indy’s gossip passing the baton, poorly received press briefings, and multiple endings, many have become concerned that Indiana Jones himself will be lost when Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It lands in theaters next year. But Mangold isn’t worried, knowing how important the character is to the audience and stating, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It’s an Indiana Jones movie.

“I have no illusions that my job in making an Indiana Jones movie was to suddenly take the humor and turn it into some kind of sadness. I think what we’re trying to do is strike a balance between an accurate and realistic assessment of where this character is going to be from at this time in his life, and just do that.” Genuinely, and at the same time, try and deliver on what our movie’s title promises, which is fun, great adventure with action, chivalry, get away from the skin of your nose, and inventive solutions to diabolical problems. This is an Indiana Jones movie.”

Directed by James Mangold (Ford vs. Ferrari, Logan), Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It stars Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Shawnette Renée Wilson, Thomas Kretschmann, Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, Oliver Richers, Ethan Isidore, and Mads Mikkelsen.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny It is scheduled to be released theatrically on June 30, 2023, by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.


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