“Indiana Jones 5” First Look Teases Harrison Ford’s Return

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14 years after the last installment, Harrison Ford unveils the release date and first official look of Indiana Jones 5 at the 2022 Star Wars Celebration with critically acclaimed composer John Williams. The fifth and final epic adventure, directed by James Mangold, is set to premiere in theaters on June 30, 2023.

The official photo shows the explorer’s silhouette as he walks across an unsteady bridge with his flashlight in an unknown, magical cave.

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Ford reprises his role as the iconic archeologist with the fedora and whip, casted with Phoebe Waller-Bridge as the female lead. The cast ensemble also includes Marvel actors Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, and Shaunette Renée Wilson, as well as The Predator star Boyd Holbrook.

“Raiders of the Lost Ark was one of my favorite films, and it just oozed that golden period of serials from the 1940s — and that’s in the fifth film as well,” Mads Mikkelsen said in an interview earlier this year. “They’re going heavily back to the first and second film and getting that original feel, the original Indy, something dense and epic”.

Although Indiana Jones 5 will be the first installment that will not be directed by Steven Spielberg (but will be supporting as an executive producer), Mikkelsen appreciated Mangold for being guided with Spielberg’s previous executions: “It felt like a Spielberg film, though it’s obviously James making it with the same vision,” Mikkelsen noted.

The “Indiana Jones” franchise started in 1981 with “Raiders of the Lost Ark” in 1981, followed by “Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom” (1984), “Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade” (1989), and “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” (2008). The previous installments have made over a total of $2 billion in the box office.

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