The highly awaited Indiana Jones 5 first trailer is on its way, according to director James Mangold. Following last week’s reports that an Indiana Jones television adaptation may soon be coming to small screens via Disney+, the director has confirmed we will be seeing more of Indy soon.The eagerly awaited film won’t hit theatres until next summer, but it looks like fans will get their first proper look at it within the next month.
Following his final appearance in 2008’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Harrison Ford’s dashing archaeologist will make a comeback in Indiana Jones 5. Director James Mangold suggests that something for Indiana Jones 5 will be revealed in less than a month in response to a fan who asked when the next “promotional piece” for the film will be posted on Twitter. Only a few days have passed since Mangold’s debunking of rumours of an Indiana Jones 5 test screening. The film’s release date and the fact that it is in the post-production phase make it reasonable to believe that the piece of promotional content will be a trailer, despite his most recent remark not necessarily confirming it.
The plot of the upcoming film Indiana Jones 5 is currently unknown because no official synopsis has been given. However, some suggestions about what might be in store for Ford’s legendary hero have been revealed by set images. Ford may appear to be de-aging in the movie, as evidenced by some set images that show him with motion tracking dots on his face. Ford will undoubtedly be portraying Indiana Jones at a considerably older age this time around, so it would make sense if the future movie de-aged him for a few flashback scenes.
In addition to introducing a number of new characters played by Mads Mikkelsen, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Boyd Holbrook, Antonio Banderas, and Toby Jones, among others, the much awaited sequel also sees the return of John Rhys-Davies’ Sallah. The first poster for Indiana Jones 5 was unveiled back in May, but no more significant marketing materials have been made available since. The good news is that Mangold’s most recent tweet indicates that fans who are eager for additional information on Indiana Jones 5 won’t have to wait much longer.