Harrison Ford is donning a brown adventurer's hat once more.
The actor will reprise his role as legendary archaeologist Indiana Jones in "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," which comes 15 years after the previous installment in the movie franchise. In the movie's trailer, released Dec. 1, images are shown of a bustling city and action sequences on land and underwater as John Rhys-Davies, who plays Sallah, reminiscences about the past.
"I miss the desert, I miss the sea," Sallah says, "and I miss waking up every morning wondering what wonderful adventure the new day will bring to us."
Jones — now an aged lecturer at a university — tells Sallah that "those days have come and gone," but Sallah disagrees, adding, "Perhaps. Perhaps not."
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Through fight scenes on top of trains and glimpses into the past, the trailer sets up a magic-filled adventure that takes Indy through near-death scenarios and tense escapes—though no exact details on the plot have been unveiled.
"I don't believe in magic, but a few times in my life I've seen things, things I can't explain," Jones says. "And I've come to believe it's not so much what you believe, it's how hard you believe it."
The trailer also gives the first peek into Phoebe Waller-Bridge's role in the movie as Helena, Jone's goddaughter. Joining Waller-Bridges in the cast are Mads Mikkelsen, Antonio Banderas, Toby Jones, Shaunette Renee Wilson, Boyd Holbrook and more.
"Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny" hits theaters on June 30, 2023.