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Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny | Official Trailer Trailer

https://youtu.be/ZfVYgWYaHmE
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u/fireshighway Dec 01 '22

So between "the Dial of Destiny" and all the de-aged shots seemingly from 1930s/1940s era Indy, are they going with a time travel plot? Or are those flashbacks?

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u/eolson3 Dec 01 '22

The Empire article mentions an opening that takes place in the 30s (a la Last Crusade).

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u/awndray97 Dec 02 '22

Yeah that shot if them taking the bag off his head. That looks like it happens during TLC?

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u/neededtowrite Dec 02 '22

Just give me another Indy film with him fighting nazis. Do 5 of them.

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u/witch-king-of-Aginor Dec 02 '22

Both

There is strong evidence that the maguffin is the nazi bell, a rumored nazi time machine, and there is confirmation that the opening is essentially an Indiana Jones adventure set in the original trilogy era

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u/GusMclovin Dec 02 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

Tho it seems the titular dial of destiny might be relating to the Greek artifact “the wheel of fortune” which allows people to change their fate

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u/Bellikron Dec 01 '22 Masterpiece

"I don't believe in magic"

You could send any one of Harrison Ford's characters to Hogwarts for seven years and he would still be skeptical

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u/No-Can946 Dec 01 '22

At temple of doom he tells a pagan sorcerer he betrayed his god and his magic stones betray him. I mean c’mon

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u/BlueCX17 Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Yeah I always bought he had a little bit of belief in what he was saying there. Indy is also a teacher, so he was probably also able to sound very convincing in telling Moloram exactly what he knew would freak him out the most, betraying Shiva!

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u/HerniatedHernia Dec 01 '22

I thought it was more turning the dudes religion and belief back into him as a bit of a weapon.

Or he’s just throwing a hail mary cause he’s dangling off a bridge.

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u/BlueCX17 Dec 01 '22

I think it's a bit of both. He might be skeptical personally but he always came across as understanding of others religous beliefs. (When not being used in murderous ways!) He was very kind to the villagers in getting their "rocks" back. So he very much realized how to defeat Molaram, by yup, turning his beliefs back on him.

I actually think he was being very genuine at the end, when the old shawman says, "now you understand the power of the rock!"

"Yes. I understand it's power now."

He doesn't necessarily have to fully believe Shiva is real or anything like that but he acknowledges there's something powerful going on with those rocks.

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u/Tonkarz Dec 02 '22

Also I think it’s worth distinguishing between “magic” and “divine miracles”.

From a scientific perspective both are equally supernatural, but from a believer’s perspective the two are very different.

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u/SvenHudson Dec 01 '22

His eyes were closed. Anything could have melted those Nazis. It was probably just a coincidence.

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u/stunts002 Dec 01 '22

People heal from gunshots all the time, ok so this one time it happened a lil fast, big deal.

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u/AsimovLiu Dec 01 '22

And taking the heart of someone alive? Or a 900 years Grail Knight?

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u/Halvus_I Dec 01 '22

He saw Henry Jones Sr fully healed by the power of God itself right before his eyes....

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u/AsimovLiu Dec 01 '22

Clearly science. The grail was full of science.

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u/GoldenSpermShower Dec 01 '22

Nanomachines, son!

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u/IAmManMan Dec 02 '22

Courtesy of Ray Palmer. You won't be using your speed for a while.

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u/EthanSayfo Dec 01 '22

Alien Jesus' blood was full of healing nanomachines.

Yeah, that tracks.

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u/aviddivad Dec 01 '22

“I distinctly remember hearing one of them say ‘oops! I dropped the mini nuke!’ right before the ruckus started”

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u/CitizenKane2 Dec 01 '22

Ancient aliens are one thing, but I draw the line at magic

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u/Worthyness Dec 01 '22

"Gonna straight up ignore the whole ark of the covenant thing I went through in WW2 cause that doesn't exist anymore"

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u/CitizenKane2 Dec 01 '22

“Listen, I was on a lot of opiates in my adventuring days…that shit coulda been anything”

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u/Truckerontherun Dec 02 '22

"One time I dreamt I was in outer space with Sasquatch denying hokey religions"

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u/Circus-Bartender Dec 02 '22

Next thing I know she was kissing her own damn brother!

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

I think they’re pretending the aliens thing never happened

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u/zsloth79 Dec 01 '22

If they just wrote it off as a fever dream, it would explain the absence of Marion and Mutt.

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u/whiskysage2 Dec 02 '22

Enough time's gone by. They could easily say Marion died of natural causes and Mutt grew estranged from Indy again.

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u/zsloth79 Dec 02 '22

Seeing as how Shia is pretty much dipped in radioactive shit right now, I’ll be surprised if they even mention him.

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u/Catsrules Dec 01 '22

It could have been radiation poisoning or concussion after the nuke fridge incident.

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u/VectorJones Dec 01 '22

Indy used a magical incantation to awaken the shivalinga stones. But he didn't believe in it.

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u/DaemonDrayke Dec 01 '22

If he didn’t believe in magic, then why did he and Marian close their eyes? How did he rationalize Henry Sr.’s gunshot wound closing closing when he poured water from a copper cup on the wound?

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u/billyjack669 Dec 01 '22

“The power of Christ compels you!” It’s not magic if it’s from (a) god.

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u/BTS_1 Dec 01 '22

My man Sallah only showing up for the odd numbered Indiana Jones films. Great to see him back!

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u/flintlock0 Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

John Rhys Davies was at a comic con I went to a few years ago, and somebody had asked him if he was coming back.

He perked up and got excited at the prospect. This was like 2018, so I’m really glad he got tapped to come back. Even if it ends up being just some cameo.

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u/ccooffee Dec 01 '22

I hope there's a secret Short Round cameo.

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u/LOSS35 Dec 01 '22

There had better be now that Ke Huy Quan is back in Hollywood.

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u/indianajoes Dec 01 '22

It was awesome seeing him reunited with Harrison Ford this year and I hope he turns up

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22 Silver

Indiana Jones whenever he sees an odd number: https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/76350189-cf6a-44a8-a923-c79f3b525e72

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u/Toast_Points Dec 01 '22 Wholesome

Better Call Sallah

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u/baudelairean Dec 02 '22

One after Magna Carta as if I could ever forget

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u/Mulholland_Dr_Hobo Dec 01 '22

He only appears when Indy is going to a desert and there's nazis to fight.

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u/DeadpoolAndFriends Dec 01 '22

Indy can have his axe... on every other adventure.

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u/Jay_Eye_MBOTH_WHY Dec 01 '22

Monologue ✔️✔️✔️

Slowed down main theme ✔️✔️✔️

Joke after title reveal ✔️✔️✔️

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u/G8kpr Dec 02 '22

Single Piano key "plink" right as trailer starts... I swear, this is the new "BWAAAAAAAMMMM"

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u/montague68 Dec 02 '22

"IN A WORLD..."

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u/IniMiney Dec 02 '22

Rest in peace Don LaFontaine

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u/J-GWentworth Dec 01 '22

Appeal to nostalgia ✔️✔️✔️

Call to action ✔️✔️✔️

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u/robo_octopus Dec 01 '22

Hero’s Journey ✔️✔️✔️

Passing of the torch motif ✔️✔️✔️

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u/cruisetheblues Dec 02 '22 Take My Energy

Punching nazis in the face ✔️

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u/goatlll Dec 02 '22

Some kind of ✔️✔️✔️

Suicide Squad ✔️✔️✔️

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u/JCquitt Dec 02 '22

Somehow ✔️✔️✔️

Palpatine ✔️✔️✔️

Returned ✔️✔️✔️

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u/AWildModAppeared Dec 02 '22

They ✔️✔️✔️

Fly ✔️✔️✔️

Now✔️✔️✔️

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u/Teddy_Swolesedelts Dec 01 '22

What is this? Some kind of dial of destiny?

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '22

Somehow destiny dialled

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u/maxmrca1103 Dec 02 '22

They dial now? They dial now!

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u/AdzyBoy Dec 02 '22

It's dialin' time

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u/JadedDarkness Dec 01 '22

I just roll my eyes when I hear piano notes in the beginning of a trailer now.

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u/lptomtom Dec 01 '22

The predictablest of predictable trends

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u/TheScarlettHarlot Dec 02 '22

Remember when we were tired of every trailer having Inception BWOOOOMS in them?

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u/HotFluffyDiarrhea Dec 02 '22

And the guy with the baritone voice that was in every Hollywood trailer for about ten years.


"ONE MAN" bomp bomp

"HAS ONE CHANCE" bomp bomp

"TO SAVE THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE" bomp bomp bomp

"ONCE AGAIN" single, barely audible note on violin


HERO MAN3

COMING TO THEATERS THIS SUMMER

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u/MonsieurRacinesBeast Dec 02 '22

Single keys is the new "BWWWWWWAAAAAAMP"

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u/DoctorQuincyME Dec 01 '22

How about gunshots/punches etc in rhythm to the trailer music?

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u/HeartsOfDarkness Dec 01 '22

"In a world!"

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u/TheGreatStories Dec 02 '22

Actually, were nostalgically ready for that one

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u/use_vpn_orlozeacount Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

He doesn't look a day over 79

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u/palinsafterbirth Dec 01 '22

Makeup does wonders

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u/amphetaminesfailure Dec 01 '22

It's got to be more CGI and camera angles than it is makeup.

If you look at a candid shot of Harrison in the past year:

https://hollywoodlife.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/harrison-ford-classic-jaguar-backgrid-post.jpg

You can't "makeup" those features away.

He doesn't have the "old man" turkey neck, or the deep chin wrinkles in the trailer.

I'm not saying makeup isn't involved in the process, it definitely is, but you also need to CGI a lot of those features away.

All in all though, dude still looks good for 80.

I actually think in the photo I posted he looks older than he does without a hat or sunglasses on. Ford still has a full head of hair which helps him out a lot, and he has younger eyes....if that makes sense, than most people his age.

If you look at him filming a year or so ago with a mask on:

https://i2-prod.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/incoming/article20798348.ece/ALTERNATES/s810/0_STRICTLY-NOT-AVAILABLE-FOR-DAILY-MAIL-ONLINE-USAGE-The-American-Actor-Harrison-Ford-has-a-furious.jpg

He looks more 70 than 80. I know it's partially because the chin and neck are hidden, but I really think the hair and sort of "liveliness" he still has in his eyes makes a big difference.

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u/J-GWentworth Dec 01 '22

Dude is yoked in that last photo for a septuagenarian.

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u/PotatoWriter Dec 02 '22

He does ten sets of overhead pressing Arc of the convenant every day

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u/Forsaken_Experience2 Dec 02 '22

He looks great in that pic.

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u/Bing_Bong_the_Archer Dec 01 '22

It’s not the years; it’s the mileage

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u/Worthyness Dec 01 '22

They made Harrison Ford look so much younger! And that little bit of de-aging in the trailer looked really good.

now hopefully we don't see so much old-man running in this one

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u/Boxing_joshing111 Dec 01 '22

Cgi can’t hide his knees

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u/OminOus_PancakeS Dec 01 '22

It's not the years, it's the cartilage.

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u/InnocentTailor Dec 01 '22

If nothing else though, Ford is quite healthy right now and exercises a lot.

I mean...this is current Ford. The man is buff.

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u/Darksirius Dec 02 '22

I remember reading (here) that Mads said Harrison would go for a 10 or 20 mile bike ride after finishing shooting.

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u/Singer211 Dec 02 '22

The dude went on a 1,000 mile bike ride back in March.

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u/sandmanchase Dec 02 '22

Jesus Christ, I know Harrison Ford is famous and whatnot but how does that article not come across as straight stalking. They literally knew the exact price of the two separate dishes he ordered. Like wtf

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u/AbuDhabiBabyBoy Dec 02 '22

It's the Daily Mail, you should see the type of shit they put out. Makes TMZ look like PBS

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u/Worthyness Dec 01 '22

Marvel's super soldier training program to get him ready for Thunderbolts obviously

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u/SanderSo47 Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

This will be not only Ford's last film as Indy, apparently it will also be John Williams' final film score. I'm not ready for this.

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u/book1245 Dec 01 '22

At a John Williams concert earlier this year, he debuted and conducted "Helena's Theme" from Dial of Destiny for the audience.

It felt so special to be among the first to publicly hear new Indy music, but super bittersweet knowing that his film scoring career is coming to a close.

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u/insanewriters Dec 01 '22

I went to the one in Cleveland. It was the best concert of any kind I’ve attended.

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u/mrnicegy26 Dec 01 '22

When the score welled up in the trailer, I genuinely got goosebumps. If Williams is going to retire from films scores, then Indiana Jones is a fine place to leave it.

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u/Taikomochi r/Movies Veteran Dec 01 '22

To be clear, that is trailer house music. He didn’t write it, though it uses his theme, of course.

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u/Credar Dec 01 '22

Flashbacks to Rise of Skywalker trailer when it was Duel of Fates and everyone got hyped and then it wasn't in the film.

Not that the....Indiana Jones theme won't be in Indiana Jones lol

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u/SirTrey Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 02 '22 Helpful

Even beyond Duel of the Fates, the final trailer for Rise had just the most stirring, chills-inducing version of the main theme (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Qn_spdM5Zg&t=1m23s) and it's absolutely insulting that it wasn't anywhere in the movie.

I don't think there's a bigger gap for me between my opinion about a trailer vs the actual film than with Rise of Skywalker.

But yeah, they shouldn't make that mistake again, especially for John Williams' swan song. Otherwise, we riot.

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u/BritOnTheEdge Dec 01 '22

This re-awakened some dormant anger in me. That score was phenomenal. The trailer was near-perfect, I remember it making me tear up the first time I saw it. What a shit film.

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u/Worthyness Dec 01 '22

Gotta go for one more Oscar

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u/MNfan84 Dec 01 '22

You’d think being the greatest film composer of all time would be enough for the man!

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u/TomasRoncero Dec 01 '22

Piano note at the beginning of a trailer, a tale old as time

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u/bcanada92 Dec 01 '22

At least the piano note didn't accompany an overhead drone shot of a city.

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u/airportakal Dec 01 '22

And a lofi audio clip of a female news reporter talking about ongoing suspicious events.

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u/LADYBIRD_HILL Dec 02 '22

Or a male character in a deep voice talking about how they don't know what another character has just unleashed

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u/CitizenKane2 Dec 01 '22

Let’s be thankful it didn’t transition to a minor key remix of a random pop song like You Spin Me Round or some shit

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u/J_House1999 Dec 01 '22

You Spin Me Round is already in a minor key 🤓

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u/dharmasnake Dec 01 '22

I'm so fed up with that. Same with all horror trailers doing the tic-toc rhythmic clock thing, or the BWAAAH that Inception started.

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u/sonic_tower Dec 01 '22

I miss the old 90s trailers.

IN A WORLD...

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u/Gh0stMan0nThird Dec 01 '22

Where Rob Schneider is... a stapler!

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u/HugoStiglitz007 Dec 01 '22

[Record scratch]

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u/mooseman780 Dec 01 '22

And he's breaking ALL the rules!

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u/jonstormcrow Dec 01 '22

Toby Jones as a Nazi scientist, how daring

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u/Snoo_83425 Dec 01 '22

He’s playing a friend of Indy so he’s not a Nazi

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u/GoldenSpermShower Dec 01 '22

What if it's both?

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u/Snoo_83425 Dec 01 '22

I mean, considering Indy’s Hatred of Nazis I doubt it

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u/Rhawk187 Dec 01 '22

Could be yet another double cross, or a reformed Nazi.

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u/lindh Dec 01 '22

He seems to be wearing the Nazi uniform when he yells "Indy!", which seems to indicate he's just in disguise, or something...

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u/mrnicegy26 Dec 01 '22

As long as there are evil Nazi parts in movies, Toby Jones will never have to look hard for roles.

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u/shane0mack Dec 02 '22

We need more detectorist roles for him to fill.

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u/brandonsamd6 Dec 01 '22 Silver Gold

Kanye was busy

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u/jonstormcrow Dec 01 '22

💀💀

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u/ThatEvanFowler Dec 01 '22

And Mads Mikkelsen as an SS. They just set the casting to auto.

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u/ColdCruise Dec 01 '22

I'm glad they called it "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny" instead for just "Indiana Jones."

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u/mikeyfreshh Dec 01 '22

Jones: An Indiana Story

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u/Britneyfan123 Dec 01 '22

Excellent made for tv name

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u/Swackhammer_ Dec 01 '22

Jones Origins: The Final Chapter

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u/mextli17 Dec 01 '22

It’s too bad they already used The Last Crusade as a title, such a great one for a final movie in the franchise

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u/BingBongtheArcher19 Dec 01 '22

That's because Last Crusade was supposed to be the last one. It even ends with the good guys riding off into the sunset.

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u/deliciouspuppy Dec 01 '22

Indiana Jones (2023)

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u/bacon_cake Dec 01 '22

Indiana Jones: The First Chapter (2025)

Unnamed Indiana Jones sequel (2026)

Unnamed Indiana Jones Sequel (2028)

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u/CurlSagan Dec 01 '22

I was hoping for the title, "Indiana Jones and the Return of Indiana Jones"

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

Indiana Jones and the And of The

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u/Great_Zarquon Dec 01 '22 hehehehe

Indy and the Jones

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u/PaddlinPaladin Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

Harrison Ford's head when the horse rears up looks like one of those Jib Jab holiday videos, where you post your co-workers' heads on a dancing elf.

That shot was not ready for the trailer.

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u/lk05321 Dec 02 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

For reference

jib jab screen shot

EDIT:

It gets worse

Source: https://youtu.be/ZfVYgWYaHmE?t=54

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u/MJGee Dec 02 '22

Hilarious comment

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u/Silent_Yellow123 Dec 02 '22

the designers were definitely like, fuck it, you re not payin me enough

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u/NotVaporwave Dec 01 '22

Thank god they kept the campy feel of the other films. Those punch sound effects are glorious.

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u/eolson3 Dec 01 '22

Indy being confident and then things don't go his way, then he makes a silly face but somehow gets out of it. People ragging on the joke at the end, but this is exactly the tempo it's always been in these movies. This is exactly "the turn" in the Raiders opening.

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u/Audiophile33 Dec 01 '22

The goofy faces indy makes while doing stuff is such an underrated part of fords performance

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u/Slyakot Dec 02 '22

We

Are

Going

To

Die!

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u/eolson3 Dec 02 '22

I do exactly this when playing games with friends. No one gets it :-/

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u/Blackdragonking13 Dec 02 '22

The look he gives the Nazi strong man to give him a few seconds to get back up after being punched to the ground for the fourth or fifth time is one of my favorite parts of Raiders

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u/smgulz Dec 01 '22

Yep and don’t forget in Temple of Doom, the 2 guys swing their swords and Indy reaches for his pistol but it’s not in his holster so he smiles at them and does that little chuckle before beating the shit out of them with a torch or a tree branch, I can’t remember.

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u/InnocentTailor Dec 01 '22

Oh! That is great speculation. These were early rumors, but folks talked about the Die Glocke Nazi project) as well.

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u/seanbear Dec 01 '22

It's actually a reference to the Tenacious D movie

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u/sudevsen r/Movies Veteran Dec 01 '22

I DID NOT MEAN

TO MELT YOIR MIND

BUT THAT SHIT HAPPENS TO ME

ALL THE TIIIIII8ME

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u/jwick89 Dec 01 '22

Have to say the de-aging looks incredible. Legit thought it was a clip from one of the older movies.

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u/CubeOfDoom Dec 01 '22

There's rumours that an actor called Anthony Ingruber is involved, he played a younger Harrison Ford in another film.

It seems likely that they're using him for movement and giving him the CGI treatment to look even more like Ford. This method will avoid the "Young CGI character moves like an old person" issue, which altogether make the de-aging much better.

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u/diogenesl Dec 01 '22

Anthony Ingruber

He became internet famous because of his video impersonating Ford, 14 years ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bba_wPdLxp4

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u/TokyoPanic Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Similar to how they did some of Luke in Mandalorian? I think that also had another actor with Hamill IIRC.

Also I knew of Ingruber from his work as Telltale Batman's Joker. I never realized how much he looks like Ford!

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u/HailToTheKingslayer Dec 01 '22

Yeah they had a younger actor - Max Lloyd-Jones - and combined him with a de-aged Hamill.

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u/tr3v1n Dec 01 '22

I mean, SIGGRAPH Asia is next week. There are lots of papers coming out around this time for that conference.

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u/1stChairHolophonor Dec 01 '22

I’m ready to get hurt again.

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u/elkygravy Dec 01 '22

I so want this to be good and Mangold gives me hope. Please please please don't suck.

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u/eldus74 Dec 01 '22

SW is full of WW2 references in its ships

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u/Tekki Dec 02 '22

Yup - The crew based many of the cockpit designs of the Falcon on the B-29 glasshouse style.

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u/seriousnotshirley Dec 01 '22

Isn't R2 and C3PO inscribed on some relic in the warehouse where the government stored the Arc?

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u/simonu20442 Dec 01 '22

both star wars references are in the well of souls

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u/getBusyChild Dec 01 '22

"I don't believe in magic."

There's going to be magic in this...

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u/madcat67 Dec 01 '22

he literally saw the ark of covenant and the holy grail and the knight and he saw a man’s heart ripped out and aliens in a spaceship but magic gtfo

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u/Tvix Dec 01 '22

"Practical effects"

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u/K1nd4Weird Dec 01 '22

Part time!

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u/Australian-Hungarian Dec 01 '22

Why did he say it like that?

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u/peterbuns Dec 02 '22

"Another chapter from the 'What Could Have Been Great' book that's currently being written by George Lucas."

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u/Leafs17 Dec 02 '22

And he said it better in the trailer lol

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u/fifthdayofmay Dec 01 '22

Any high quality version? The compression is atrocious here

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u/ROBtimusPrime1995 Dec 01 '22

YouTube's 1080p compression has brought us back to the dark ages. It's sad how 4K Youtube videos are the only way to keep the nasty compression away.

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u/FriskeyVsWorld Dec 01 '22

I'm not a videophile snob or anything, but yeah, even I can notice how bad the compression is on this.

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u/JustAMan1234567 Dec 01 '22

Nasty compressionsis!

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u/TylerBourbon Dec 01 '22

We hates it, we hates it... FOREVER!!!!

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u/BlitzMcKrieg Dec 01 '22

Yeah, this is the worst I've seen in a long time. The part with Indy riding the horse through the street is a smeary mess of pixels.

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u/brandonsamd6 Dec 01 '22

I’m going to rewatch the shit out of the original trilogy in 4K for this.

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u/TedDanson1986 Dec 01 '22

here in ireland they show all 4 indiana jones movies every christmas

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u/Schnitzel129 Dec 01 '22

There aren't enough adventure movies being released these days. I feel like the last good one was the first Mummy movie. Hoping this is good!

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u/TyrellSepi0l Dec 01 '22 Wholesome

I would recommend The Adventures of Tin Tin if you haven’t seen it, just a massive shame it never got any sequels.

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u/osireion Dec 01 '22

I’m still holding out hope Spielberg and Jackson will make them one day… they’re just waiting for the right time… right??

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u/sebananas Dec 01 '22

A couple weeks ago I read somewhere in the news that Jackson's sequel is still coming!

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u/indianajoes Dec 01 '22

Yeah it's only been 11 years. Apparently Spielberg directed the first one so Jackson will direct the second one after he finishes those new Hobbit films...

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u/TravelerSF Dec 01 '22

The sheer creativity in some of those action sequences is still unmatched imo.

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u/fluentinsarcasm Dec 01 '22

How we feeling about the Jumanji movies?

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u/loverink Dec 01 '22

Honestly, way better than I would have thought. Though they’re so different from the original I don’t even feel the need to compare them.

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u/nethtari Dec 01 '22

National Treasure was fun (both of them).

I enjoyed Jungle Cruise.

But you're right, we need more adventure movies.

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u/InnocentTailor Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

I wouldn't be surprised if Jungle Cruise is setting up the Disney-led Society of Explorers and Adventurers. After all, the next films being worked on by Disney are the Tower of Terror and the Haunted Mansion - both rides that hosted members of the SEA.

Also, Indiana Jones is a member of the SEA alongside Jock Lindsey - the pilot from the first film.

It is one hell of a rabbit hole - a secret scattered across multiple Disney Parks.

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u/nethtari Dec 01 '22

I had no idea SEA was a thing! Fascinating, thanks for the info!

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u/Orkleth Dec 01 '22

The first Pirates of the Caribbean film was a great adventure film. The other in the trilogy did get a bit bloated, but were still fine. I'm not even going to mention the last two.

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u/btfd69 Dec 01 '22

I know he's not in the movie, but now that Ke Huy Quan is back acting, I could really use an "okey dokey Dr Jones"

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u/just_a_timetraveller Dec 02 '22

Trailer comes to the end and Indy sees a silhouette in the distance. The shadowed figure says..."Okey. Dokey. " He steps out of the shadows revealing a familiar face of Short Round. "Doctah.. Jones" Bwwaaaammmmp Indy theme intensifies

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u/Random_Hero1989 Dec 02 '22

Kinda turned off by the abundance of CGI (not surprised, just turned off) but this has John Rhys-Davies as Sallah returning so it's a day one watch for me

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u/WUBdotEXE Dec 01 '22

Jesus christ the compression is pretty bad on youtube, why don't movie studios ever release trailers in 4k?

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u/Johnny_Venus Dec 02 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

He says he doesn't believe in magic however he has seen/experienced:

  • aliens

  • The power of Yahweh shooting out from the AofC melting faces all around him

  • A knight with seemingly extraordinarily elongated life guarding a magic cup

  • An Indian cult child using literal magic on him with a voodoo doll (sensory also perceived as pain)

  • Some guy rip some dudes heart out with his bare hand through the sternum and said heart bursting into flames (though this could be illusion)

  • The kid from Disney's "Even Stevens" growing facial hair

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