Watch Harrison Ford do what he does best...punch Nazis and save the day in the first trailer of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

    The first trailer for the higly anticpated fifth installment in the franchise dropped, and it was worth the wait. The trailer is filled with enough action, intrigue, and humor that it leaves you wanting more.

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

    The first trailer for the movie is impressive, to say the least. Just under two minutes long, the trailer switches between a young Indiana Jones fighting Nazis during the Second World war to the 1960s when he is forced to come out of retirement. 

    First things first when it was revealed that they would de-age Harrison Ford for certain parts, so the movie, I and a lot of fans were worried mostly because the recent uses of the technology have not gone down well.

    But after watching the trailer it is clear what Harrison Ford meant when he said he felt a little spooky when he saw the final product, this has to be the best use of the technology so far that Disney actually owns a time machine, or found the fountain of youth. 

    He is not the only one to get the same treatment Mads Mikkelsen who plays Voller, the villain of the movie can also be seen in a few short scenes which are set during world war 2.

    The movie also reunites Indiana with his close friend Sallah, who fans last saw in Indian Jones and The Last Crusade, it is good to see actor John Rhys-Davies return to the franchise after such a long gap.

    The movie will focus on Indiana and his goddaughter Helena played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge trying to stop the Nazis from getting their hand on The Dial of Destiny.

    There will be plenty of action set pieces there in the trailer we see two one is a small town occupied by the Nazis and the other is on top of a movie training both clearly set in the 1940s. 

    The others are set in the 1960s, the first set during a fair in New York City celebrating the success of the Apollo space program and the other set in a desert town.

    The movie directed by James Mangold will not only be the last movie composed by the legendary John Williams but will also be the last movie in the franchise.

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will hit theaters on June 30, 2023.