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Indiana Jones 5 trailer's de-aged Harrison Ford sends fans wild

Indiana Jones 5 trailer's de-aged Harrison Ford sends fans wild

The first trailer for the fifth and final film with Harrison Ford is here.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny's first trailer has dropped and it shows off the huge improvements in Disney's de-aging technology on actor Harrison Ford, leading to fans' astonished reactions.

At the Comic Con Experience hosted in São Paulo, Brazil, the three hour panel was packed with reveals from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Avatar: The Way of Water, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and more. The convention itself built a booth for the fifth Indiana Jones film, with a giant rock structure, rope bridge and crates, and it was crystal clear that Disney is giving this film as much opportunity to shine in the spotlight as possible.

With no more ado, here's the trailer for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny:

The action-packed trailer sees Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Shaunette Renée Wilson, Thomas Kretschmann, Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, Olivier Richters, Ethann Isidore, and Mads Mikkelsen round out the remaining cast. Set in 1969, the Space Race is in full swing, and Indiana Jones is concerned that the move to recruit former enemies from World War II will spell disaster for the American's efforts to reach the Moon before the Soviet Union. Mads Mikkelsen plays Voller, a Nazi who has been hired by NASA though he has his own motives, and Boyd Holbrook is Klaber, his right-hand man.

Naturally, fans are floored by how good the film looks and how the tech team de-aged Harrison Ford for what we're assuming are flashback scenes. "I'm so stunned how well they made him look so young!" said KensBlade. "Indy looks flawless... it's SO good," added another.

Of course, MachineGames is currently working on an Indiana Jones game with a "phenomenal" team telling a new story within the canon of the original trilogy of films. That being said, alarm bells were ringing when it was spotted that the developer was seeking a monetization and live designer to manage in-game microtransactions and support ongoing content. It might not be referring to the new Indiana Jones game, but, we're going to hold onto our hats for now.

Featured Image Credit: Disney

Topics: TV And Film, Disney