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For fans of everyone’s favourite adventuring archaeologist, Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny has been a long time coming. The 1960s-set sequel is finally coming to cinemas later this year and we’ve had a few teasers of what’s to come so far.
Notably, this will be the first feature film in the series not to be directed by Steven Spielberg, with James Mangold (Le Mans ’66, Logan) at the helm for this fifth and final outing. Spielberg and series co-creator George Lucas will serve as executive producers instead.
Mangold has said the film is a story about “a hero at sunset”, reckoning with Indy’s advancing age, but what else does this fifth and final film have in store?
Here’s everything you need to know about Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny…
Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny release date
The new Indiana Jones adventure will arrive exclusively in UK cinemas on 28 June, 2023. This is two days earlier than its global release on 30 June.
It is set to the be the longest Indy film so far with executive producer Kathleen Kennedy telling Collider at Star Wars Celebration in April that the film is "around 2 hours 22 [or] 23 minutes", adding that runtime "seems to be a hot topic".
The film will host its world premiere at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, 18 May with Disney confirming that this will indeed be Dr Jones' final big-screen quest.
It’s been 15 years since the fourth instalment, Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, which came along a whopping 19 years after the original trilogy-topper Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade.
The earliest rumblings of a fifth instalment came after Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull was released in 2008 and have gradually grown louder over time. This is the first new Indy adventure released by Disney, which acquired Lucasfilm in 2012 and later purchased the Indiana Jones distribution rights from Paramount in 2013.
Look for it on Disney+ rather than Paramount+ a few months after the exclusive cinema release.
What are critics saying about Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny?
After premiering at Cannes Film Festival to a standing ovation and a teary-eyed Ford, early reviews for Indy's fifth and final adventure have started to arrive. Is it fortune and glory or do critics have a bad feeling about Dr. Jones' last quest? Here's what they've been saying.