Harrison Ford Premieres ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Trailer: ‘A Movie That Will Kick Your Ass’

Harrison Ford is again because the world’s most good-looking archaeologist — with “a really human story to tell.”

The actor was current for the premiere of a trailer for the fifth installment of the “Indiana Jones” franchise at Disney’s D23 Expo on Friday, in line with AV Membership. After an on-set harm and irritating delay, the movie — which is directed by James Mangold — wrapped manufacturing in February.

“Thank you for making this film such an incredible experience for all of us,” Ford advised the viewers. “I’m very proud to say that this one is fantastic, and this is one of the reasons, ‘Indiana Jones’ is about mystery and adventure but they’re also about heart.”

The 80-year-old described the movie via tears as, “a movie that will kick your ass.”

Ford went on to say that he was “delighted to be here again” earlier than including, “maybe for…[the last time].” This fifth “Indiana Jones” installment has stored followers on pins and needles, as the latest outing was broadly panned by critics and its filmmakers, alike.

The trailer for the movie, which is scheduled to hit theaters subsequent summer season, confirmed Jones shuffling via mysterious archives and trying to show his college students. The fictional professor was additionally seen de-aged and punching Nazis within the face — a mainstay of the franchise.

A voiceover from John Rhys-Davies, who portrayed Sallah in “Raiders of The Lost Ark,” supplied an alluring monologue about Jones needing to get out of the classroom and again into motion. One newcomer to the franchise stated taking pictures the movie was exhilarating.

“I had the time of my life,” Phoebe Waller-Bridge advised the viewers. “Keeping up with [Harrison Ford] is exhausting.”

The Steven Spielberg-produced movie will seemingly function Ford’s remaining outing because the titular character and it received’t function Shia LaBeouf’s character of Mutt Williams, who was revealed to be Marion (Karen Allen) and Jones’ son in “Kingdom of The Crystal Skull,” in line with Time Out.

Anticipation for the movie couldn’t be greater, with obsessive followers hoping it received’t function CGI monkeys and inexperienced display backdrops — and return to its roots of sensible results, cheeky quips and whip-laden adventures via unique mysteries.