Harrison Ford announced his latest film with director James Mangold and co-star Phoebe Waller-Bridge. As emphasized by, among others Carson Burton and William Earl of Variety i Yahoo.comthe actor seemed very emotional and even close to tears while addressing the audience and partners.
Ford, close to tears, announced his last Indiana Jones film
“Thank you for making these films a wonderful experience for all of us. I am proud to say that this is truly wonderful” – he announced and pointed out that Waller-Bridge emphasized that his performance is one of the strongest aspects of the production. . “The Indiana Jones movies have always been about dreams and secretbut the heart is also a big part of them. We have a great story to tell here, and a movie that will take you off the board,” Ford praised the latest installment in the series to attendees of the D23 Disney exhibit.
I am very happy to be here. Maybe in time… No. That would be enough. More to you, I will not fall. But thank you very much.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge was also very enthusiastic about the picture: It was the best time of my life making this film. I feel very lucky. And continuing to be with this person is exhausting. He laughed and pointed to Harrison Ford. The plot of the newest episode is still under wraps, but we do know that Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, Boyd Holbrook, Shaunette Renée Wilson, Toby Jones and Antonio Banderas have also joined the cast. The premiere is scheduled for June 2023.
However, we will have to wait a little longer for the “Indiana Jones 5” trailer to hit the web. However, Richard Trenholm and Sean Keane together cnet.com insist that the picture is attractive and in full accordance with the spirit of the series. A shot has already been announced where Jones whips a group of thugs (and they disarm them), as well as a scene where the 80-year-old actor has been digitally recreated. People gathered at D23 – according to reports “Economic Times“There were about six thousand people on the scene,” the actor had to applaud to a standing ovation.
Harrison Ford first played Indiana Jones in 1981. It was then that the movie “Attack on the Lost Ark” got its premiere, which was released after the fifth part of “Star Wars” and before the cult “Blade Runner”. The outspoken and courageous archeologist loved the audience so much that in the 1980s, two more productions were made about his appearance – “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” hit the screens in 1984, and “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” in 1989. long before the fourth part of the series was shot – this premiere was only in 2008. Although the production of “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” did not impress critics, the film emerged as the highest in the series. The fifth movie in the series has been announced since 2016, but work postponed several times, most recently due to the outbreak of the corona virus.
The D23 Expo is a gathering where Disney gave attendees an early taste of what it has in store for the coming year. During the event, the first material from productions such as, among others, “Peter Pan and Wendy”, “Haunted Mansion”, “Win or Lose”, “Win or Lose”, “Black Panther: Wakanda in My Heart “, “Avatar: The Essence of Water” or “Illusion Island”.