It’s finally Indiana Jones The week is this Friday Harrison FordIn its ultimate adventure as the famous fedora-wearing archeologist, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, cashed its way into theaters everywhere. With that comes many emotions for fans of the iconic character, but this is one Indiana Jones The movie stands for a ton of stand out action. In the latest feature, Dial of DestinyIts action set piece is the star of the show.
“I’m making it up as I go”
The two-minute behind-the-scenes footage shows Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridgedirector James Mangoldand producers Kathleen Kennedy And Steven Spielberg Breaking the jaw-dropping spectacle of Indy’s last win. From a stunning night train sequence to a tuk-tuk race through Cianju to a horse chase through the streets of 1960s New York, there is no shortage of high-flying adventure. However, like feature highlights, action means nothing if the audience doesn’t care. The Indiana Jones The franchise has made a name for itself with heartwarming pulse pounding spectacles. Dial of DestinyMangold kept that old fashion tradition alive by doing as much practical “real action” as possible. There are so many mind-blowingly memorable set pieces from Indy’s past. From the truck chase the invaderChase from minecart Temple of Doomand chases from tanks and motorcycles The Last Crusade Just to name a few. Even less than good Realm of the Crystal Skull The opening Area 51 battle had its fair share of stand out moments.
What holds this franchise together, however, is Ford’s love and commitment. His constant passion for the character cannot be understated. Seeing him talk about the care put into every action beat will give any long-time fan endless laughs. Especially, giving him a new look in the clothes on the set. It really felt like he was having the time of his life making this final film. This will only make this adventure more emotional than before.