Indiana Jones, the archaeologist and adventurer played by Harrison Ford, 40 years after his debut, is still today one of the most beloved characters in the world of cinema. At Disney's D23 Expo, Indiana Jones was one of the protagonists of the event.
In fact, the first news of the highly anticipated fifth film dedicated to the character created by Steven Spielberg during the event, with costumes and concept art, and a meeting that did not take place at Indiana Jones and the Cursed Temple have been announced.!
Ke Huy Quan was present at D23, who after Everything Everywhere All At Once will be one of the protagonists of the second season of Loki. The actor rose to fame in the second Indiana Jone movie, thanks to the role of Shorty.
"I love you, Indy" reads the caption of the photo published by the 51-year-old actor who appears hugged to Harrison Ford.
Indian Jones 5: Harrison Ford's latest adventure
At D23, the exclusive Indiana Jones 5 trailer was shown.
For now, no information on the contents has been leaked online. Harrison Ford has revealed that it will be the last film in which he will take on the role of the archaeologist. James Mangold, director of the film, has instead explained that both George Lucas and Steven Spielberg were involved in the realization of the project.
Before the start of the panel, however, some concept art and costumes from Indiana Jones 5 were shown. Taking the stage to present some snippets of the upcoming fifth chapter, Harrison Ford let slip a joke: "Indy! That's it!
This is the last time I get hurt for you!" In fact, the actor suffered a shoulder injury during filming, while on the set of Star Wars: The Awakening of the Force he even broke his leg. CEO Bob Iger initially hinted that the saga would continue, but LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy later stated, "We won't do any more Indiana Jones without Harrison Ford."