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

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, according to AV Club. After an on-set injury and frustrating delay, the movie — which is directed by James Mangold — wrapped manufacturing in February.

“Thanks for making this movie such an unbelievable expertise for all of us,” Ford instructed the viewers. “I’m very proud to say that this one is unbelievable, and this is among the causes, ‘Indiana Jones’ is about thriller and journey however they’re additionally about coronary heart.”

The 80-year-old described the movie by way of tears as, “a film that may kick your ass.”

Ford went on to say that he was “delighted to be right here once more” earlier than including, “possibly for…[the last time].” This fifth “Indiana Jones” installment has saved followers on pins and needles, as the most recent outing was widely panned by critics and its filmmakers, alike.

The trailer for the movie, which is scheduled to hit theaters subsequent summer season, confirmed Jones shuffling by way of mysterious archives and making an attempt 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 Misplaced Ark,” supplied an alluring monologue about Jones needing to get out of the classroom and again into motion. One newcomer to the franchise mentioned capturing the movie was exhilarating.

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

The Steven Spielberg-produced film will possible function Ford’s ultimate outing because the titular character and it received’t characteristic Shia LaBeouf’s character of Mutt Williams, who was revealed to be Marion (Karen Allen) and Jones’ son in “Kingdom of The Crystal Cranium,” according to Time Out.

Anticipation for the movie couldn’t be larger, with obsessive fans hoping it won’t feature CGI monkeys and green screen backdrops — and return to its roots of sensible results, cheeky quips and whip-laden adventures by way of unique mysteries.

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