Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is almost here, and Disney brought a brand-new action-packed clip to CinemaCon 2023 to help with the wait featuring Indy and Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Helena chasing Mads Mikkelsen's Jürgen Voller by car.
Before the clip was aired, Harrison Ford appeared in a pre-recorded message to thank those in attendance and say, "playing Indiana Jones all these years has meant the world to me." He also joked that these films were filled with so much, but why did one of those things "have to be snakes?!"
Now, on to the clip. It begins with Indy and Helena, the latter of who is engaged to a mobster and calls Indy a grave robber, being chased through the streets of Tangiers. It then cuts to them in a vehicle with the kid we see from the latest trailer.
They are chasing after Voller and his henchmen in a car as they are also being pursued by more enemies on motorcycles. Our heroes fly down a steep staircase and hit a wall. Helena and the kid get out and take another vehicle as Indy tries to restart his. Once he does, he resumes the chase.
"You think he'd be proud of this?" Indy yells at Helena, presumably about her father as Indy is her godfather. "How did you end up like this?"
"What? Beautiful and self-sufficient?" Helena responds before she jumps on the back of Voller's car.
"What do you think you're doing?!" Indy yells.
"Getting what's mine!" Helena screams as she smashes the car's window and starts choking Voller by his tie.
Helena then yells, "Rescue me?!" after Indy says he isn't here to rescue her, and the scene ends shortly thereafter with them escaping from the henchman's car that can't quite squeeze through a passageway.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will be released in theaters on June 30, 2023. For more, check out the news that Harrison Ford won't be involved in any Indiana Jones TV shows, our chat with director James Mangold on why, among other things, Indy is still fighting Nazis in this film, and our breakdown of the latest trailer.