The trailer opens with Harrison Ford’s iconic archaeologist asleep in his apartment — until the Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil” jolts him awake, a signal that we’re far removed from the era of the original Indiana Jones films. Indy is in late-‘60s New York and he’s also retiring, but not before his goddaughter, Helena (played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge), recruits him for one more adventure: to recover a “dial that could change the course of history.” We also see earlier Indy escapades, including an encounter with Mads Mikkelsen’s villainous Jürgen Voller, who is after the dial. There are car chases, horse-in-the-subway pursuits, and falls from planes. In other words, it looks like an Indy journey through and through.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, directed by James Mangold, arrives June 30 in theaters. Don’t forget your fedora.