First clip from Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny released!

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will be the longest film in the franchise, clocking in at 154 minutes – and one of those minutes has been released online!

The film premieres this week at the Cannes Film Festival, and the Festival released a minute-long clip of a car chase through a street, which looks like classic Indy action.

The Festival also published the runtime as being 154 minutes, making the movie 2 hours and 34 minutes long. That’s by far the longest in the Indiana Jones franchise, beating out The Last Crusade, which previously held the record at 2 hours and 7 minutes – making this one nearly a half hour longer.

The movie will premiere on Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival in France ahead of its release in theaters next month, on June 30. It will mark the fifth and final time that Harrison Ford dons the hat as the iconic character, and therefore marks the end of an era for one of Hollywood’s most storied movie franchises. The movie is directed by James Mangold (who was recently announced as helming an upcoming Star Wars movie, too), and stars fellow Star Wars alums Phoebe Waller-Bridge (L3-37) and Mads Mikkelson (Galen Erso).

This first clip that was released also gives us our first taste of John Williams’s score for the film, as this will be his fifth and final time scoring the franchise as well. The scene feels a lot like classic Indiana Jones action, and I’m excited to see more when Dial of Destiny hits theaters next month.

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