Rating: PG-13 (Language|Action|Sequences of Violence|Smoking)
Genre: Adventure, Action
Runtime: 2h 24m
Original Language: English
Director(s): James Mangold
Producer: Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Simon Emanuel
Writer: Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, David Koepp, James Mangold
Release Date (Theaters): Wide
Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures
Production Co: Lucasfilm Ltd.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is a 2023 action-adventure film directed by James Mangold and starring Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones. The film is the fifth and final installment in the Indiana Jones film series.
The film is set in the 1960s and follows Indiana Jones as he races to stop a group of Nazis from using a powerful artifact called the Dial of Destiny to change the course of history. The Dial of Destiny is a device that can control the weather, and the Nazis plan to use it to create a global storm that will wipe out millions of people.
Indiana Jones must travel the world to find the Dial of Destiny and stop the Nazis from using it. Along the way, he will face a number of challenges, including dangerous enemies, deadly traps, and supernatural forces.
Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones
Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Helena Shaw, Jones’s goddaughte
Mads Mikkelsen as Jürgen Voller, a former Nazi during World War II
Antonio Banderas as Renaldo, an old friend of Indy who captains boats
John Rhys-Davies as Sallah, Jones’s old friend
Toby Jones as Basil Shaw, an ally of Jones from his days at World War II and Helena’s father
Boyd Holbrook as Klaber, Voller’s nefarious right-hand man in 1969
Ethann Isidore as Teddy Kumar, Helena’s sidekick
Shaunette Renée Wilson as Mason, a US government agent
Thomas Kretschmann as Colonel Weber, a Nazi working with Voller in 1944
Karen Allen as Marion Ravenwood, Jones’s wife
Olivier Richters as Hauke, a henchman of Voller
Mark Killeen as a henchman of Voller