New Indiana Jones 4 TV Spot Whips into Action!

March 29, 2008
Source: IndianaJones.com

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull TV Spot

There's about 5 seconds of new footage, some enormous May 22nd text, and an ominous booming "this film is not yet rated" voice. Besides that, it's nothing more than the same footage we already saw back in the first trailer. But it is Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, so screw it, because you're going to watch it anyway. The last of the very big May releases, Indiana Jones 4 lands in theaters on Thursday, May 22nd, which is Memorial Day weekend for all you veterans. That means we've still got around 54 more days left in which they can debut more trailers and tease us even more. Enjoy!

Watch the new TV spot for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:

[flv:indianajones4-tvspot1.flv 598 254]

You can also watch the Indiana Jones 4 TV spot in High Definition at IndianaJones.com

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is directed by the legendary Steven Spielberg with a story by George Lucas and screenplay by David Koepp (Mission: Impossible, Spider-Man, War of the Worlds). The movie is the fourth in the Indiana Jones series and takes place in the 1950s, around 20 years after Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull arrives in theaters this summer on May 22nd! The final poster is featured below.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Poster

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  • silver
    Yes... :)
  • C.D. Bradley
    May 22nd would actually lead in to Memorial Day weekend, for all the veterans, but otherwise, yeah!
  • Woops, thanks for catching my mistake. Either way, ya! Indiana Jones!!
  • brian
    Okay, wait-this takes place in the eighties? Really? Your description says it takes place 30 years after the last crusade, in the '50's. Wasn't the last crusade in the 40's? And if this takes place in the fifities, how is that 30 years after last crusade? I'm lost. This is the '80's? Really?
  • I heard that it took place in the 50s-70s this one. No one really knows for sure I think. I think this will be pretty big, I mean a huge cross-section will see it. Almost every adult grew up on this and has been shown to all their kids. I wouldn't be too shocked if this comes out on top of Dark Knight. Also it looks sweet :)!
  • bltzie
    Alex, this actually takes place 19 to 20 years after the last crusade (not 30), acknowledging to real-life time span between the two movies So this movie will take place in 1957
  • bltzie
    oh and to make my point here's a synopsis from the last crusade from rottentomatoes.com "It’s 1938 and Indy (Harrison Ford) receives word that his archaeologist dad, Professor Henry Jones (Sean Connery), has disappeared while on a quest for the Holy Grail. Indy embarks on a search for both his dad and the much-coveted artifact."
  • darrin
    i hope speilberg could make up for his mistake with war of the worlds.
  • Spider
    It's exciting! "Indiana Jones" back on the silver screen! Almost surreal! I can't wait!
  • Ah shoot! Thanks guy, I made that mistake before - simple confusion... I fixed it in other posts but not the trailers. Fixed! Thanks for all the help, and yes, you are all right - it is ~20 years after in the 1950s or so.
  • Anonymous
    So this is National Treasure 3?
  • Jaybear
    I'm going to take the assumption that the skull is alien based somehow. Due to the fact that the are in area 51 for most of the full trailer. I'm probably wrong. Anyway my original thought is , "Doesn't the crystal skull look like a cheap oriental trading alien toy?" Hope it looks better in the movie than on the poster.
  • GENE
    I don't think indy is too old in the movies his official age in it is 58
  • Anonymous
    Steven Spielberg!!! all i know about this movie know is that there is going to be a lot of explosions and things blowing up in the movie if he is going to direct it lol. he is a really good director though. he did tranformers, and that movie was amazing. they also got some real good actors for this movie too.
  • JayBear
    Steven Spielberg directed the other films of Indian Jones so this isn't his first time doing it....also Michael Bay directed Transformers, not steven spielberg. Sorry anonymous..




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