Final Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Trailer!
The second and final official theatrical trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has finally launched. As we all know, Indiana Jones is returning again after 19 years with Mutt as his new sidekick. This trailer looks absolutely phenomenal - I can't even contain my excitement! Now with both Iron Man and Speed Racer out of the way, this has shot to the top of my most anticipated list. The Dark Knight can wait, right now I'm all about Indiana Jones! This is the first time for me that this movie has really felt like a real sequel to the other Indiana Jones movies. The chemistry between Harrison Ford and Shia LaBeouf seems to get better and better and I love all the great lines and action scenes. Fire it up and enjoy and let us know what you think below! Only 18 more days left…
Watch the new trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:
You can also watch the new Indiana Jones 4 trailer in High Definition on 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 film 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.
Reader Feedback - 27 Comments
AWESOME!!! And that last part, "I don't think he plans that far ahead", was great.
Andrew on May 3, 2008
Jojo on May 3, 2008
OMG THIS IS GONNA BE AWESOM!
Movie dude on May 3, 2008
Exhilarating! In tradition with the previous three "Indy" flicks, the big set pieces are always omitted from the trailers. This trailer gives us an idea of what we're in for. I can't wait!
Spider on May 3, 2008
why am i not excited for this movie!!
silver on May 3, 2008
cyn on May 3, 2008
im sorry but im with silver, Mr. ford isnt Bruce Willis, this fourth installment should have been made.
darrin on May 3, 2008
A crystak skull made out of solid gold? Did I hear right? Is that even possible? Well anyways great trailer, Go Indy!
bltzie on May 3, 2008
Haha, my thoughts exactly blitzie. If anyone can pull it off, spielberg can. I am more excited than ever for this, that trailer was great!
Keith on May 3, 2008
@ bltzie I think that the city the skull was stolen from was made of gold...at least that's what I thought I heard in the trailer...
jason_md2020 on May 3, 2008
yes. the city was made out of solid gold, it's a freaking crystal..how the fuck could crystal be made from gold?..wtf? awesomeish trailer...I preferred the original teaser trailer..that one gave me chills and made me pine for the other films. i'm seein' this fuckin' thing.
Garrett.king on May 3, 2008
Nothing different then the first 2. Will watch it though
SHANE D on May 3, 2008
always been an Indy fan...really love that they made the sidekick a biker...shame they goofed on the bike though...it is supposed to be 1957...the bike in the release photos is definately not a '57 HD...it is at least a 2000 or later model....oh well, every body makes a miostake now and then....should be a killer movie...
cornholio_by_the_sea on May 3, 2008
It's just a bunch of random action shots showing nothing else... I just can't get all that excited for this... I first saw it last night at Iron Man...but the new Dark Knight trailer was the highlight of the trailers.
Jeff Warner on May 3, 2008
Just for the record, this trailer is at the start of Iron Man in the UK.
Stuart Mellor on May 3, 2008
That is a real movie ... and that is what I call a real Trailer 🙂 18 days days left for it and 11 days left for my birthday ... I am thinking to make the party in the same day the movie will be release ... 🙂 We will see 🙂
shero on May 3, 2008
awesome trailer and im so going to see this opening weekend I just recently finally watched all the earlier movies for the first time and loved them so im looking forward to this release for sure.
Curtis on May 4, 2008
Karen Allen looks great!
kitano0 on May 4, 2008
Couple things irked me: 1. Shia showing up looking like Marlon Brando in "The Wild One" http://us.movies1.yimg.com/movies.yahoo.com/images/hv/allposters/83/1800135583p.jpg 2. Reiteration of Indiana Jones quotes, like Marion saying "I don't think he plans that far ahead." It's a little too wink-wink for me. George Lucas pulled the same wink-wink crap in his Star Wars prequels. "This is my girlfriend Beru..." 3. Seems like a reliance upon GIANT explosions. I don't remember any really big explosions in the Indiana Jones movies, except for when Marion's truck supposedly blows up. But now Indy's got rocket launchers and rocket-powered cars and a wall explodes. It just looks to me like the way I would have imagined it being a failure, and that's to say trying too hard. 4. Also bothers me that the Ray Winstone character seems to be some sort of replacement for the late Denholm Elliott. Regardless, much like Star Wars, I have a Pavlovian response to all things Indiana Jones, so I will probably be eating popcorn at some point; I'm just not gonna expect too much.
The Brain on May 5, 2008
Whats with this latent Speed Racer hype? This crap is gonna crash big time. After the second weekend it‘s dead for sure.
Mark on May 5, 2008
jojo if you think indiana jone is boring well you are either retarded or just plain un-American asshole
jarhead on May 7, 2008
looks class, its one for the big screen
shaltel on May 9, 2008
I can't wait to see this Movie. A long awaited sequel. This movie is what everything is about. Popcorn, good company, good times and adventure.
Luis on May 19, 2008
for some reason i keep thinking Cate Blanchett is going to speak English with a German accent in the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull though she's supposed to be Russian
patrick on May 22, 2008
wow no lives
Taco on May 28, 2008
Who would call someone voicing an opinion UNAMERICAN? Voicing opinions is a fundamentally AMERICAN concept. I should know.
BenFranklin on May 28, 2008
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