Yet Another Full Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Trailer!
On May 22nd, the world has many heroes, but there is only one… Indiana Jones! Another brand new, slightly different, full trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has debuted online. It only has a few minor changes compared to the other new trailer released last Saturday, however, if you're a true Indy fan or are anxiously awaiting this movie, it is definitely worth watching. Speculation is growing on what exactly happens in the movie, but I'd rather save that discussion for later… if at all possible. Anyone have any guesses why there is a creepy guy in a jail cell who has shown up in every recent trailer? And are you getting really excited for Indiana Jones' triumphant return yet?!
Watch the second new trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:
You can also watch the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull trailer in High Definition on Apple
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 - 11 Comments
I'm kind of just ready to see this now. ...don't need anymore trailers.
Le Chifre on May 10, 2008
That was just a combo of past tv spots. It wasn't even good
XXX on May 10, 2008
The cinematography is more than great and of course this trailer and the movie it self make me feel a 20 years older 🙂 ... the old time and here we are after just 12 days we will be watching Indiana Jones in another adventure ... I like the part when he stop Shia LaBeouf and say : don't touch anything 🙂 !!!! it remind me by the scene when he said almost the same to Jonathan Ke Quan in the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom : Indiana Jones: Stop! Look, just - stand against the wall, will ya? [Short Round stands against the wall, springing a trap] Short Round: You say to stand against the wall! I listen to what you say! Not my fault! Not my fault! I am sure something like that will happen again 🙂 we will see
shero on May 10, 2008
its pretty much the same trailer from before. but i say it once and i'll say it again, harrison ford isn't bruce willis. this fourth one wouldn't be great.
darrin on May 10, 2008
"but i say it once and i'll say it again, harrison ford isn't bruce willis. this fourth one wouldn't be great." As opposed to what? Die Hard 4? Ford is a really good actor, but he needs a director that knows what the hell he's doing. Spielberg knows how to direct him. Which isn't to say that Willis isn't a good actor - he is - but Live Free Or Die Hard was one of the most overrated piles of crap that came out last year. Transformers beat it, tho.
Squiggly_P on May 10, 2008
After reading some of the reviews on aicn, I'm becoming a little anxious about this movie. I really hope it's good, but I'm not sure it will be. I didn't want to listen to the Spiderman 3 reviews that came out before its release, but they turned out to be right, and now I'm dreading that Indiana Jones could fail me as well.
terces7 on May 10, 2008
This still looks like The Last Crusade Part II, but I'll wait for the reviews, then probably catch it on DVD in a couple of months. Home Cinema Rulez OK (The "Super Mario Ray Winstone" in the poster makes me laugh, though.)
avoidz on May 11, 2008
That's WAY better than the previous trailers. You can't end a trailer with "this isn't good." The early ones looked like they were directed by high school kids smoking p&t. This looks worthy of Spielberg. Still, that german lady with the bad wig doesn't impress me. Robert Downey Jr. would have made a better evil female nazi. I reserve my judgment, for now....
Revfisk on May 11, 2008
that was pretty undramatic to be honest...still going to see it though. haha.
craziemutant on May 12, 2008
The "german lady" is supposed to be Russian, I believe. Cate Blanchett doesn't do anything for me, sorry!
avoidz on May 12, 2008
If the Hulk had Shia Labeouf as Rick Jones, it'd knock this one out the theatre. But unfortunately, it does not. Nonetheless, I'm psyched to see BOTH!
Djo. on May 12, 2008
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