Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Go on a High Speed Chase in "Indiana Jones 5" Teaser Trailer

It's been over 40 years since audiences were first introduced to the legendary adventurer and archaeologist Indiana Jones. The first film in the iconic franchise, "Raiders of the Lost Ark," was released in 1981 and has since generated four more films, inspired several video games, and garnered a fiercely loyal fan base. The upcoming film, which is called "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," wrapped production in February and will feature a star-studded cast that, of course, includes Harrison Ford, but it may be his last (more on that later). The first trailer, released on Dec. 1, shows the intrepid title character embarking on a series of increasingly dramatic high-speed chases, occasionally accompanied by Phoebe-Waller Bridge, who plays Helena, Indy's goddaughter. Although it's unfathomable to imagine the franchise without Ford, rumors did circulate in 2019 that "Jurassic World" actor Chris Pratt would replace Ford in a reboot of the Indiana Jones film. In a July episode of the "Happy Sad Confused" podcast, Pratt jokingly said he didn't want to replace the veteran actor, and for an amusing reason. "All I know is I once saw a quote from Harrison Ford, and I don't even know if it was really him but it was enough to scare me, that was like, 'When I die, Indiana Jones dies.' And I'm like, am I going to get haunted by the ghost of Harrison Ford one day when he dies if I play . . . ?" Pratt said. Though details of the movie have been kept under wraps, here's all we know about the upcoming fifth Indiana Jones movie, from the cast members and the release date to the official poster and stills.

Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Go on a High Speed Chase in "Indiana Jones 5" Teaser Trailer

It's been over 40 years since audiences were first introduced to the legendary adventurer and archaeologist Indiana Jones. The first film in the iconic franchise, "Raiders of the Lost Ark," was released in 1981 and has since generated four more films, inspired several video games, and garnered a fiercely loyal fan base.

The upcoming film, which is called "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," wrapped production in February and will feature a star-studded cast that, of course, includes Harrison Ford, but it may be his last (more on that later). The first trailer, released on Dec. 1, shows the intrepid title character embarking on a series of increasingly dramatic high-speed chases, occasionally accompanied by Phoebe-Waller Bridge, who plays Helena, Indy's goddaughter.

Although it's unfathomable to imagine the franchise without Ford, rumors did circulate in 2019 that "Jurassic World" actor Chris Pratt would replace Ford in a reboot of the Indiana Jones film. In a July episode of the "Happy Sad Confused" podcast, Pratt jokingly said he didn't want to replace the veteran actor, and for an amusing reason. "All I know is I once saw a quote from Harrison Ford, and I don't even know if it was really him but it was enough to scare me, that was like, 'When I die, Indiana Jones dies.' And I'm like, am I going to get haunted by the ghost of Harrison Ford one day when he dies if I play . . . ?" Pratt said.

Though details of the movie have been kept under wraps, here's all we know about the upcoming fifth Indiana Jones movie, from the cast members and the release date to the official poster and stills.