HARRISON FORD is a franchise veteran. Over the course of his decades-long career, he’s established, not one, not two, but three major movie franchises: Star Wars, Blade Runner, and
Indiana Jones. And while Star Wars might have brought Ford much of his initial fame, the actor is just as much Indiana Jones as he is Han Solo.
Now, four decades since his first appearance as Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harrison Ford is picking up his fedora and whip one last time for his final appearance as the adventuring archaeologist. Starring alongside him are Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook, Antonio Banderas, and more.
The fifth film follows Indy in 1969, when the archaeologist–separated from his wife and urged to go into retirement by Hunter College–is down on his luck. He’s then approached by his late colleague’s daughter, Helena Shaw (Waller-Bridge). The two embark on an adventure to fulfill the last wishes of her father by locating and destroy a time-traveling artifact, the Dial of Archimedes. But like any Indiana Jones film, acquiring an ancient treasure is anything but easy.
If you’re a longtime Indiana Jones fan, you won’t want to miss his final act. Catch up on the previous four films, grab your ticket, and strap in for one more ride. Want to know when it’ll head to streaming, or how long it’ll be in theaters? Here’s how to watch Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.
How to Watch Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
Right now, Dial of Destiny is only available to watch in theaters. However, it’s easy to guess where its streaming home will be.
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When will Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny go on streaming?
Depending on the length of the film’s theatrical run, Dial of Destiny could be out of theaters and on streaming services as soon as August 2023.
Where will Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny stream?
Dial of Destiny will stream on Disney+, as the film is distributed by Walt Disney Studios. As long as you have a Disney+ subscription, you’ll be able to watch the film as many times as you want whenever it hits the platform.
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