The final Indiana Jones movie with Harrison Ford in the saddle, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, will hit Disney+ on Friday, Dec. 1.
That’s a pretty long theatrical window for the movie, which hit theaters on June 30, the movie landing in Disney+ homes five months after its play in cinemas.
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The movie marked the first in the franchise to be directed by James Mangold after Steven Spielberg stepped away from the helmer’s chair to simply executive produce.
Dial of Destiny, which starred multi-Emmy winning Fleabag actress creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and earned the franchise’s worst reviews at 69% fresh. The $300M+ movie debuted to a muted $60.3M stateside and on a global basis wound up as the fourth highest-grossing title in the series out of five pics at the box office with $383.9M, behind Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ($790.6M), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ($474M), and the first movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark ($389.9M). The lowest grossing movie was the second installment, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom with $333.1M at the worldwide box office.
Also streaming on Disney+ on Dec. 1 is Timeless Heroes, a feature-length documentary which showcases the creation of the legendary swashbuckler. Docu is directed by Laurent Bouzereau, and explores Harrison Ford’s enduring appeal and his upbringing, including his foray into the entertainment business, his casting in the iconic Indiana Jones franchise, and the impact and inspiration generated by the films. It is an in-depth look at an incredible moment in film history when Spielberg and George Lucas assembled an epic creative team. There’s never-before-seen footage and interviews with Ford, Spielberg, Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, James Mangold, and many others as well.
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