The trailer for the untitled Indiana Jones 5 movie has just leaked and Disney is in a panic trying to scrub it from the internet.

The first trailer for Indiana Jones 5 has just been leaked. Many of the videos of the trailer on Twitter were quickly taken down due to a copyright strike by Disney, although, some screenshots of the preview still remain on the web, as you can see below.

Screenshots show Mads Mikkelsen’s character in the film in full Nazi regalia, looking as formidable and sinister as always. Harrison Ford can also be seen in some of the screenshots, where he appears to be de-aged to some degree, although this is unclear due to the images low quality.

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“The leaked Indiana Jones 5 trailer gave me the serotonin boost of a lifetime, made me feel like I’m fucking five again. When that certain someone showed up, I hollered.”

“Mads Mikkelsen in the trailer for Indiana Jones 5 (yes, that’s a full nazi uniform so please no tasteless replies!)”


EDIT to ADD: Full Video has leaked!!

It’s good to finally hear some good news about the filming of the fifth installment in the Indiana Jones franchise, as the last information we heard about its filming was related to a crew member being found dead on location.

As reported by the New York Post, the 54-year-old camera department pro was found dead in his hotel room in the city of Fez.

Cupac’s cause of death has not yet been publicly revealed, but but “he is thought to have died of natural causes,” The Sun reported.

“Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Nic Cupac, an incredibly talented colleague and member of the film community who will be greatly missed,” a spokesperson for the production told The New York Post.

“His sudden passing was not production-related. Nic was a grip on 2nd unit.”

Cupac was a much-respected industry veteran who had worked on franchises including Stars WarsHarry Potter and Jurassic Park.

Indiana Jones 5 will reportedly be coming to theaters sometime in 2023

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