It's the trailer that we've all been waiting for (well, at least those of a certain age.)

If you grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, the Indiana Jones films will undoubtedly hold a special place in your heart that not even Shia La Beouf could taint.

Now, Indy's 5th and final adventure is upon us as Harrison Ford takes on arguably his most famous role one last time in 'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny'.

The trailer sees Indy being pulled back into the fray as we see the now-80-year-old Ford - and a de-aged version of him - hanging off trains and cars, riding a horse through a subway and punching a few Nazis, for good measure (take note, Kanye.)

Eagle-eyed viewers will also spot none other than Phoebe Waller-Bridge (aka Fleabag), who plays his goddaughter in the film, which is directed by James Mangold ('Walk the Line', 'Logan', 'The Wolverine') who took the reins after Steven Spielberg stepped away form the project in 2020. John Rhys-Davies also reprises his role as Sallah.

See the trailer below, as well as the reaction on social media...