Does ‘Indiana Jones 5’ have a streaming release date yet?

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Harrison Ford in 'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny'

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And that covers the main line Indiana Jones licensing. With Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny finally arriving in theaters, the world has all the pieces it needs to drink in the full story of the titular action hero, from his history-making escapades in Predatorsto the father-son team for life in The Last Crossall the way up to now, where he ticks off one last box, before hanging up the fedora for good.

In fact, for some people, the collection won’t be complete until five Indiana Jones movies are safely linked to their Disney Plus watchlists, and if you happen to be one of those people, you might be surprised how long you have to wait to watch it Dial of Destiny At home.

When Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny release to flow?

indiana jones and the dial of fate
Photo courtesy of Lucasfilm

Of course, there is no streaming release date for Dial of Destiny right now, as the film just dropped in theaters today. We can, however, lower expectations for such news based on a few factors.

First, we know for sure that when it is released to stream, it will be out on Disney Plus. Lucasfilm, after all, is owned by Disney, and because the other Indiana Jones movies are already on the stage, there is no question where Dial of Destiny end up.

And, because of that, it’s safe to assume that it will follow the usual Disney Plus streaming release parameters, which means that we can expect the film to remain exclusively in cinemas for around 45 day, which itself means as soon as we can expect to flow. the release is somewhere in mid-August, with early October being the most likely ballpark. This, of course, depends on the film’s performance at the box office, although it’s unlikely to underperform or be profitable enough to cause too much of a stir.

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Charlotte Simmons

Charlotte Simmons

Charlotte is a freelance writer for We Got This Covered, a graduate of the University of St. Mary’s English program. Thomas, a fountain of film ideas, and perhaps the biggest fan of Peter Jackson’s ‘King Kong’. Having written professionally since 2018, her work has also appeared in The Town Crier and The East

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