New props inspired by “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” have been added to Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar in Disney Springs.
“Dial of Destiny” Props in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar
Atop one of these wall-mounted bookshelves is a new brown leather bag.
Papers and photos are spilling out of the bag, including a more recent photo of Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones.
There are several new items in the lost and found cabinet near the restrooms.
Some of the other props in the lost and found have been moved around to make room for the new items.
There’s a journal featuring a Dial of Destiny diagram.
There are also two decks of playing cards in a leather carrying case.
A golden clock has a tag reading “Happy retirement Dr. Jones!”
A clock is a traditional gift for retirees.
This framed bulletin board has something new.
There’s a photo of Indy, his friend Basil Shaw, and Basil’s daughter (and Indy’s goddaughter) Helena Shaw.
Watch our original tour of Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar from its grand opening seven years ago:
Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests can enjoy the Den of Destiny featuring props and drinks inspired by the film.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on May 18. It opened in theaters on June 30.
The MPAA rates the movie PG-13. According to their classification, the rating is due to “sequences of violence and action, language and smoking.” While the rating itself doesn’t add much to what can be expected in the fifth and final film, it is an interesting reminder that the second film of the franchise, “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” was a main catalyst (alongside “Gremlins”) that led the MPAA to create the PG-13 classification in the first place.
“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” takes place in 1969, amidst the space race. Indiana Jones will encounter his old enemy, the Nazis, again. The antagonist, Voller, is a villain inspired by Wernher von Braun — a real Nazi who became a NASA engineer.
The teaser trailer and artwork for the film debuted in December. A second teaser for “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” premiered during Super Bowl LVII.
Harrison Ford, now 80 years old, stated this will be his last “Indiana Jones” movie.
Before the film’s full title was announced, Empire shared behind-the-scenes photos and interviews with the cast last November.
“It’s full of adventure, full of laughs, full of real emotion. And it’s complex and it’s sneaky,” Ford said at the time. “The shooting of it was tough and long and arduous. But I’m very happy with the film that we have.”
It’s rumored that an Indiana Jones TV series could be in development for Disney+. It remains unclear if the storyline of this series would be a prequel to the films, set somewhere inside the franchise narrative, or following a totally new character rather than Henry Jones Jr. If this series is developed, it would not be the first TV show about Indiana Jones. In 1992-1993, “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles” aired on ABC. Harrison Ford made a cameo appearance in one episode.