Maestro John Williams conducted a surprise orchestral performance of the Indiana Jones Hollywood premiere song Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Wednesday night.
Steven Spielberg was present to present the film. after recognition Indiana Jones Creator George Lucas and star Harrison Ford go on to be “the guy who’s the glue for all five of these movies, who’s given us all our beat and all our tone.” Then the curtain rose to reveal 91-year-old Williams and his full orchestra.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Hits theaters June 30th. Along with Harrison Ford, the film stars Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook, Antonio Banderas, Shawnette Renée Wilson, Thomas Kretchman, Toby Jones, Oliver Richers, and Ethan Isidore. James Mangold directed the film, becoming the first person other than Spielberg to direct a part of the franchise.
Spielberg is actually making a documentary about Williams, with whom he has collaborated on 27 films.
Indiana Jones’ first surprise! Steven Spielberg gives nods to his fellow Indy creators — George Lucas, Harrison Ford, and someone not on stage, John Williams. Then the curtain rose to reveal Williams and his full orchestra. The crowd goes ape! pic.twitter.com/mUgRh5R3lC
– Borys_Kit June 15, 2023
– The Hollywood Reporter (THR) June 15, 2023
John Williams plays music from “Indiana Jones and Destiny” live at the Hollywood premiere.
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– Discussing (DiscussingFilm) June 15, 2023
amazing. John Williams. pic.twitter.com/d1tv0JpTgd
—AshCrossan June 15, 2023