To get to see the long-awaited teaser trailer for the new Indiana Jones movie is one thing - to be shown it by Indy himself is quite another.
More FM was lucky enough to be invited to attend Disney's D23 Expo 2022 in California, where Harrison Ford delighted the crowd with a surprise appearance on stage and an emotional tribute to his fans.
"No, thank you!" he said as the hall erupted in applause and everyone jumped up from their seats (let me tell you, there were ALOT of superstars brought out that day, and no one else got the reaction Harrison did).
"Thank you for making these films such an incredible experience for all of us," he continued, his voice shaking with emotion. "For giving the opportunity to us to make these films for you."
"I think ah -" he paused to fight back more tears and gather himself as the crowd encouraged him with cheers.
"Indiana Jones movies are about mystery and adventure, but they're also about heart. We have a really human story to tell, as well as a movie that will kick your ass."
Harrison gave huge props to his co star Pheobe Waller-Bridge, exclaiming that she was one of the reasons the fifth film was so fantastic.
The movie icon also made a huge call about the future of the India Jones films - declaring "this is it", there will be no more movies.
"I will not fall down for you again!" he laughed.
The teaser trailer hasn't been made public yet, but let us assure you, it looks just as "kick-ass" as Harrison described. Now 80 years old, the actor has played the title role in the Indiana Jones movies since 1981, beginning with Raiders of the Lost Ark.
'Temple of Doom' followed in 1984, then 1989's 'The Last Crusade', and 'Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' came out in 2008.
The fifth and apparently final Indiana Jones film is set for release in June 2023.