Rick and Morty’s new promotional video for season 5 saw the critically acclaimed adult swim series merge its main character with Indiana Jones. The adventure series was co-created by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, focusing on Harrison Ford’s senior archaeology professor. He searched for mysterious artifacts around the world and often worked with Nazi and Soviet expeditions. The production of Indiana Jones 5 is currently in progress and will be released in July 2022.
Co-created by stars Justin Rowland and Dan Harmon, Rick and Morty focused on the mad scientist Rick Sanchez taking his teenage grandson on a dangerous multiverse adventures, which frustrated his shy son-in-law Jerry and Rick’s previously estranged daughter Beth to the point of conflict. The animated series was originally born as a short film imitating Roiland Back to the Future until Adult Swim and Harmon collaborated to produce a complete series. Since its release in 2013, Rick and Morty have been popular movies on “Adult Swim”, winning two primetime Emmy Awards and subscribing to 70 episodes by the end of season 3.
With only a few days left until the return of season 5 , a new Clay promo for Rick and Morty has been announced (via Swimpedia). The video brings the role of the adult swimming series to the world of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Rick plays the nominal hero, Morty plays his young sidekick Dan Yuan, and Beth plays Willie.
Check out the new promo below:
The Indiana Jones crossover video is one of the more understated cinematic versions of the Rick and Morty season 5 marketing campaign.. Since their return, Adult Swim has released a host of exciting animation videos, including the nominal duo and other characters imagined in different worlds, including Studio Ghibli’s “My Neighbor Totoro” and Godzilla vs. Kong and other more conventional movies including Hobo with a Shotgun and Ari Aster’s Hereditary. Some of these unique crossovers will produce interesting stories or knock-offs in actual episodes, but for now, they can at least serve as an interesting way for audiences to invest in later episodes.
Even without actual crossovers for Indiana Jones or any other video knockoff plans, Rick and Morty Season 5 has delivered many exciting tributes. Between Hellraiser episode 5 of “Amortycan Grickfitti” imitating the third episode of “A Rickconvenient Mort” the spin of the ground crew captain and the fourth episode of “Rickdependence Spray” parody of Tremors, the screenwriter has been doing his best for this season. The fifth season of “Rick and Morty” airs on the Adult Swim Channel every Sunday.
How many episodes would season 5 have?
So far, Rick and Morty have recorded 10 episodes in each season, and we don’t expect any difference in season 5. If this sounds like a negligible total, you can attribute it to one of the things you might like the most about the show: it is totally willing to indulge in strange, interesting and ultimately irrelevant parts.