Directed by James Mangold, The Dial of Destiny follows Indiana Jones (Harrison) as he embarks on a new quest to find the illusive Dial, a relic he first encountered in 1944. Now, 25 years later, he's forced to come out of retirement when his goddaughter, Helena (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), shows up looking for the Dial.
To celebrate the new film, Harrison, Phoebe, Karen Allen, and more attended The Dial of Destiny premiere in Los Angeles last night.
And it looked like it was also a celebration of 42 years (!!!!) of the Indiana Jones franchise, as Steven Spielberg and George Lucas surprised the crowd inside the theater by announcing John Williams was there to play the iconic Indiana Jones theme.
Anyway, while there were plenty of reunions happening, one of the best came on the red carpet while Harrison was doing an interview with Extra.
Also, just because it's so cute, here's a side-by-side of Ke and Harrison then vs. now:
Continuing his interview and speaking about Ke, Harrison said, "I don't need to be proud of this guy. He's done all of this himself. It's got nothing to do with me. I have...great love and admiration for this guy, but his pride is his own."
Then, Ke added that his experience with Harrison on an Indiana Jones movie is what made him fall in love with acting. He said, "Of course, the reason why I love acting so much is because of him, because I had such a wonderful, wonderful experience on Temple of Doom."
After Ke left, Harrison also added, "I'm so happy for him. I can't tell you. He's a wonderful person and an incredibly talented actor."
This isn't the first time Harrison and Ke have crossed paths recently. They notably saw each other for the first time in 38 years at D23 in 2022.
And then, Harrison had the honor of presentingEverything Everywhere All at Once the 2023 Oscar for Best Picture, which resulted in Ke and Harrison reuniting on stage.
Ke's monumental awards season last year also led to him reuniting with Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw, given Steven was nominated for The Fablemans, too.
Anyway, Ke remains one of the most adorable humans out there, and I absolutely love how proud Harrison is of him.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny hits theaters on June 30.