THE official Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny trailer has been released - and Glasgow has a starring role. 

Last July, city centre streets including St Vincent Street and Cochrane Street were transformed into 1960s New York and decorated with lines of American flags and bunting. 

Roads were closed to traffic for days as film crews shot dozens of scenes for the blockbuster movie. 

The film stars Harrison Ford, Mads Mikkelsen, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Last night, the trailer was uploaded to YouTube, and it has already been watched by more than three million people.

Glaswegians have been quick to point out which parts of the trailer were filmed in the city after recognising parts of the city centre.

Someone said: "Glasgow looking like an absolute belter in the new Indiana Jones trailer."

One person wrote: "Lots of Glasgow shots in the new Indiana Jones trailer. Funny seeing Harrison Ford riding a horse past the spot where I once saw a p****d guy try to fight a bus."

Another added: "OMG!!! Glasgow looks amazing in the new Indiana Jones trailer with St Vincent Street and Parnie Street having full-blown Americana makeovers! It’s a great advert for Glasgow’s fantastic architecture and cityscape so check it out!"

One person said: "Glasgow's King Street looks great in the new Indiana Jones trailer."

Someone else added: "18 months after watching them shoot those scenes, it's only seeing them in the flesh that I can convince myself that Glasgow features so prominently in an Indiana Jones movie (albeit masquerading as elsewhere!)"

Another wrote: "Glasgow looking great in the Indiana Jones trailer. I'm hyped!"

Last year, we showed how much work had gone into transforming the streets through photos taken at the set.

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