The best part of this 32-second clip of Indiana Jones and the City of Gods footage being filmed by a secondary cameraperson comes at the very end, when the person in question (or someone standing close to them) goes "that was great!" even though they've seen nothing but a vintage car come around a corner at a moderate level of speed. The clip comes to us courtesy of IESB, and is one of the first moving images I've seen from the set so far, and it doesn't seem to be shot from inside of a van or anything. Didn't the production notice someone standing there with a camera, filming their stunt work? Guess not. Based on everything I've read so far, I think I can piece together exactly what is going on in this opening scene from the film, but since we seem to have the spoiler police monitoring us very closely lately, I'll refrain. I'll just say that I think it's going to make for a pretty good, old-school Indiana Jones sequence, as opposed to something with CGI and explosions.
As far Indy 4's presence at ComicCon this year, it's still up in the air. At first glance, I didn't notice any mention of the film in the just-released ComicCon schedule, and I've heard nothing about what, if anything, will be emerging from the production in time for the big show. Perhaps Paramount wants Indy 4 to give way to Star Trek, which is more primed for announcements, surprises, and convention-friendly things like that? Or maybe it's simply too early to expect anything other than perhaps a teaser poster or something like that. Probably the latter.