Actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge on becoming an 'adrenaline junkie' after starring in new Indiana Jones film

Harrison Ford's final outing as the legendary blockbuster archeologist Indiana Jones lands in cinemas this week and along for the ride is British actor Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Known for her beloved character and TV show Fleabag, she confessed to Kate Rodger that Indiana Jones has turned her into an adrenaline junkie.

Writing the award-winning show Killing Eve, a Bond movie and with a tonne of silver in the trophy cabinet for her efforts - this triple threat writer, actor and director is something to make a song and dance about.

Now Phoebe Waller-Bridge dances the light fantastic with Harrison Ford in his last blockbuster outing as Indiana Jones.

"Helena is a fast-talking quick-witted character with multiple layers, which is such a gift because when that's going on and she has to throw herself into the back of a tuk-tuk, you don't have time to think and that's the dream as an actor," Waller-Bridge said. 

"The moment you have time to think too much you're screwed."

No time to think when you're racing across the globe opposite Ford, and while this is Waller-Bridge's first Indiana Jones film, Dial of Destiny is Ford's last and, in his words, a joy.

"It was a joy. It was a joy for me. A joy for me to make the film. It was a particular joy for me to finish the film and still be breathing!" Ford said.

Still breathing, still brilliant and now responsible for turning his gung-ho co-star into a complete daredevil.

"I'm a real sort of adrenaline junkie when it comes to that kind of stuff and I didn't realise that before this film," Waller-Bridge said.

"Well, I'm addicted now... I can't think about anything else."

The Dial of Destiny is on the big screens across the globe this week.