Harrison Ford News

Variety recently spoke to famed producer Frank Marshall at CinemaCon in Las Vegas where the famed producer discussed Harrison Ford's involvement with the fifth "INDIANA JONES" film from Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Pictures.Putting the rumors to rest, Marshall confirmed that Harrison Ford is the only actor suited to play archaeologist Indiana Jones saying:"I think both in the ‘Jason Bourne’ series and on ‘Indiana Jones,’ we are not going to do the Bond thing.

Indiana Jones digs up familiar writer to pen script for fifth adventure With news of a fifth Indiana Jones film on the way in 2019 that will reunite Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg for another archaelogical adventure, there was a lot of optimistic enthusiasm for the project among fans. While KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL may have been the lesser of the Indy movies, the series is still batting .750 when it comes to the franchise as a whole... and 3-out-of-4 films being good to... Read More...

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Resumes Production

6:31 PM 8/28/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Even before Harrison Ford accidentally shut down production on Star Wars: Episode VII by getting his leg crushed on the Millennium Falcon, speculation ran rampant regarding director J.J. Abrams' rumored reluctance to meet or agree to Disney's demands for a December 2015 release date. Once Ford was laid up for weeks, many wondered whether the studio might be forced to bump the highly anticipated follow-up to 1983's Return of the Jedi.

New in Theaters: ‘The Expendables 3,’ ‘The Giver,’ ‘Let’s Be Cops’

12:48 PM 8/16/2014 by Logan Falk
The Giver
This weekend brings an interesting mix of new releases to theaters—we have some tongue-in-cheek mindless action, some young-adult dystopian literature-turned-film, and a risqué buddy cop comedy (sort of). The good news: a wide spectrum of genres that would normally attract lots of moviegoers. The bad news: not one of the new releases is getting good reviews, which may scare any moviegoers away.

‘Star Wars Episode VII’ Will Resume Shooting Soon Just like in the beginning of Return of the Jedi, it took a while, but Han Solo is ready to go again. Harrison Ford‘s leg injury appears to be almost fully healed and after a two week hiatus, Star Wars Episode VII will resume shooting later this month. Read more about the Star Wars 7 filming schedule below. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news, which was expected considering the July 6 update revealed the hiatus. But after writer director J.J. Abrams and crew finished filming in Ireland, he was spotted back in Los Angeles.

Kevin Smith: Star Wars: Episode VII Is "A Direct Doorway To Our Childhood"

4:34 PM 7/26/2014 by Fred Topel
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The only time I got into Hall H at Comic-Con was to see Kevin Smith's panel for Tusk, which is kind of the big show. It's an Evening With Kevin Smith in his home turf. He opened with the story of visiting J.J.

J.J. Abrams Reveals 'Star Wars: Episode VII' X-Wing

1:14 PM 7/21/2014 by Jeff Giles
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We can't (yet) see what our old friends Luke, Han, Leia, and Chewbacca are up to on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, but we've already been granted a sneak peek of R2-D2 -- and now, director J.J. Abrams has thrown back the curtain on our first look at the return of the X-wing fighter. The ship, piloted by Rebel insurgents in their battle against the Empire, seems set to be making a return to action in Episode VII, at least judging from the glimpse we get via Abrams' new "Force for Change" video.

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Adds Christina Chong

3:54 PM 7/17/2014 by Jeff Giles
Christina Chong
For a film that initially looked to be something of a sausage fest, Star Wars: Episode VII is shaping up to be a rather distaff-friendly slice of sci-fi. In the latest of several recent casting announcements, British actress Christina Chong has been added to the mix. Chong joins a growing list of new faces in the upcoming sequel, including Daisy Ridley, Lupita Nyong'o, Gwendoline Christie, and Crystal Clarke; her recent credits include an appearance in the Fox miniseries 24:

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