Harrison Ford News
rss.feedsportal.com – Harrison Ford gives hilarious Reddit interview, talks Mark Hamill and Han Solo. 2 days 20 hours ago via brucelee
1:06 PM 3/26/2014 by Binh Ngo
As we all know, Harrison Ford is no spring chicken, so there's only a limited number of years left until he can no longer do physically demanding roles. At 71, he may be well past that point already. This is important because he's the anchor of the Indiana Jones franchise. Without him, the studio will have to hit the reset button.
feedproxy.google.com – There are rumors, there are big rumors, and then there are stories like this. A new report says Disney, which recently acquired the rights to release more Indiana Jones films, is looking to go the James Bond route with the character. That is, the company could recast him for years to come. 3 weeks 21 hours ago via jackiechan
thewrap.com – Harrison Ford has signed on to join Blake Lively and Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn in “The Age of Adaline,” a romantic drama that is a co-production between Lionsgate, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment. Principal photography will begin in March, with Lionsgate set to release the film in the U.S. 13 weeks 7 hours ago via jetli
5:24 PM 12/13/2013 by Binh Ngo
A new Indiana Jones movie is at least two to three years away Disney Studio Chief Alan Horn said at Variety's Dealmakers Breakfast on Friday. Apparently, it is not as simple as having Indy retrieve something in suitcase from the Nazis, an actual story is needed. "We don't have a story.
collider.com – Last week, Disney and Paramount finally came to a financial arrangement with regards to future Indiana Jones films. Now that Disney owns Lucasfilm, the studio is in charge of developing and distributing the further adventures of Dr. Jones, while Paramount maintains distribution rights over the previous four films and gets a cut of the revenue from additional sequels 17 weeks 5 days ago via brucelee
5:41 PM 12/6/2013 by Jeff Giles
Just when you thought you could roll up your whip, hang up your leather jacket, and put away your fedora, here comes some of the more intriguing late-Friday news we've seen in some time: Apparently, Disney has picked up the rights to any and all Indiana Jones sequels.
deadline.com – Walt Disney Studios and Paramount Pictures announced today that they’ve reached a marketing and distribution deal for the Indiana Jones franchise. Among other things, this agreement removes the last hurdle for Disney in moving forward with future Indiana Jones movies, which the company acquired when it purchased Lucasfilms in a multibillion-dollar deal late last year. 18 weeks 5 days ago via donnieyen
5:05 PM 11/1/2013 by Logan Falk
As is appropriate for the first days of November, this weekend is kicking off the chain of highly-anticipated holiday releases with a film adaptation of a nearly legendary sci-fi novel, an adult comedy with an old-school spin, and a slightly less-hyped animated film.
collider.com – Midway through February of last year, the good folks at Lionsgate invited about half-a-dozen members of the online press (myself included) out to New Orleans, where director Gavin Hood was midway through production on his $110m adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s seminal sci-fi novel, Ender’s Game. Initially, it sounded like it’d be the usual studio-sponsored field trip: 24 weeks 23 hours ago via theothersenhman