Feb 28, 14
Tension rules the galaxy. The most powerful weapon of the Empire, the Death Star, threatens to disintegrate the last remaining of the resistance. A group of rebels sails their ships regardless hope. Everything is ready for the final battle involving lightsabers, hyperspace and spectacular space battles. In the middle of the apparent calm before the storm, a yellow cab passes through and hits one of our heroes. Wait… what? We should fire this writer.
“One thing for sure, Han Solo could not die hit by a cab” – Harrison laughs. But beyond his joke, the actor confesses that he wanted Han Solo to die in Return of the Jedi. “I thought he deserved a heroic death. I thought at that point, the most sensitive and moving thing for Han to do was sacrifice himself so the rest of the main characters would be able to survive.”
Hollywood legend Harrison Ford is back with another Sky Movies advert asking what the last movie was that…and what will the next be!
Jan 04, 14
In a new ad for Sky Movies that reminds me a lot of Blade Runner, Hollywood legend Harrison Ford asks you to think about your most memorable movie experiences – and what will be the next?
Jan 01, 14
It’s hard to believe 2013 is gone. A very unusual year for Harrison Ford’s fans. Three, no, FOUR movies released in a single year for the first time in Mr. Ford’s career. So many things have been shared. So many more to come!
I’m very excited to see what’s next and so are you. While we look forward to a new movie project let’s make a toast to this productive year we had full of emotions and great work.
Dec 19, 13
Relatively recently, after enduring for decades as one of Hollywood’s most consistent marquee attractions, Harrison Ford reached a conclusion about himself and his future: “I had exhausted my potential as a middle-aged leading man. And I’m getting to the point where people don’t want to see me, necessarily, hit people and kiss girls. So I began looking for the next phase of my career.”
Dec 03, 13
An original modified DL-44 Han Solo’s blaster used in the filming of the two latest Star Wars movies starring Harrison Ford is set for auction for at least $200,000 via online. This slightly lighter blaster was custom made in resin from a cast of the blaster used in 1977?s Star Wars and is even emblazoned with the same serial number as the lost original weapon.
Nov 18, 13
Gary Oldman, Liam Hemsworth and Richard Dreyfuss tell people what we want to know: What was it like to work with Harrison Ford on one of his most atypical roles: Jock Goddard in Paranoia
Nov 17, 13
In 1972, a relatively unknown filmmaker named George Lucas began shooting a low-budget joyride comedy from a screenplay he had written.
The story was set in Modesto, Calif., during the late summer of 1962 and centered on a group of music-loving teens spending one last night together before heading off to college.