Dec 08, 14
Meanwhile I’m only expecting a sneak peek of Han Solo to use as my Facebook cover, here is a short preview of the upcoming new chapter of the Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens.
Jun 19, 14
Updates from London regarding Mr. Harrison Ford’s health: I regretfully announce news are not so good as we expected. It turns out, and this information is confirmed by Mr. Ford publicist, he didn’t break an ankle. He broke his left leg and he’s now recovering from a successful surgery in the hospital in Oxford.
Jun 18, 14
What are you gonna do? RELOAD.
The Expendables are certainly reloading action power in this new trailer Lionsgate has released. In this third film, The Expendables team come into conflict with ruthless arms dealer Conrad Stonebanks (Gibson), who turns out to be the Expendables’ co-founder, and now is determined to destroy the team. See for yourself:
Jun 13, 14
Harrison Ford has been taken to a hospital near London after he suffered an accident on the set of Star Wars.
“Harrison Ford sustained an ankle injury during filming today on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII. He was taken to a local hospital and is receiving care”
May 18, 14
Alcon Entertainment has an offer out to Harrison Ford to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in its sequel to “Blade Runner,” to be directed by Ridley Scott again.
Apr 29, 14
Finally, the official word: the Star Wars VII cast was revealed today and Harrison Ford will play Han Solo again!
Mar 26, 14
Mark your calendars for April to watch Showtime’s Years Of Living Dangerously, an 9-part series on climate change that shows peoples’ personal experiences and solutions from around the world.
In the upcoming episodes, celebrities will act as correspondents delving into the different impacts climate change has had and is projected to have on the world. The project aims to show the current and intensifying effects on everyday Americans, while demonstrating how they can take action and be part of the solution.
Mar 11, 14
We enter a room. There, an utterly elegant Harrison Ford in a gray suit, short gray hair and a youthful earring on his left ear, is expecting for us. He stands up, goes to the minibar and offers water. A courtesy that allows me to ask about his attitude with journalists since his last answer about the subject two years ago was “to give an interview is like to go to the dentist.”
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.”