Han Solo Could Return for Star Wars VII

Nov 21, 12 Han Solo Could Return for Star Wars VII

Entertainment Weekly Exclusive:

Harrison Ford is open to the idea of bringing Han Solo back to life on the silver screen in 2015, according to sources close to the just-announced Star Wars sequel.

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Celebrating 30 Years of Blade Runner

Jun 25, 12 Celebrating 30 Years of Blade Runner

Three decades after its release, Ridley Scott’s movie of the Philip K. Dick novel remains an icon of knotty science-fiction film mastery.

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30 Things You Should Know About “Blade Runner”

Jun 21, 12 30 Things You Should Know About “Blade Runner”

It seems it’s all about Blade Runner around here lately… I just can’t help it, I’m too excited about the sequel, even if it has not been written yet. Anyway, the following is a list of 30 cool facts about Blade Runner you might not know:

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5 Things You Might Not Know About ‘The Empire Strikes Back’

May 21, 12 5 Things You Might Not Know About ‘The Empire Strikes Back’

After thirty years, three terrible prequels and acres of spin-off material, the “Star Wars” brand has been somewhat tarnished. The fans are still legion, but it’s become harder and harder to get excited about the series, and the highlights drift further and further from memory. That being said, we’ll always have a place for the original trilogy in our hearts, and much of that comes down to the second (or fifth) installment, 1980′s “The Empire Strikes Back”

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Harrison Ford Thrilled at the Piazza Grande

Aug 09, 11 Harrison Ford Thrilled at the Piazza Grande

The weather is not on the side of moviegoers these days in Locarno, where the constant rain and bad weather are causing more of a headache for the organizers. But despite the storm, last night the sun seemed to shine for a moment when Harrison Ford took the stage and 8,000 throats dedicated an excited ovation of the epoch-making.

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Harrison Ford: Hollywood Hero

Jul 22, 11 Harrison Ford: Hollywood Hero

Harrison Ford lands his green Citation jet on the tarmac of the Santa Monica airport, then heads to his sleek offices overlooking the runway. The graying action star looks fit and appealingly weathered. He wears a tiny silver hoop in his left ear, which Han Solo fans on the Web lament as an unhip vestige of a midlife crisis.

Settling into a chair in a conference room, Ford leaves the door ajar so he can keep a protective eye on his plane as his copilot prepares to stow it in its hangar. He tears hungrily into a couple of cartons of Muscle Milk. “Haven’t had a chance to eat today,” he explains.

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10 New Images from Cowboys & Aliens

Nov 18, 10 10 New Images from Cowboys & Aliens

In addition to the teaser poster and trailer for Cowboys & Aliens , Universal has also released ten new images from the film, which stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, and Olivia Wilde. Hit the jump to check out all of the new high-resolution images. Cowboys & Aliens opens July 29, 2011.

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Harrison Ford: I Love Flying Planes and Riding Bikes.

Mar 03, 10 Harrison Ford: I Love Flying Planes and Riding Bikes.

I’m in it for the money,’ says Harrison Ford, 67, in Beverly Hills. ‘And I mean that in the nicest possible way. This is my job.’

He is, of course, one of the wealthiest and most powerful men in Hollywood, with an estimated fortune of $300 million. His films, including the blockbusters Star Wars, Blade Runner, The Empire Strikes Back, The Fugitive and Raiders Of The Lost Ark, have grossed more than $3.5 billion.

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Harrison Ford: His Hunky Roles

By Gretchen Hansen

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Harrison Ford in Focus

May 29, 08 Harrison Ford in Focus

By now, more than three decades into his leading-man career, Harrison Ford has earned the right to be compared to Hollywood’s all-time greats. At 65, he’s a star in the tradition of Clark Gable or Gary Cooper – as rugged, clear-eyed, and dry-witted as the characters he plays. Ford’s legacy includes some of the most beloved movies ever made, and six of the highest-grossing, including the Indiana Jones and Star Wars films. He has also worked hard behind the scenes on a number of pressing environmental issues. But it’s his everyday aspect, starting with his lopsided grin and grumbled delivery, that makes him an audience favorite. Without Han Solo’s questioning smirk, Star Wars might have been just another spaced-out fantasy.

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