Harrison Ford has hinted he may not be completely finished with playing Han Solo in the Star Wars films.
Harrison returned as Han for the latest installment in the science-fiction franchise, Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens. However fans were left shocked when the ageing space smuggler was killed off during the climax of the latest movie.
He may be in his seventies, but Harrison Ford isn’t afraid of a little action and adventure. In fact, the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” stud has agreed to reprise his role as Indiana Jones in a forthcoming flick.
On Tuesday (March 15), Walt Disney Studios announced that Steven Spielberg is heading up the yet-untitled production, with Frank Marshall producing.
Kicking off the week with a massive movie event, the Walt Disney Pictures flick “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” rolled into the Dolby Theatre (and overflowed into the TCL Chinese and El Capitan theaters) last night (December 14).
We’re getting more than our fair share of pre-release goodies from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” and last night (November 12) LucasFilm rolled out additional footage during ABC’s #TGIT programming.
In addition to fresh hints of the new John Williams score, the clips show Finn’s Tie Fighter springing out of the First Order hangar bay, followed by Han Solo handing Rey a pistol and stating, “You might need this.”
He had a close call when his plane’s engine malfunctioned, forcing him to crash land on a golf course, and Harrison Ford was lucky there was a doctor nearby to lend him a hand.
Dr. Sanjay Khurana, a spinal surgeon, rushed to the “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” actor’s aide on the 8th tee at the Penmar Golf Course when he noticed “a passenger in the rear seat slumped over in distress belted in.”