Just like Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher, actor Anthony Daniels is an incredibly important part of the Star Wars legacy. He's just slightly handicapped by the fact that you can't see his face under the C-3PO helmet. He...Show More Summary
Is Daniel Craig about to play a mysterious role in Star Wars Episode VII? The latest in the rumor mill for the J.J. Abrams blockbuster is that, indeed, James Bond will join forces with Han Solo (Harrison Ford), for this new installment in the intergalactic saga. Show More Summary
Production recently resumed on Star Wars: Episode VII, following Harrison Ford's on-set injury, and with it comes a new set photo. Making Star Wars spotted a photo of a local flying school in South London which revealed a tarp-covered X-Wing as well as half of the fan-favorite Millennium Falcon. Check it out below!
Filming on Star Wars: Episode VII recently resumed following Harrison Ford’s on-set injury. There’s been plenty of rumors and speculation floating around about the movie’s plot, the bad guy, and more. Some of those rumors align nicely with details from someone that claims to have seen the second draft of the J.J. Show More Summary
One of the first rules of reporting is that if you can’t get a primary source, get corroborating sources. Let’s say you’re trying to figure out what happens in Star Wars Episode VII. J.J. Abrams or Harrison Ford would be a primary source because they are directly involved. Show More Summary
Filming of the upcoming seventh sequel to George Lucas' "Star Wars" saga was forced to be put on hold following Harrison Ford's (Hans Solo) injury from an accident at Pinewood. Now recent news pointed out that J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars Episode 7" has already resumed its production and is expected to wrap up later this year.
Welcome to this week’s barrage of news from the Star Wars front. This time around we’ve got a few announcements, including Harrison Ford’s return, some talking heads discussing the various new Star Wars projects, a sneak peek at one of the new Star Wars: Rebels toys and even a few possible spoilers for Star Wars: […]
It's time to fire up the engines on the Millennium Falcon (again). Production has resumed on Star Wars: Episode VII following an on-set accident in June that broke... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Star Wars Harrison Ford
Han Solo is back. Harrison Ford has returned to the set at Pinewood Studios in the UK to resume shooting on Star Wars: Episode 7. Ford was injured while filming the new Star Wars movie back in June. The actor reportedly broke his leg while filming a scene aboard the Millennium Falcon and was sidelined for several weeks. […]
We can all breathe a sigh of relief, because Harrison Ford is back on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII following his injury. We're excited about the whole cast of this highly anticipated sequel, but there's something particularly special about the original cast members coming back, especially Ford. Show More Summary
"Star Wars: Episode VII" production has blasted off once again following the leg injury Harrison Ford sustained on the set in June, according to The Hollywood Reporter. J.J. Abrams and company rearranged the shoot's schedule, stirring up some speculation that the project could face delays of up to six months due to Ford's absence. Show More Summary
Production has restarted on 'Star Wars: Episode VII', as Harrison Ford resumes working after he suffered an injury on set.
Harrison Ford is back on the London set of 'Star Wars 7' following a hiatus due to an injury involving the Millennium Falcon. [...]
OnceitwasreportedthatHarrisonFordhadsufferedabrokenlegonthesetofStarWars:EpisodeVII,thenewsseemedprettygrim regardingthefilmmakingitsChristmas2015premieredate.Hell,somepeopleeventhoughtthatFordmightbewrittenoutoftheentiremovieifhisiShow More Summary
The Force is with us again. Star Wars Episode VII resumed filming, following a detour due to the injury Harrison Ford suffered to his leg on June 12, when one of the Millennium Falcon’s hydraulic doors fell on him. After medics came to the Pinewood Studio to tend the injured Ford, he was airlifted to
Harrison Ford seems to be doing great while accepting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after breaking his ankle and taking eight weeks off from working on his new movie Star Wars: Episode VII. The 71-year-old actor said he was nominated by a “leader in research for ALS at The Institute for EthnoMedicine in Jackson, Wyoming” [...]
by Kelly Pippin This post originally appeared on September 13, 2011. I went to college in Malibu, and one of the greatest (weirdest?) things about it was seeing celebrities in the most banal circumstances: Tom Hanks in line in frontShow More Summary
There will be a sequel to Blade Runner, Harrison Ford will be in it, and director Ridley Scott says the film’s script is “damn good.” Blade Runner changed the face of science fiction films. Along with Ridley Scott’s other masterwork, Alien, George Lucas’s Star Wars and Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, these films carried
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge claimed two more Star Wars VII cast members over the weekend. Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill stepped up for the challenge to donate to help researchers find a cure for ALS. Which did it better? Harrison Ford, much like his Star Wars persona dumped first. Although I expect George Lucas […]
We've been waiting a long time for a sequel to the cult classic sci-fi tale BLADE RUNNER, and over the past couple of years we have gotten closer to seeing it happen than ever before. Even Harrison Ford is excited to jump back into the skin of Deckard, having been approached about the sequel last year. Show More Summary