Foodles Production already admitted to failing to protect its employees.
Director J.J. Abrams explains a scene featuring Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and son Ben, aka Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), in an exclusive commentary from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
Harrison Ford was sidelined for two weeks in 2014 and underwent surgery.
Workplace safety -- especially when it deals with beloved actor Harrison Ford -- is no laughing matter. And a Disney subsidiary is paying ~$2 million as a result.[io9] A look at the oral argument in Peña-Rodriguez v. Colorado. [Slate] This whole "publicly traded company" thing isn't working out so great for Slater & Gordon. Show More Summary
A firm was fined $2 million Wednesday for violating health and safety breaches after Harrison Ford had his leg crushed by a hydraulic door on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Guardian is reporting. The Foodles production company, a UK firm, pleaded guilty to two counts of breaching health and safety duties... Show More Summary
The production company behind the making of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is facing a steep fine from the UK government in connection with the on-set accident that injured star Harrison Ford during filming. Foodles Production Ltd, which...Show More Summary
Foodles Production, a company owned by Disney, was fined £1.6 million due to an incident that happened on the set of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".
As a film series, Star Wars will likely outlive of us all, but the saga of Han Solo’s broken leg finally concluded this week when the production company behind The Force Awakens was fined almost $2 million for violating workplace safety rules. Read more...
A Disney-owned production company has been fined $1.946 million by the British government, for its part in a June 2014 accident that broke Harrison Ford’s leg on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Foodles Production (UK) Ltd admitted...Show More Summary
Disney owned Foodles Production was fined $1.95 million for health and safety breaches that caused Harrison Ford's accident on Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
UK-based Foodles Production, the Disney-owned production company behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens that admitted to health and safety breaches following the accident that crushed Harrison Ford's leg at Pinewood Studios in 2014, has been fined $2 million (£1.6 million). Show More Summary
A clip from when David had Harrison Ford on the show and asks him to tell a joke.
It opened in 1926 as a vaudeville theater Harrison Ford’s son Willard Ford certainly made a wise investment on Chinatown’s Kim Sing Theatre: He bought the property in 2000 for $300,000 — and just sold it for $3.3 million. Ford thoroughly...Show More Summary
So many sequel rumors swirl around Hollywood that we've gotten in the habit of just ignoring all the noise. But the Blade Runner sequel, which brings back Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, not only has a name - it has a publicity pic with some of the cast and a release date.
Plus, a photo of Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling on set with Denis Villeneuve and Ridley Scott.
Warner Bros. released the title and release date for the "Blade Runner" sequel on Thursday. "Blade Runner 2049" will open in theaters on October 6, 2017. Harrison Ford reprises the role of Rick Deckard from the original, which is based on a Philip K. Show More Summary
First things first: Alcon Entertainment has announced that the upcoming Blade Runner sequel, directed by Denis Villeneuve, will be called Blade Runner 2049. Starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, who is reprising the role of Deckard, the sequel takes place three decades after Ridley Scott's original film, which was set in ... More »
There’s some interesting news for the Blade Runner sequel making the Internet rounds. Ridley Scott, Harrison Ford, and Ryan Gosling join director Denise Villeneuve to announce the official title and release date for the long-awaited, or long dreaded depending on your view-point on sequels. Check out the tweet below. 2049 is just one year away.#BladeRunner […]
Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford join director Denis Villeneuve, and Ridley Scott in the first official photo from Blade Runner 2049.