You already know that Harrison Ford improvised his gunshot in Raiders of the Lost Ark, but even if you’re an Indy fan, there are probably a few facts and stories you don’t know about the third installment of director Steven Spielberg and producer George Lucas’s collaborative adventure series. 1. Show More Summary
Yup, a line straight out of Tom Clancy’s Clear and Present Danger book, made into a movie starring Harrison Ford.
Forthcoming film stars Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling.
Anna Kendrick looks better in the Indiana Jones hat than Harrison Ford did.
Warner Brothers recently confirmed that it is developing a new installment to the 1993 movie "The Fugitive," the Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones starrer about a surgeon who was running from the law after being falsely accused with his wife's murder. The feature film was one of the studio's biggest hits in the 1990s, grossing $369 million worldwide.
Warner Bros. just gave the go-signal for a sequel to the Academy Award-winning 1993 film, "The Fugitive," giving rise to speculations Harrison Ford may return as Dr. Richard Kimble.
Warner Brothers has already greenlighted the third installment of The Fugitive film but there is still no confirmation that original lead actor Harrison Ford is going to be a part of its production. The Fugitive initially started out as a television series back in the 60s. Show More Summary
Everyone is talking about the next Indiana Jones and Blade Runner, but there's another Harrison Ford franchise coming back to the big screen! The Fugitive! It's not clear if this will be a full-on reboot or a sequel — or if Ford or ?Tommy Lee Jones will return — but Warner Bros has confirmed some version of [...]
It looks like Warner Bros is going to try and make another movie based on The Fugitive TV series from the 60s. In 1993 director Andrew Davis nailed the first film adaptation; which starred Harrison Ford as the wrongfully accused Dr Richard Kimble and Tommy Lee Jones as determined US Marshall Samuel Gerard. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. is planning to make a third 'Fugitive' movie, but it isn't known if Harrison Ford or Tommy Lee Jones will return.
It's unlikely that Ford will be involved with this sequel, of course "Another Harrison Ford Classic is Getting a Sequel" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary
Harrison Ford still didn't kill his wife. Tommy Lee Jones still doesn't care. And if you get that reference, then you likely will be interested in the news that Warner Bros. wants to get back in The Fugitive business, after a 17-year...Show More Summary
Currently on the market for a little under $5 million, the former Hollywood Hills residence of the actress actress/singer Sally Kellerman (MASH's "Hot Lips" Houlihan) and producer Jonathan D. Krane (Look Who's Talking, Face/Off, Phenomenon) went through a bank...
There's been a lot of action over at the old Kellerman-Krane estate in the Hollywood Hills since we last saw it in 2012, renting out for $21,000 a month. The former residence of the actress actress/singer Sally Kellerman (MASH's...
Is the Boba Fett movie also a Han Solo movie, or could the same be true vice versa? The latest Star Wars spinoff rumors may be conflicting, but no one is saying how Harrison Ford would be involved, if at all. In a related report by the...Show More Summary
… also, a certain Harrison Ford character helped him play the part.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens not only makes fans excited beyond belief, those directly involved in the movie’s production feel it too. Such was the case when director J.J. Abrams and original cast member Harrison Ford (Han Solo) walked on the set for the first time. Show More Summary
Mark Hamill sits down with fellow actor Harrison Ford during an original screen test for the first film in the original trilogy, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Hamill gets into character as Luke Skywalker and recites his lines with ease. Near the end of the screen test footage, shared in 2009 by YouTube […]
It’s almost impossible to imagine the original Star Wars with anyone but Harrison Ford as Han Solo, or Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker. But long, long ago, these roles were up for grabs — and Kurt Russell could have shot first. Check out the revealing audition tapes for the Original Trilogy! Read more...
The last time we saw famed archaeologist and beloved cinematic icon Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), he was tying the knot with his soul mate, Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen), at the tail end of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Show More Summary