Decades before YouTube, two kids from Mississippi decided that they loved Raiders of the Lost Ark so much, they would just have to remake it. Chris Strompolos and Eric Zala spent much of their teenage years shooting and re-shooting a very cheap and extraordinarily loyal reproduction of the iconic Harrison Ford-starring, Steven Spielberg-directed film. Eli Roth was a fan, as was Quentin Tarantino, and even Spielberg gave them his seal of approval.
Six years after his last big-screen appearance, Indiana Jones may ride again. Variety has printed what appears to be confirmation that Indiana Jones 5 is going into production. Insiders have been anticipating the announcement of a fifth Indiana Jones movie since December, when Disney acquired the rights to the franchise (following its acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012).
Oscar Isaac is living the geek dream: Not only does he appear in the new Star Wars movie, but he gets to hang out with Han Solo and Princess Leia. The actor, now appearing in the Patricia Highsmith thriller The Two Faces of January, tells Entertainment Weekly that working with Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher on Star Wars: Episode VII is everything he’d hoped it would be. “They’re such funny people,” gushed Isaac.
When the talk-show hosts asks about 'Indiana Jones' merchandise, the actor stops him cold: “Let’s not talk about money”
Filming resumed earlier this week at UK's Pinewood Studios after Ford’s on-set injury stalled the production for a few weeks
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Harrison Ford's rep confirms that the 71-year-old actor suffered a broken leg earlier this month when the door of his famous Millennium Falcon spaceship fell on him on the set of Star Wars Episode VII
New ‘Expendables 3’ Trailer Promises Explosive Battles and Combustible Stars Where were The Expendables when Wesley Snipes needed to be sprung from the clink? In a case of art imitating life, the new trailer for The Expendables 3 finds Snipes yet again behind bars. But unlike in the real world — in which Snipes recently finished serving a nearly three-year-longstint for tax evasion —the former action star has Sylvester Stallone’s team of former A-listers on his side. As they are wont to do, the Expendables come to the rescue, and Snipes is welcomed back to the gang with open, muscular arms.
The actor broke his ankle Thursday and was hospitalized. By THR Staff Harrison Ford will miss as many as eight weeks of filming on Star Wars: Episode VII after the actor broke his ankle on set, a source close to the production has confirmed toThe Hollywood Reporter. Ford was taken to a hospital after injuring his ankle on Thursday, but shooting will continue in his absence.THR's source added that Episode VII is still expected to make its Dec. 18, 2015 release date.
Han Solo will be grounded for about eight weeks due to a broken ankle, according to media reports. Also read: Harrison Ford Rushed to Hospital During Filming of Star Wars: Episode VII Harrison Ford, the 71-year-old actor who is reprising his role from the originalStar Wars trilogy in J.J. Abrams’ new film, broke his ankle last week when a door from his famed hunk-o-junk spacecraft fell on his leg. The break was severe enough that it will keep him out of action for up to two months, according to reports.
By Rebecca Ford Harrison Fordhas been injured on the set of Star Wars. The actor injured his ankle on Thursday, and was taken to a local hospital. PHOTOS: Meet the ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Cast A statement from Disney reads: “Harrison Ford sustained an ankle injury during filming today on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII. He was taken to a local hospital and is receiving care.
Nizwar Karanj, the actor who famously got his heart ripped out in that unforgettable scene from 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,' talks about his brush with fame
This story first appeared in the May 9 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. It took nine months of meet-and-greets, script readings and screen tests, all conducted with more secrecy than a raid on the Death Star, for directorJ.J. Abrams, Lucasfilm and Disney to assemble the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII: John Boyega, 22; Adam Driver, 30; Domhnall Gleeson, 30; Oscar Isaac, 35; Daisy Ridley, 21; Andy Serkis, 50; and Max von Sydow, 85, who were unveiled April 29, will join original starsMark Hamill, 62, Carrie Fisher, 57, and Harrison Ford, 71. Abrams cast a wide net, with actors asked to read material that was not from the top secret script.
'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' Clip: Warehouse Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett) forces Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) to find the mummified remains.
'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' Clip: Not a Match Indy, Mutt and Marion try to escape the Soviets.