Long-mooted instalment in archeologist’s adventures to reunite star, director and producer George Lucas, and be released in 2019
Harrison Ford has become the highest-grossing actor in the US after record numbers for his latest film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
73-year-old star reveals he would jump at chance to shoot one more whip-cracking adventure as the intrepid archaeologist, following Steven Spielberg’s hint at fifth outing
Harrison Ford makes his much-anticipated return to the Star Wars franchise this December, as Han Solo in JJ Abrams’ massively hyped The Force Awakens. Steven Spielberg, meanwhile, wishes the actor would reprise another legendary role.
Fans screamed for Harrison Ford at the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Comic-Con panel in San Diego on Friday evening, but the scene in the crowd was bedlam after director JJ Abrams asked the audience, “Who wants to go see a live Star Wars concert right now?
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe…” When making the 2000 documentary On the Edge of Blade Runner, I asked Rutger Hauer why he thought Harrison Ford was so reluctant to talk about what is now considered a timeless sci-fi classic.
It’s entirely apt that a film dedicated to replication should exist in multiple versions; there is not one Blade Runner, but seven.
Original Blade Runner director may be returning for the sequel after all