Indiana Jones graces the latest cover of Vanity Fair. I have to admit, I still love Indie. I can’t wait to see the next installment, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull which will hit screens this May 22nd.
Go here for the complete article on Vanity Fair. It’s really interesting!
How great does Cate Blanchett look? I can’t wait!
Hollywood couple Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart served up a Thanksgiving treat for Los Angeles’ homeless on Wednesday morning when they donned aprons and name tags for the annual free turkey and trimmings meal.
Ford and Flockhart joined Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at the Los Angeles Mission, where they dished up Thanksgiving meals for the less fortunate.
Many stars are turned away from the Thanksgiving Day charity serving – because there are only 500 dinner service spots available.
For the first time since 1989, Harrison Ford dons the familiar costume on Thursday, June 21, 2007, as the upcoming Indiana Jones adventure begins production under the direction of Steven Spielberg. The new Indiana Jones movie is set in the 1950s and stars Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett, John Hurt, Ray Winstone and Jim Broadbent. The Lucasfilm Ltd. production will be released by Paramount Pictures worldwide on May 22, 2008. Photo by Steven Spielberg.
He still looks hot, if you ask me!
After five years of dating, 62-year-old Harrison Ford reportedly popped the question on April Fools Day.
Convinced it was a prank, Flockheart, finally said yes after realising the Indian Jones star wasn’t joking, Grazia magazine said.
Ford has been married twice before, with the last ending in a £100 million settlement with ex-wife Melissa Mathison.
Flockheart, who first hit fame starring as quirky lawyer Ally McBeal, has returned to TV screens in US show Brothers and Sisters.
Harrison Ford has threatened to quit the new Indiana Jones movie, unless he gets to use a real whip. The 64-year-old actor, who plays the daredevil archaeologist, was told the weapon would have to be computer generated because of new film safety rules. Harrison branded the rule “ridiculous” and said he would pull out of the film if he couldn’t wield his whip.
A source said: “The idea was to take away the risk element the whip carries. Safety laws have changed since the last film and movie makers have to be much more careful. Now they use computer graphics for any dangerous stuff.”
Harrison was 39-years-old when the first Indiana Jones movie, Raiders Of The Lost Ark was released in 1981. The Temple Of Doom followed in 1983 and The Last Crusade five years later. The trilogy made more than $1.1 billion at the box office. The fourth movie is due for release next year.