Calista Flockhart, Harrison Ford , Daughter - RELATIVITY MEDIA Presents the US Premiere of PARANOIA, At The DGA Theatre at The DGA Theatre - Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 8th August 2013
Harrison Ford , Calista Flockhart - Celebrities out at the Lakers game. The Charlotte Hornets defeated the Los Angeles Lakers by the final score of 110-82 at Staples Center at Staples Center - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 31st January 2016
Harrison Ford - The European Premiere of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' held at the Odeon and Vue, Leicester Square - Arrivals at Leicester Square - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 16th December 2015
Harrison Ford - Celebrities attend 2015 Jaguar Land Rover British Academy Britannia Awards Presented by American Airlines at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 30th October 2015
Harrison Ford - Celebrities attend 2015 Jaguar Land Rover British Academy Britannia Awards Presented by American Airlines at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 30th October 2015
Amy Schumer’s shoot for GQ, in which she was photographed dressed as a ‘Star Wars’ character, was not approved by Lucasfilm.
Amy Schumer’s Star Wars themed GQ shoot was not approved by Lucasfilm. Schumer featured on the cover of GQ’s August edition in a shoot she designed herself. She was pictured in suggestive poses with robots C-3PO and R2-D2, can-can dancing with Storm troopers and partying in a bar with some beloved Star Wars characters. Some Star Wars fans took to Twitter to express their distaste and Lucasfilm was forced to reply, confirming they had nothing to do with the shoot.
Amy Schumer at the 2015 CinemaCin Big Achievements Awards, held in Las Vegas in April.
Continue reading: Amy Schumer’s ‘Star Wars’ Themed GQ Shoot Was Not Approved By Lucasfilm
The cast and crew of the hugely anticipated upcoming 'Star Wars' movie 'The Force Awakens' took to San Diego Comic Con International to treat the eager fans to a few surprises in celebration of the franchise's return. Among some of the people that appeared on the panel were director J.J. Abrams, producer Kathleen Kennedy and stars Adam Driver, Mark Hamill, Gwendoline Christie and of course Harrison Ford.
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The 72 year old was making his first public appearance since his March plane crash.
Harrison Ford gave the audience at the Star Wars Comic Con panel a good excuse to break the convention’s no standing rule on Friday when he made a very special surprise appearance. It was Ford’s first public outing since his plane crash back in March, in which he sustained multiple injuries including a broken pelvis and ankle.
Harrison Ford reprises his role as Han Solo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The panel to discuss the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens drew a 7,000 strong crowd of diehards, many of who had queued for days to secure a place. Towards the end of the panel moderator Chris Hardwick asked the crowd, “Is Harrison OK? Well, why don’t we see for ourselves?” before bringing out the Han Solo actor.
Han Solo’s backstory is coming to the big screen, with the duo behind ‘The Lego Movie’ directing.
A new Star Wars spin-off movie revealing the backstory of iconic character Han Solo has been announced by Disney. The as-yet-untitled adventure will follow the first Star Wars anthology film, Rogue One, which is set for release next year on December 16th.
A film revealing the back story of Han Solo has been announced by Disney.
Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, the pair behind the hugely successful Lego Movie will be directing, while father and son team Lawrence and Jon Kasdan will be penning the script, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Continue reading: Han Solo's Origin Story To Be Told In New 'Star Wars' Spin Off Movie
Secret Cinema's Star Wars event is a mind-blowing experience of a lifetime for any Star Wars fan. Running in London over 100 nights from June 4th to September 27th, it's more than twice as big as last summer's gigantic Back to the Future project. The epic installation lets visitors live events from Episode IV: A New Hope before an interactive screening of Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, the best of the six films to date. And with a cast of 400 performers merging seamlessly into the costumed audience, it's an unforgettable evening.
It begins with an evacuation, as earth-based rebels are called to a secret London location. Before arriving, we are given an identity and wardrobe advice (I was Niles Torwyn, galactic explorer) and told to stay low and keep our faces covered. At Earth Cargo Airlines, we are herded into a loading bay and transported through space to Mos Eisley spaceport on the desert planet Tatooine, where we have several hours to walk around the bustling market town, paying for food and drink with galactic credits while engaging with the people around us. Speaking to strangers or walking into doorways will result in quests and training exercises. And among the crowd, there's a chance to interact with characters like Old Ben Kenobi, Chewbacca, C-3PO, R2-D2 and a gang of fast-talking Jawas, but avoid eye contact with the Storm Troopers. There are also special cocktails and music in the busy Cantina Bar before another transport whisks us off to a Rebel Base and the Death Star itself.
Along the way, virtually the entire final act of A New Hope is taking place around us, often in ways that send chills down the spine. It's a thrilling re-creation of a film that transformed our childhood, and there are at least two "wow" moments that are almost overwhelming. This is followed by the next chapter in the story, a bright digital screening of The Empire Strikes Back accompanied by some very cool live action. Originally released in 1980, the film stands up remarkably well with its sarcastic humour, brittle emotions and some very dark drama, leading to a wonderfully maddening cliffhanger ending. Best of all is the way the script remains centred on the characters, twisting and deepening them while allowing Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher to further develop their most iconic roles.
Continue reading: Secret Cinema Presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Review
Oh, and Han Solo shot first.
An original script for the first Star Wars movie has been discovered collecting dust deep in the archives of the University of New Brunswick library in Saint John.
Librarian Kristian Brown was tasked with sifting through the library's vast science fiction collection to digitize all of the zines, pulp magazines and novels. However, just as Brown was coming to the end of the job he discovered what appears to be an original shooting script for the 1977 classic.
Continue reading: Original 'Star Wars' Script Features Protagonist "Luke Starkiller"
We're nearly halfway through a great year for big-budget movies and the best is yet to come.
Cast your mind back to 2014, a year in which US box-office takings fell by 5% compared to the previous year. There were many memorable films, from Oscar winners like Birdman to highly anticipated adventures like Interstellar.
Interstellar's $673million tally wasn't out of this world
But what 2014 lacked was a consistent stream of killer blockbuster titles. Sure, there was Transformers: Age of Extinction - 2014's biggest film - and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the year's next highest-grossing movie. And superhero fans were well-catered for, with Guardians of the Galaxy topping a list that included Captain America, X-Men and Spider-Man.
Continue reading: Five Reasons Why 2015 Is The Year Of The Blockbuster
Harrison Ford is back in the skies. The 72-year-old ‘Star Wars’ actor was involved in a plane crash earlier this year but has got back in the cockpit less than three months after sustaining severe injuries.
Harrison Ford has returned to flying less than three months after he was involved in a plane crash. The 72-year-old actor was spotted back at Santa Monica Airport on Thursday (28th May), looking healthy and remarkably calm for someone who had suffered serious injuries from a crash just months before. Ford was also seen co-piloting a helicopter from the airport.
Harrison Ford is back in the skies again.
Continue reading: Harrison Ford Flying Again, Three Months After Plane Crash
Like Benjamin Button, this drama plays around with the human lifespan, is slickly produced and feels far too serious for its own good. There's a sweeping romanticism to the premise, but it's ultimately so sentimental that it becomes rather corny. Fans of Nicholas Sparks-style movies will adore every golden-hued moment and yearning glance. More cynical viewers will enjoy the premise and performances, but will find the tidal wave of plot twists too yucky to bear.
In present-day San Francisco, Adaline (Blake Lively) is preparing to change identities as she does every decade or so. She's been 29 since a fateful accident in 1933 stopped her ageing process, due to a convergence of random factors at the time of a car crash, and she doesn't want to arouse suspicion. The only person who knows her secret is her daughter Flemming (Ellen Burstyn), who after all this time now introduces herself as Adaline's grandmother. Then the dashing Ellis (Michiel Huisman) tenaciously starts pursuing Adaline, and Flemming encourages her to stop running. So she decides to let herself live for a change, travelling with Ellis for a weekend to meet his parents (Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker). But fate has a few more surprises in store.
The story is told by an omniscient narrator (Hugh Ross) and camerawork that often stares down from a godlike point of view, as if Adaline has no say in her own story. And without a sense of humour or irony, it's tricky for a film audience to root for her. The story is engaging, and it's enjoyable to watch the events unfold, but the moment the plot loudly clanks into gear the film becomes difficult to like. Revelations and coincidences pile on top of each other in the story's final act, making everything both achingly emotional and suspiciously convenient.
Continue reading: The Age Of Adaline Review
'Indiana Jones 5' is on the way.
Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy has confirmed that Indiana Jones 5 is part of the studio's plans though stopped short of announcing Harrison Ford as the returning hero, as has been speculated.
Harrison Ford could return as Indiana Jones in the fifth movie
Kennedy confirmed rumors that another Indy movie "will one day be made inside this company. When it will happen, I'm not quite sure. We haven't started working on a script yet, but we are talking about it."
Continue reading: Lucasfilm Confirms 'Indiana Jones 5', But What About Harrison Ford?
Harrison Ford is "doing great" after being involved in a plane crash in March and is now back to work on 'Star Wars'.
Star Wars director J.J. Abrams has updated fans on Harrison Ford's health after he was involved in a plane crash earlier this year. Ford is now back working on the next instalment in the Star Wars franchise, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in which he will reprise his role as Han Solo.
Harrison Ford is "doing great" after the plane accident, according to Star Wars director J.J. Abrams.
The trailer was revealed at a star studded press conference in California, during a special Star Wars Celebration event on Thursday.
Star Wars fans got what they’d been waiting for on Thursday, as the second trailer for the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens hit. The clip, which shows many of the franchise's new stars along with Harrison Ford as Han Solo, delighted fans who were suitably impressed by director Jj Abrams' efforts.
Han Solo is back! And he's brought Chewie
The trailer opens showing a crashed Star Destroyer and a glimpse of Darth Vader's melted, black mask. Mark Hamill, who is back as Luke Skywalker can also be heard in a voiceover saying 'The force is strong in my family. My father has it. I have it. My sister has it. You have that power too.’
30 years ago, the Rebel Alliance struck their killing blow against the Galactic Empire. The Emperor has been defeated, and his right hand man, Darth Vader, is dead. The second Death Star has been destroyed, and celebration reigned across the galaxy. But it was not the victory we once thought it was. With Imperial soldiers scattered across the galaxy, the Storm Troopers have rallied behind a new leader, a new Dark Lord of the Sith. But old heroes will rise once again, and come out of retirement, to once again wage war across the stars. The Force has awakened once more.
Continue: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer
Ryan Gosling is reportedly in talks to star in the 'Blade Runner' movie alongside Harrison Ford.
Ryan Gosling is in talks to star in the sequel to Blade Runner. The 34-year-old actor will be joined by Harrison Ford, who played Rick Deckard in the original 1982 film. Ford will reprise his role but it is uncertain which part Gosling, if negotiations are successful, will play.
Ryan Gosling is in talks to appear in Blade Runner 2.
Continue reading: Ryan Gosling In Talks For 'Blade Runner' Sequel
The Rebel Alliance struck a terrific blow to the Galactic Empire with the destruction of the Death Star. But now, with the Emperor's right hand man, Darth Vader, on the hunt for Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), the Alliance are going to have more difficulty fighting them off. Han Solo (Harrison Ford) is reluctantly still fighting alongside the Alliance, although his smuggling past and loner demeanour still rub wrongly with Leia Organa (Carry Fisher), who finds him to be nothing more than a stuck up, scruffy-looking Nerf herder. But their petty squabbling will have to be put aside when the Empire comes in search of Luke.
Continue: Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back Trailer
The galaxy is in turmoil. A Rebel Alliance is rising up against the villainous Galactic Empire but they are still marginalised and easily defeated. The Empire has a secret weapon, something that will ensure their continued hold on the galaxy: The Death Star. The giant space station has the ability to destroy an entire planet, although the Rebel Alliance have successfully stolen the secret plans for it. When Princess Leia Organa of Alderan (Carry Fisher) is captured on her way to deliver the plans to the Alliance, she is forced to send them inside a droid to the closest planet - Tatooine. There, a young moisture farmer, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), who dreams of something greater for himself, is about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, and save the galaxy along the way.
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The Rebel Alliance has fallen into an incredibly dark time. With the destruction of their base in the Hoth system, they have suffered numerous setbacks and defeats across the galaxy. It has been a crushing time for the heroes of the Rebel Alliance as well, as Han Solo (Harrison Ford) has been captured by the ruthless Darth Vader and sent to the vicious crime boss Jabba the Hutt. Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) has suffered greatly, too. Not only has he learned the truth about Vader being his father, but he has lost his hand in a battle with the dark lord of the Sith. Luke must first rescue Han, and then face up to his destiny and battle Vader for the fate of the galaxy.
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For the fans that just can't wait until December, 'Star Wars' is set to a release a new HD collection for digital distribution.
'Star Wars' is a phenomenon. The oddball 1977 original movie (later deemed to be "Part 4") was the first true blockbuster, changing the way movies are merchandised and reigniting the steadily dying science fiction genre. It turned the space opera into a crowd-pleasing licence to print money, and we all love it for that. On the other hand, the best way to send any self-respecting geek into a fit of frothing rage is even allude to the prequel trilogy without discussing how you would have made it better yourself.
Harrison Ford in 'Star Wars: A New Hope'
The thing is, the original trilogy is still held in such high regard, that the series is still a viable investment; not only are we getting an entirely new trilogy beginning at the end of 2015, but a remastered collection of the entire saga so far is set to be released digitally online on 10th April, 2015. As if you needed something to get you in the mood.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. The majestic order of honourable, strong Jedi, do all they can to keep the peace in a galaxy slowly tearing itself apart through trade disputes and separatist uprisings. All the while, they are becoming aware of the steady growth of an ancient group of darker, hate filler Jedi known as The Sith, are returning. In amongst their troubles, a young boy is discovered; a boy who could be more powerful than any Jedi that has ever lived. If a legendary prophecy can be believed, he is the one who will destroy the Sith and bring balance back to the Force - the energy which binds all life together.
Harrison Ford is out of hospital, a source claims.
Harrison Ford has been released from hospital. The 72-year-old actor has been in hospital since the beginning of March after the plane he was piloting crashed on a golf course in Santa Monica. A source claims to have seen Ford out of hospital and driving around Los Angeles on Saturday (28th March).
Harrison Ford has allegedly been released from hospital, three weeks after sustaining injuries in a plane crash.
Following last summer’s 'Back to the Future' event, 'The Empire Strikes Back' is the next classic to get the Secret Cinema treatment.
The idea of actually being a part of Star Wars has fuelled the fantasies of sci-fi fans for decades now, but their dreams could soon become a reality as Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back has been revealed as the next Secret Cinema event.
Secret Cinema is headed to a galaxy far, far away
Writing on twitter, Secret Cinema’s organisers announced they would be presenting the sci-fi classic in London this summer, from June to August, with tickets going on sale later this month.
According to onlookers, Ford followed his training to the letter and "saved several lives" in the process.
He’s been the hero of countless action films, but it seems that Harrison Ford was a real-life hero for his quick-thinking actions during the incident which led to his plane crash in Los Angeles on Thursday.
According to eyewitness reports and the accounts of pilots and flight instructors, the 72 year old actor did exactly what he was trained to do in response to situation in which he found himself. Moments after taking off in a vintage military plane, Ford radioed to report that his engine had failed.
Harrison Ford's actions in landing his stricken plane "saved several lives"
Harrison Ford is a little beat up, but there is no threat to his life.
Harrison Ford is alive and well, but definitely shaken up after being in a plane crash this week. Being Harrison Ford though, even the circumstances of his crash were pretty unbelievable. The Indiana Jones star was piloting a small 1940s aircraft (no joke), when he had quite a severe mishap.According to People, it was a two-seat, single-engine 1942 military trainer, which he was piloting over Penmar Golf Course near Santa Monica Airport.
Harrison Ford just got a little more badass.
"Harrison was flying a WW2 vintage plane today which had engine trouble upon takeoff," Ina Treciokas said. "He had no other choice but to make an emergency landing, which he did safely. He was banged up and is in the hospital receiving medical care. The injuries sustained are not life threatening, and he is expected to make a full recovery."
Continue reading: Harrison Ford Alive And Out Of Danger After Plane Crash
The veteran actor crash landed a WWII training plane on the eighth hole of a golf course just outside of Los Angeles.
Harrison Ford was rushed to a hospital in California on Thursday (March 5th) after sustaining injuries when he crash landed a vintage World War II training plane on a golf course just outside of Los Angeles.
Ford crash landed the plane on a California golf course
The plan he was piloting crashed on the eighth tee at Penmar Golf Course only a short time after the legendary actor took off from the Santa Monica Airport, said Ian Gregor of the Federal Aviation Administration, according to NBC Los Angeles.
Continue reading: Harrison Ford Injured After Crashing Plane On Golf Course
Harrison Ford is back for 'Blade Runner 2', though the acquisition of Denis Villeneuve is the most appealing news.
Harrison Ford will reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the Blade Runner sequel and Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve is in negotiations to get behind the camera for Alcon Entertainment. Original writers Hampton Fancher and Michael Green confirmed the news in an announcement on Thursday, saying the sequel would take place several decades after the 1982 classic.
Harrison Ford will return as Rick Deckard in Blade Runner 2
Ford, who also reprises his role as Han Solo in the forthcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens, recently said the Blade Runner 2 script was the "best thing he's ever read".
Continue reading: Harrison Ford To Return For 'Blade Runner 2', Denis Villeneuve To Direct
In 1908, a young girl was born. She was not extraordinary, and lived a simple existence. Then one day, everything changed forever. In 1935, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) was caught up in a horrifying car crash, yet she emerged unharmed. It would be years before she knew that anything was wrong with her, however. Over the course of nearly eight decades, she does not appear to age a day, leading to her becoming detached and solitary existence. Every so often, she begins a relationship with someone, and after going to meet the parents of her boyfriend, Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman), she discovers that his father (Harrison Ford) and she were in a relationship many years before, leading to a new set of problems facing her otherwise extraordinary life.
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Harrison Ford - A host of stars were snapped as they arrived at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 12th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 16th January 2015
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart - 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Arrivals at Golden Globe Awards, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 11th January 2015
It seems the power of Christian Grey is stronger than even The Force.
How many times can you watch a two minute trailer of Jamie Dornan in the upcoming Fifty Shades Of Grey movie? Well the answer is many, many, many times, on repeat if necessary. Yes probably in part thanks to loyal Dornan-aholics the Fifty Shades Of Grey teaser has beaten Star Wars The Force Awakens to become the most Youtubed trailer of 2014 with a colossal 93 million hits!
Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
Yes according to research by Zefr, the steamy trailer is the year's most viewed on Youtube, beating Star Wars Episode VII by over 10 million hits.
The actor also revealed he never thought he’d be involved with the franchise again.
Mark Hamill, who will reprise his iconic role as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has said he was not surprised his character wasn’t included in the movie’s first teaser trailer. Released last month, the just under 90 second teaser didn’t show Hamill as Skywalker as well as fellow original cast members Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.
Mark Hamill doesn't mind that he was left out of the new Star Wars trailer
"This is about the new generation of characters; I think that's the most important thing," Hamill told Yahoo! Movies . ”It's the opening act of a whole new approach to the storytelling.”
Ridley Scott isn't completely ruling himself out of directing 'Blade Runner 2.'
Thousands of Blade Runner fans let out a collective depressing sigh last week after it was reported Ridley Scott would not be directing the hugely anticipated sequel to the 1982 classic. Sure, Scott was due to act as a producer, and shooting was set to go ahead in 2015, but still, it was a blow.
Ridley Scott says he could direct Blade Runner 2
WELL GUESS WHAT. During press for his forthcoming Biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings, Scott told Yahoo! UK that in theory he could still direct the movie.
Continue reading: Hold Your Horses: Ridley Scott Could Still Direct 'Blade Runner 2'
Set three decades after the devastating events of 'Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi', the latest instalment sees a whole new adventure for Luke Skywalker and company, as both the light and dark of the universe clash once again. Episode VII, entitled 'Star Wars:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the title chosen by Disney - though is it right for the franchise?
Star Wars fans have been having their say on the recently announced full title for Episode VII: The Force Awakens. The news arriving in an official tweet, which also announced the completion of principal photography on the project, set for release on December 20, 2015.
Production on Star Wars: The Force Awakens began at Pinewood in May 2014
Rumors had circulated earlier this year that The Ancient Fear was being considered for the title, though those proved unfounded.
Continue reading: Star Wars Fans Buckle Over 'The Force Awakens' Title
JJ Abrams wont be making the same mistake as George Lucas’s prequels.
Anthony Daniels, the actor who has appeared as C-3PO in all six Star Wars films, has confirmed that no CGI will be used for his character in Jj Abrams upcoming Episode VII. The actor, who is the only member of the Star Wars cast to appear in all six films, was replaced by CGI animation for C-3PO’s action seances in the prequel trilogy.
Anthony Daniels has always been the man behind C-3PO
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Daniels said, “There’s no way I would just do the voice. I will tell you that when JJ Abrams rang me to ask about filming Episode VII, one of the first things he said after he told me how wonderful I was — and that didn’t take long — but he then said, ‘Would you be interested in being in the film just doing the voice?’ I said, ‘No.’ And he said, ‘Right!’ He knew I’d say that.”
The 'Game of Thrones' swordsman has joined the cast of 'Star Wars: Episode VII', but will he be tasked with swapping the sword for a lightsaber?
The actor Miltos Yerolemou, the best known for playing swordsman Syrio Forel in HBO's 'Game of Thrones' series, has joined the cast of Disney's 'Star Wars: Episode VII'. Yerolemou has played numerous parts involving sword-fighting throughout his career and it is assumed he will take up a similar role, perhaps with a lightsaber, in J.J Abrams' movie.
J.J Abrams on set in Dubai
BBC News report that Yerolemou's role is not thought to be a major one, though LucasFilm have declined to comment on the casting.
Continue reading: 'Game Of Thrones' Actor Cast In 'Star Wars: Episode VII''
Looks like 'Blade Runner 2' could be close than we first assumed.
Ridley Scott has revealed that the script for Blade Runner 2 is finished and that Harrison Ford is ready to reprise his role as Deckard. Scott's iconic 1982 movie - about a man hired to hunt down rogue artificial humans - is a classic of the sci-fi genre and fans have been itching for a follow-up for decades.
Ridley Scott has confirmed that a Blade Runner 2 script is now complete
Now, according to Entertainment Weekly, that wish looks closer than ever, with Scott confirming" It's written and it's damn good. Of course it involves Harrison, who is a survivor after all these years-despite the accident. So yes, that will happen."
Continue reading: Ridley Scott Will Make 'Blade Runner 2' After 'The Martian'
Striking a tone somewhere between the po-faced original and the silly Part 2, this rampaging action nonsense is badly overcrowded and chaotic, but there's plenty of comedy and whizzy stuntwork to keep the audience entertained. It of course helps a lot that the film is packed to the rafters with iconic actors and lively newcomers. And their sassy dialogue helps make up for the idiotic plot.
It opens with a prison break, as Barney (Sylvester Stallone) and his team (Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Terry Crews) rescue their old cohort Doc (Wesley Snipes) then head off on a mysterious mission that turns out to involve their presumed-dead nemesis Stonebanks (Mel Gibson), who is targeting Barney's team. So Barney and his pal Bonaparte (Kelsey Grammer) set about finding four new commandoes (Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Glen Powell and Victor Ortiz) to take on Stonebanks, but of course nothing goes as plan. For the final face-off they're joined by the old team, CIA boss Drummer (Harrison Ford), former colleagues Trench and Yin (Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jet Li), and chatty newcomer Galgo (Antonio Banderas).
The ever-increasing cast means that some characters can't help but be pushed into the shadows (Crews and Li are barely in this film), while others hover around the edges of scenes injecting moments of sarcastic wit. Each of the characters gets his or her moment of eye-popping action, as the film lurches from set-piece to set-piece in a whirl of bombs, bullets and blades. All of this is fun because the actors are gleefully refusing to take any of this seriously. The scene-stealers this time are Gibson, terrific as the swaggering villain, and Banderas, who's hilarious as the only person who can string a sentence together.
Continue reading: The Expendables 3 Review
Director J.J. Abrams begins filming after the 72 year-old actor's on-set injury caused production to shut down for two weeks.
Director J.J. Abrams can now breathe a sigh of relief as 'Star Wars: Episode VII' is set to resume filming later this month after a two week hiatus that gave Harrison Ford time to recover from a broken leg he sustained while on-set in June, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
J.J. Abrams suspended shooting for two weeks after Ford's injury
The 48 year-old filmmaker decided to close down production of 'Episode VII' for a two week period to give the crew time to rework the shooting schedule whilst Ford, who is reprising his role as Han Solo, recovered from having surgery on his injured leg.
Star Wars: Episode VII is back on track!
Star Wars: Episode VII is due to resume filming this month following a brief hiatus to allow Harrison Ford to recover from the leg injury that he suffered on set in June. Ford - who reprises his role as Han Solo - broke his left leg whilst shooting at Pinewood studios and later underwent surgery
The cast of 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
Ford showed up and appeared in good health at Monday's Expendables 3 premiere in Hollywood and sources confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter that production is set to resume on Star Wars. It is not clear whether Ford will fly back to London immediately.
Continue reading: 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Back On Track After Harrison Ford's Injury
Harrison Ford - Premiere Of Lionsgate Films' "The Expendables 3" held at TCL Chinese Theatre. The Expendables 3 has vast cast of action stars, a high quality version was reportedly leaked on the internet - Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 12th August 2014
Harrison Ford - Stars attended the Premiere of 'The Expendables 3' on August 11th 2014 which was held on Hollywood Boulevard at the TCL Chinese Theatre - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 11th August 2014
While he was shooting in the U.K., the 72 year-old actor broke his leg last month when a spaceship door fell on top of him.
Harrison Ford is proving why he is one tough man! After breaking his leg last month, the veteran actor may be readying himself for a return to the set of 'Star Wars: Epsiode VII' sooner than most people may have thought.
Ford was spotted walking unaided and without a cast on his broken leg
Ford, who is reprising his recognizable Han Solo role in 'Episode VII', was spotted on Monday (July 28th) in Santa Monica walking without a cast or the aid of a crutch just six weeks after the injury occurred.
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J.J Abrams treated Star Wars fans to a look at a new model of the iconic X-Wing Starfighter in a new video calling for submissions to a tie-in charity initiative aiming to fund Unicef Labs and help poor children around the globe.
"We are offering you and a friend to visit the set of Star Wars: Episode VII and be in the movie. But we're also offering something else - the chance to be in an advanced screening of Episode VII before it hits theatres," Abrams explained.
"By supporting Force For Change, you win a private screening of the movie in your hometown and invite 20 of your closest friends and family. We know how much Star Wars means to so many of you and we love to share the movie with you first by supporting this truly great cause," he added.
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