Showing posts with label HARRISON FORD. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HARRISON FORD. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 27, 2017


Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford was snapped inside his Limo at AOL BUILD in New York City today. Is that someone crying in the back seat?

Wednesday, April 10, 2013



Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford hit the Late Show With David Letterman in New York City. It seems springtime has brought the stars out for almost every TV show.

Sunday, July 24, 2011


Andy Serkis

Ana de la Reguera

Abigail Spencer

Adam Beach

Harrison Ford

Candace Bailey

Glenn Howerton With Jill Latiano

Clare Grant

Gillian Jacobs

Daniel Craig

Calista Flockhart

Seth Green

Sam Rockwell

Joel McHale

Yvonne Strahovski

Ron Howard

Johnny Galecki

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

Julio Cedillo

Steven Spielberg

Olivia Munn

Jon Favreau

Noah Ringer

Nina Dobrev

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde along with Noah Ringer, Seth Green, Gillian Jacobs, Calista Flockhart, Ron Howard, Yvonne Strahovski, Steven Spielberg, Clare Grant, Julio Cedillo, Jon Favreau, Olivia Munn, Nina Dobrev and others attended the world premiere of "Cowboys & Aliens" at the San Diego Civic Theatre in San Diego, California.

Photos By: RD/Jackson/ Retna Digital

Friday, May 27, 2011


Film icon Harrison Ford graces the July/August cover of AARP The Magazine and opens up about films, his new family (with Calista Flockhart), and his love of flying.

Harrison Ford's AARP Cover

On leading man Daniel Craig in their upcoming film Cowboys & Aliens:

“I give enormous credit to Daniel. He gave me the room in his movie to make a part that was probably as much fun to play as any I’ve ever had.”
“The leading man has a special responsibility to carry the audience. I can just dodge in, and that’s wonderful.”

Friends on Ford:

“He’s authentic. The same kind of guy you see on-screen. I get into trouble when I use this expression, but Harrison is a man’s man.” – Friend and broadcast journalist, Tom Brokaw

“Harrison was in better shape than any of us. He’s ripped.” – Cowboys and Aliens actress, Olivia Wilde

“Harrison is like John Wayne in the autumn of his career. In movies like The Searchers and True Grit, Wayne was always giving a younger man a run for his money.” – Cowboys and Aliens director, Jon Favreau

On reinvention and new passions:

“Flying absolutely reinvented my life. When I’m flying, I’ve got to do it according to the rules, just like everybody else.”
“I wanted to see whether I could learn something new.
“Flying absolutely reinvented my life.”
“I’m not cut any slack for any other reason. I’m just another pilot. I love it.”

On his third marriage to actress Calista Flockhart:

“We’d lived together for 10 years and it seemed like we were going to get along. And I love her and she wanted to get married, and I wanted to get married.”

On how his parenting getting better with age:

“I had my first children when I was 24. Babies raising babies is maybe not the prettiest thing in the world to watch.”
“I’ve learned a lot about being an appropriate father over the years.”

On his ever growing love of filmmaking:

“I love acting probably more than I did before.”
“I like working and problem-solving with people on a story.”

On box office successes and failures:

“I just want to make good movies that people want to go see. I hate making movies that people don’t go to.”

Thursday, May 19, 2011


Jason Ritter

Harrison Ford With Jeffrey Katzenberg

Harrison Ford and others attended The 15th Annual Los Angeles Dinner to Benefit Conservation International held at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

Photos By: RD / Orchon / Retna Digital

Thursday, May 20, 2010


Ashlee Simpson With Pete Wentz

Justin Chambers

Catt Sadler

Jaime King

Billy Dee Williams With Harrison Ford, Peter Mayhew
And Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor

Billy Dee Williams

Harrison Ford

Peter Mayhew

Paul Scheer

Mark Hoppus

Rico Rodriguez

Rico Rodriguez along with Mark Hoppus, Harrison Ford, Ashlee Simpson, Pete Wentz, Justin Chambers, Catt Sadler, Jaime King, Ewan McGregor, Billy Dee Williams and many more stars attended "The Empire Strikes Back" 30th Anniversary charity screening at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood, California.

Photos By: RD / Kirkland / Retna Digital

Friday, May 08, 2009


Harrison Ford And Calista Flockhart

Hollywood stars Calista Flockhart and Harrison Ford are in the process of adopting a little girl, according to gossip reports. Ford proposed to the actress on Valentine's Day. According to reports, he plans to make Flockhart's adopted son Liam, 8, his own child, and the couple will take custody of a daughter soon after. A source tells Star magazine, "Harrison's begun the process of adopting Liam too. He's been a father figure to the boy almost since day one."
Photo By: Sara De Boer/Retna

Monday, October 13, 2008


Harrison Ford And Shia LaBeouf

Hollywood icon Harrison Ford is denying media reports that his Indiana Jones sidekick sexy Shia LaBeouf will replace his role as the action hero in a new installment of the famous franchise film. LaBeouf starred alongside the 66-year-old actor as the whip-cracker’s young friend Mutt Williams. Harrison is insisting there are no plans for the young star to take on the role he made famous, despite the open ending in summer hit Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Ford brushed off the rumors, sparked after he passed the archaeologist’s trademark hat to LaBeouf’s character, alluding to the switch. He tells Moviefone: "No, that’s never been (the idea)… I think it just doesn’t work that way. And there’s definitely a distinction between passing the fedora and someone picking it up."

Wednesday, May 28, 2008


Calista Flockhart and Hollywood star Harrison Ford will marry this summer in a very small ceremony. The couple have been dating since meeting at the 2002 Golden Globe awards, and Ford has raised Flockhart’s seven-year-old adopted son Liam as his own.With two divorces under his belt, the 65-year-old has was reportedly reluctant to wed again - but sources tell the National Enquirer he has finally decided to make the 43-year-old former Ally McBeal star his wife. Insiders tell the tabloid, "He said he’d marry Calista as soon as he’s finished with the promotional work for the new Indiana Jones movie - and Calista is holding him to his promise."

Saturday, March 22, 2008


Jamie Oliver

Hollywood stars Harrison Ford and girlfriend Calista Flockhart are such big fans of British culinary king Jamie Oliver, that they want him to cater at their wedding.The Indiana Jones star, 65, is expected to wed Flockhart in California this summer. And Ford is hoping to land Oliver, better known as The Naked Chef, as his head chef. He says, "We love Jamie Oliver."

Thursday, March 06, 2008


Shia LaBeouf and Harrison Ford

Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf is scared of the first review of Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, because he fears critics will can his performance and say he's unworthy of joining the action franchise.The actor appears alongside Indiana Jones star Harrison Ford in the action movie, and admits he constantly felt intimidated by the fans’ expectations of the fourth sequel in the film series. But the Transformers star claims Ford was great at putting the rest of the cast at ease and has even likened the 65-year-old to General George Smith Patton, the leading U.S. Army general during World War Two. LaBeouf tells British magazine Empire, "It was terrifying to join this franchise. Everything you imagine it is, is exactly what it is. You don’t want to be the addition who ruined everything. And you know there’s going to be so much critique, that it can be quite daunting."But Harrison always used to say before every take, ‘Alright, let’s shoot this piece of s**t.’ It was his way of alleviating the pressure. Another hats-off thing about Harrison is that he’s the troop leader - he’s General Patton; the guy leading the surge. When you’re around him, you don’t feel that pressure."

Friday, January 04, 2008


The Cast Of Indiana Jones

Director Steven Spielberg thinks Harrison Ford is not to old to play Indiana Jones and told Vanity Fair, "The 65-year-old actor has handled the dangerous stunts while shooting ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’ ‘amazingly’ well. Spielberg, 61, said: ‘It’s 19 years since we did the third film, ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade’, so we’re both older, and we both certainly look a bit older. But there is no way Harrison was too old for this role. ‘He needed to recapture the caustic, laconic spirit of Dr. Jones, and he had to manage the action, and he did both of those things amazingly well. He was just a little more out of breath after every stunt, and so was I!’ Ford also insists he was more than capable of slipping back into Indy’s famous fedora hat and wielding his whip.He also told Vanity Fair: ‘There’s something about the part that is a good fit for me because the minute I put on the costume, I recognize the tone we need and I feel confident and clear about the character.’ ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’ - which boasts an all-star cast including Cate Blanchett, Jim Broadbent and ‘Transformers’ star Shia LaBeouf - is due to hit cinema screens in May.

Saturday, November 24, 2007


Calista Flockhart and Harrison Ford

Kirt Douglas and Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford and lover Calista Flockhart served a Thanksgiving meal to homeless people this week.The Hollywood couple donned red aprons and plastic gloves to help hand out turkey drumsticks, mash potatoes and gravy to more than 3,000 needy people for the Los Angeles Mission's annual event in the downtown area of the city known as Skid Row.Other celebrities who volunteered to help with the charity feast - which took place the day before the annual US holiday - included actress Nia Long and actor Kirk Douglas.Los Angeles' Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who has been volunteering for a decade, also helped clean the feet of some of the homeless.Douglas - who helped set up the mission's Anne Douglas Center for Women - insisted the event has a profound effect on the helpers.He said: "It is inspiring to see the actors and politicians come and help serve. Their involvement will help their souls as much as it helps the guests being served."The homeless were also treated to entertainment provided by a house band, as they drank bright green and orange punch at rows of tables set up outside the venue.