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“We’re not doing the Bond thing where we’re going to call somebody else Indiana Jones,” says producer Frank Marshal.

If anyone knows what Disney is planning to do with the Indiana Jones rights gained by the Mouse House in the same deal that nabbed them Star Wars back in 2012, it’d be Frank Marshall. He’s worked as a producer or executive producer of every Indy movie to date, and is slated to return for the next one.

 

Looking for some clarity on rumours that have circulated for months, then, Total Film asked Marshall directly if Chris Pratt (who worked with Marshall on Jurassic World) could take up the mantle of Indiana Jones for the new film.

 

“There are a lot of rumours,” Marshall admitted. “We haven’t even sat down to talk about Indy yet… at some point we’ll sit down. But there’s a bunch of people who could probably take the baton.”

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I love that he still knows how to have to have a good time and not worry whether he’s being silly. I think that makes him even more awesome!

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A few months ago, Harrison Ford was in a plane accident–he had to crash land, and broke his pelvis and ankle. This time, he had much more of a typical landing in a nice airfield in Malibu. But he didn’t just bring it down in any old field–oh, no, this is Han Solo we’re talking about. He has to make an entrance. So he brought down the helicopter into a landing space that was going to be used for a wedding that very same day.

 

Of course, it wasn’t a hit-and-run. Ford stayed behind and took a few photos with the lovely bride and groom, who (obviously) weren’t expecting him to suddenly crash land into their field.

 

I wonder if he starts every flight by saying, “I’ve got a bad feeling about this.” Because after this, I would.

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With just under two months before Star Wars fans once again travel to a galaxy far, far away, Disney has offered up the final trailer for the J.J. Abrams-directed Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Teasers for the trailer hinted that “the First Order is coming,” and in the latest preview, fans get a glimpse of the new installment’s main villain Kylo Ren as he promises Darth Vader’s crushed mask, “I will finish what you started.”

 

The trailer also ties together the loose strands in the decades following Return of the Jedi: The original trilogy has become legend in the Star Wars universe, but as Harrison Ford’s Han Solo tells Daisy Ridley’s Rey, “It’s true. All of it. The Dark Side. A Jedi. They’re real.” The preview also features John Boyega’s Finn facing off in a light saber battle against Kylo Ren. Even a hooded Luke Skywalker makes a brief cameo, with his robotic hand reaching out to R2-D2 at the 1:40 mark.

 

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Ahead of tomorrow’s brand new trailer, Lucasfilm has unleashed a brand new poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens featuring our first official look at Princess Leia and what appears to be a planet sized Death Star. You’re definitely gonna want this one on your wall…

Starring original cast members Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker and franchise newcomers, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie, Lupita Nyong’o and Max von Sydow, Star Wars Episode VII is set to be released on December 18th, 2015. Are you excited?

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There is a nomination for Harrison’s movie, Age of Adaline and Harrison is nominated as well Click on the graphics below to go directly to vote for his projects and him.

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The director of the original also weighs in forcefully on whether or not Deckard was a Replicant.

 

Alien: Paradise Lost isn’t the only callback to a sci-fi classic from early in his career that director Ridley Scott is currently working on. During a promotional interview for The Martian, he revealed a little more about the long-awaited follow-up to 1982’s Blade Runner, on which he’s a producer.

 

“I got Harrison [Ford] back,” Scott  said of the cast for the second movie, which will also include Ryan Gosling. “Harrison said, ‘Meh,’ and I said, ‘No, read this.’ And I think he said, ‘This is the best script I’ve ever had.’ We’ve been working on it for a couple of years.”

 

The new movie will be set in “2047, roughly,” although that apparently depends on Ford’s co-star. The date, Scott suggested, depends on how “young you can play Ryan Gosling. He’s 34, but he looks 27 when he’s doing his push-ups. So maybe 2050.”

 

Gosling, the director suggested, would take over the franchise after Ford’s departure — and Scott is thinking of it as a franchise, responding to a question about creating multiple movies in the series with “everyone else is, so why not?” As to what might be behind Ford’s departure, Scott was blunt when dropping a hint and answering an unresolved plot thread from the first movie. “Of course he’s a bloody Replicant!” he said about Deckard — and Replicants, as we know, come with in-built limited lifespans.

 

The second Blade Runner is scheduled to start production next year, with Denis Villeneuve directing from a screenplay by Michael Green and Hampton Fancher.

 

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