Casting anyone other than Harrison Ford in the role of Han Solo just feels like sacrilege, but since Ford is now 76 years old, playing a younger version of himself would be all but impossible. Or at least impossible if you rely on the standard Hollywood de-aging tricks like makeup and CG. Artificial intelligence, it…
We all know about Han Solo as a character: smuggler, scoundrel, father of an evil son. But what about as a concept? Why did this character, more than almost every other character not just in Star Wars, but in pop culture as a whole, resonate so much with so many? A new book will try to figure it out.
Indiana Jones 5 is currently scheduled for release July 10, 2020—but it seems like that’s about to change.
How do you prepare to play one of the most famous characters of all time, originated by one of the most iconic actors of all time? For actor Alden Ehrenreich, it was a fairly straightforward process.
It’s a heartwarming moment when Harrison Ford surprises Alden Ehrenreich during a press junket interview. But it’s a bloodcurdling experience watching the older man’s young face slapped onto the younger man’s present-day body. Watch this fan edit of the Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer and see for yourself.
Harrison, is that you?!
When it comes to the world of Blade Runner, the mysteries have always been better than the solutions. Part of why a sequel like Blade Runner 2049 even exists is because the original film asked so many hard questions and gave so few concrete answers—and it’s a tradition that continues with the new film.
At this point, it seems like everyone’s enjoyed the story of how Harrison Ford accidentally punched Ryan Gosling during an action sequence. Now, because cameras were rolling, we can all look at a still image capturing the frozen awkwardness of the point in time right after contact.
Harrison Ford is known for being a bit aloof, especially during interviews. He famously doesn’t particularly enjoy the attention, and his behavior is often a little bit on the side of strange.
Last year, Ryan Gosling told GQ that Harrison Ford punched him in the face while filming Blade Runner 2049. According to Ford himself, yup, it happened, it’s Gosling’s fault, and he should be thankful that he only got punched once.
One of the complaints fans had about The Force Awakens was the death of Han Solo wasn’t powerful enough. It happened too quickly and we never saw anyone process it. Well, maybe that’s because his death was so big, it’s going to reverberate into The Last Jedi too.
We just got a bunch of new footage from the hotly anticipated sequel to Ridley Scott’s dystopian scifi classic, courtesy of a brand new trailer. And Harrison Ford’s Deckard says something so potentially huge you’ll be reeling.
This weekend makes the 35th anniversary of Blade Runner—and to mark the occasion, we’ve gotten an excellent new behind-the-scenes featurette about its sequel from the cast and crew, which sheds some light on the world of 2049 Los Angeles, as well as how Blade Runner 2049 is trying to set itself apart from the original.
The second trailer for Blade Runner 2049 is here and, as expected, it’s just undeniably beautiful.
We all knew Star Wars: Episode IX would be coming out in 2019, but everyone assumed it would be Christmas, following in the steps of the previous two films in the trilogy. Turns out that will not be the case. Oh, and the fifth Indiana Jones movie just got a new date, too. As well as Frozen 2. And the live-action Lion…
Some things look familiar, some things look really different, and few things have changed a lot in this first tease from the sequel to Blade Runner.
It goes without saying that fans have lots of questions about next year’s Blade Runner sequel, Blade Runner 2049. How has that world changed? Who are Ryan Gosling and Jared Leto playing? And, if Deckard is still around, it’s pretty obvious he’s not a Replicant, right?
Did you know Harrison Ford wore digital hair extensions in The Force Awakens? Well, that’s just one of the awesome tidbits J.J. Abrams gives up during an illuminating director’s commentary that’ll be available November 15 on the film’s 3D Blu-ray release.
In exactly one year from today, the long-awaited (by some) sequel to Blade Runner will finally premiere. To commemorate the occasion Warner Bros. has announced the official title and released the this first behind the scenes photo... neither of which are actually that exciting.