Harrison Ford says the young actors in the new “Star Wars” movie need to prepare themselves for both the light and dark sides of fame.
Harrison Ford, who recently crashed his vintage airplane on a Los Angeles golf course, is returning to the skies — at least with his voice.
A preliminary report confirmed Tuesday that Harrison Ford’s vintage aircraft crashed last week after losing engine power, forcing the actor to land at Penmar Golf Course in Venice just after takeoff from Santa Monica Airport.
Ford crashed his WWII-era vintage plane shortly after taking off from Santa Monica Airport.
Aviation experts are applauding Harrison Ford’s handling of the frightening crash-landing of a vintage aircraft in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
The wreckage of Harrison Ford’s vintage plane was moved from a Venice golf course Thursday to a nearby hanger for a joint FAA and NTSB investigation into the crash of the single-engine aircraft.
A doctor who was on the golf course when Harrison Ford’s vintage aircraft came down says he couldn’t believe the scene that unfolded right in front of him.
Last year, he was filming “Star Wars: Episode VII” in a studio outside London when a door of Solo’s Millennium Falcon spacecraft fell and broke the actor’s leg.
Celebrities expressed concern via Twitter after learning that a single-engine plane piloted by actor Harrison Ford crash-landed in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
Harrison Ford is set to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in a sequel to the dystopian, neo-noir “Blade Runner,” more than 31 years after the film first premiered.
This week a teen heartthrob isn’t above the law, Emmy nominations were announced, and something happened in a galaxy far, far away.
A federal complaint challenging a plan to shut down the Santa Monica Airport next summer has been filed by actor Harrison Ford and other airport pilots and tenants, according to reports.
“Ender’s Game,” based on the novel by Orson Scott Card, stars Asa Butterfield and Harrison Ford as intergalactic soldiers.
The Los Angeles Dodgers, along with the rest of Major League Baseball, will celebrate Jackie Robinson Day Monday, exactly 66 years after he shattered the sport’s racial barrier.
Here are the nominations for the 2012 People’s Choice Awards, to air Thursday, January 11 on CBS.