We already know that Harrison Ford is willing to come back and play Han Solo one more time, but he ain't the only icon who's interested. Could it be that Han's soul mate in a galaxy far, far away would come back, too? Looks like it!
Harrison Ford is apparently open to coming back as Han Solo in a new series of Star Wars movies—but there's one thing he wants if he agrees to do it.
Though their day jobs often involve a plethora of costumes and hours in a makeup chair, many of our favorite sci-fi stars still enjoy stepping out in costume for a good time on All Hallow's Eve. So for the 31st—and final—of our 31 Days of Halloween features of 2012, we take a peek at the Halloween duds of nearly 20 sci-fi celebs.
According to Ridley Scott, the much-talked-about sequel to Blade Runner is definitely happening—and he's hinting that it will answer the one question fans of the first film have been debating for 30 years.
You remember when Shia "The Beef" LaBeouf said that Indy 4 was a stinky old pile? And then when Harrison "Indiana frakkin' Jones" said Shia was a moron for having done that? Yeah, those were good times. Unsurprisingly, though, Shia is finally backpedaling.
It's hard to believe, but acting legend Harrison Ford turns 70 today. So in honor of the sci-fi icon's big 7-0, we've put together seven of his most classic sci-fi moments from his storied career.
Details have slowly started trickling out about Ridley Scott's new Blade Runner sequel, and now it seems the sequel might have an even closer tie to the first film than we thought: Could Harrison Ford come back for a cameo as the iconic Replicant hunter Deckard?
If movies are art, and art is subjective, then it's impossible for everyone to like the same things. One person's classic is another person's crud. And so it was with Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel, who came down rather harshly on Ridley Scott's dystopic science-fiction classic.
It was only yesterday we were hearing rumors that Harrison Ford would be back for Ridley Scott's Blade Runner sequel, despite a producer's past claims that the flick would be Deckard-less. Well, now that same producer is speaking up again, and he's out to quash any rumors of Ford's return.
The news that Ridley Scott will return to direct a sequel to his sci-fi classic Blade Runner was one of the cooler things we heard last year, even if one of the producers assured us the flick wouldn't include Harrison Ford. Well, it turns out that producer may have spoken too soon.