Image of the Day: McKellen and Ford in t-shirts we wish were real
After weeks of speculation, it's true: Harrison Ford is returning to space in Ender's Game!
The love/hate relationship we Star Wars fans have with George Lucas' universe after the often trying prequels is a complicated one, and it's made more complicated when you factor in all the backstory we thought we knew, only to find that when the prequels made it to screen ... it had changed.
That Ender's Game flick is moving right along with casting. Now that Hugo's Asa Butterfield is definitely on board for the title role, it's time to turn our attention to the pivotal role of Ender's mentor, Colonel Hyrum Graff. Among the names in contention is none other than sci-fi god Harrison Ford.
In this short-but-sweet Japanese PlayStation commercial, Harrison Ford is having a bit of a rough time playing Uncharted, a game that clearly takes many of its action-adventure cues from the Indiana Jones flicks. Worlds collide!
Harrison Ford says "it's an absolute delight" any time he gets to dust off the ol' fedora and whip to play Indiana Jones, so much so that he'd be on board if a fifth film in the series ever happens. But apparently he's not too wild about a sci-fi angle.
Another day, another monumentally important sextology comes to Blu-Ray. So, while it can be a hoot to recount the ways the prequels sapped all the joy from Star Wars, it's worth remembering that the original trilogy was both fun and, by the looks of it, fun to make.
It's only September, but it's suddenly feeling a bit like the holidays, 'cause we just got a present we've been wanting for years. A legendary clip of a practical joke Steven Spielberg played on Harrison Ford, long thought a rumor, is REAL ... and has resurfaced online.
Sure, Blade Runner is a classic NOW, but back in 1982, before anyone had seen any footage of the film, it was a gamble. So Ridley Scott put together a behind-the-scenes look which was screened at sci-fi conventions to win over the fans. And 29 years later, it's more revealing than ever before.
The producers of the new Blade Runner project have landed Ridley Scott to direct the movie. The original film's star, however, is another story.