Harrison Ford stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night but refused to answer any Star Wars questions. That didnt stop Chewbacca from crashing his interview.
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May the Force of Nostalgia Be With You NYTimes com Bobbie Wygant interviews Harrison Ford fir Star Wars in 1977.
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This animation is made of 3285 aquarelle paintings and form the very beginning of Anders Ramsell's paraphrase of the motion picture Blade Runner (1982) by Ridley Scott.
The sound is borrowed from the original moive.
Watch, and your loins will burn with passion.
From the definitive "Final Cut," purportedly director Ridley Scott's ideal version of the film Blade Runner, this is one of the most moving and iconic scenes from the 1982 film based on Philip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?"
Raiding the Lost Ark, A Filmumentary is the culmination eight months of reading, trawling, interviewing and editing. This time Jamie has sourced some of the interviews himself, with contributors from Wolf Kahler (Colonel Dietrich), Brian Muir (legendary sculptor), Mark Mangini (part of the Oscar winning sound team) and most surprisingly Sean Young (talking about her audition for the part of Marion Ravenwood).
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jeff Gurwood recreated the opening scene in stop-motion animation. Indymation, starring action figures, took six months to complete.
Recently uncovered pre-ROTJ interviews reveal George Lucas's original ideas for the Star Wars prequels. Namely, Mark Hamill admitting to NBC 5's Bobbie Wygant that in the stories 20 years earlier, you see an 8-year-old Luke running around and playing in the background.
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A deleted scene from Star Wars Episode V - Empire strikes back, expanding on the Han/Leia romance.
The coolest bladerunner scene!
Jimmy Kimmel Live - Harrison Ford Settles a Feud
Frank and Honey Carson are newlyweds. They're also terrible, terrible people.
Jane Pauley interviews Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford on "The Today Show" just as "The Empire Strikes Back" is about to open in 1980; part 1 of 2