Now THIS is the Star Wars we’ve finally been waiting for. No more green screens, Jar Jar Binks or any of the other things we’d rather forget from the “prequels.” This is honest to goodness perfection, and thanks to the new minute long teaser trailer, we’re getting to see our beloved Han Solo, Chewbacca, the Millineum Falcon going to battle against the forces of the Empire, led by new super villain Kylo Ren!
Trust me, you don’t want to miss this sketch. During a Star Wars themed episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Harrison Ford was tasked with talking Chewbacca off the ledge, literally — but he didn’t want to after Chewy slept with his wife. Duh. However, once Adele‘s “Hello” started playing, everything changed.
Amy Schumer, 34, is definitely one of us. At a recent event the Trainwreck actress got to meet the legendary Meryl Streep, 66, and there are a series of pictures capturing the exciting moment. Too funny!
The force was definitely with us when we saw Harrison Ford walk onto the Hall H stage at 2015 San Diego Comic-Con! The actor, AKA Han Solo, joined Lucasfilms President Kathleen Kennedy, director J.J. Abrams, writer Lawrence Kasdan for the official ‘Star Wars’ panel where we had so many questions about The Force Awakens. And Comic Con was the place to it.
Here we go. You know the buzz is already starting about the possibility of someone stepping into that role that Harrison Ford, now 72, does oh so well. Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, the minds behind 21 Jump Street and 22 Jump Street will be taking on the film, so here’s our ideas for a young Han.
Harrison Ford is lucky to be alive. The actor heroically landed his vintage Ryan PT-22 Recruit airplane on the Penmar Golf Course in Venice, Calif., after he realized that he wouldn’t be able to make it safely to the runway. When the actor plunged 3,000 feet, Dr. Sanjay Khurana happened to be golfing at the time and raced over. He said that Harrison was profusely bleeding from a major gash on his head and that the passenger in the back of the two-seater plane was “slumped over.”
How scary. Harrison Ford, 72, was seriously injured on March 5, when a small plane he was piloting took a nose dive and he crash-landed it at a Los Angeles golf course. The Star Wars actor survived the shocking crash, but he was rushed to a nearby hospital.