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National Transportation Security Board releases preliminary findings that confirm engine failure forced the 'Star Wars' actor to make an emergency landing.
Harrison's son Ben Ford thanked fans on Twitter on Saturday, March 7 and said the 'Star Wars' actor had 'the best care possible.'
The Han Solo of 'Star Wars' franchise avoided a nose-dive landing as his World War II-era aircraft hit a tree on the way down.
The spine surgeon who helped the 'Star Wars' star to safety explains what he saw at the crash site while celebrities like Larry King, Ellen DeGeneres, and Cher send well wishes to the actor.
The 'Star Wars' actor was sent to hospital after his vintage World War II training plane crash landed on a golf course in Los Angeles, California on Thursday, March 5.
The 'Star Wars' actor is set to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the follow-up to the 1982 movie, while the 'Incendies' director is set to take the director chair.
Some aspects of the production were sidelined when Harrison Ford had an on-set injury in early June.
Ahead of the 15th anniversary of LEGO Star Wars, the LEGO Group released a photo of the cast during table read.
The Han Solo depicter is pictured preparing to head back to the U.S. wearing a cast on his leg and sitting in a wheelchair.
The actor's publicist confirms that the 71-year-old had an accident on the set and has gone through a successful surgery.
The crew will continue filming while their Han Solo recuperates from the ankle injury he sustained on the set.
The 71-year-old actor reportedly sustained an injury on his ankle after a hydraulic door fell down and hit him.
Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson, and Harrison Ford lead the 'Expendables 3' entourage as they arrive at the Croisette in two armored vehicles.
With Ridley Scott attached to direct, the film is waiting for the original star to reprise his role as retired cop Rick Deckard.
The movie veterans such as Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher will join the newbies such as Andy Serkis and Adam Driver.