Harrison Ford's injury on the set of "Indiana Jones 5" isn't his first workplace accident. Take a look back at some of the serious setbacks he's had during his career
The legendary "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" actor appeared in David Blaine's TV special "Real or Magic," first screened in 2013.
The Indiana Jones star shared some production notes with the crowd that painted the 1982 Ridley Scott's classic in a less than glamorous light.
The veteran actor teamed up with the Lincoln Project for the ad which backs the nation's top infectious disease expert.
Ford memorialized the late icon on Monday with a sweet story of their time working together.
The Hollywood legend has had some close calls while piloting aircrafts over the years.
"The Call of the Wild" has been released online early, leaving fans of the Harrison Ford movie wondering when it will be coming to Disney+.
The "Star Wars" actor's cursing amused both the audience and Kimmel.
In the nearly two-minute clip, a young Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford can be seen going over some lines about the destruction of Alderaan.
Deckard is back. But this time he's bringing Ryan Gosling with him.
The "Star Wars" actor has a history of aviation issues, including crash-landing a plane in 2015.
In 1999, Fisher recounted her early career and work on Star Wars: "I had a crush on [Harrison] Ford before it became a trend."
The actress and author is in a Los Angeles intensive care unit after suffering heart problems on a flight from London.
Three movies cemented Harrison Ford's fame beyond his sci-fi heroes.
Discovered by Steven Spielberg, the actor always seemed destined for stardom.
Can the new Han Solo please stand up?
But it's not the first piece of 'Star Wars' memorabilia to bring in a huge sum at auction.
The actors will join Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling in the sequel directed by Denis Villeneuve.
The 73-year-old star issues a humorous word of warning to his successor.
The actor is reportedly one of three stars in contention to play the Star Wars hero.
The archaeologist will rise again in a new adventure in 2019, Disney confirms.
The "Indiana Jones" actor shrugged off his injuries: "I walked here, so how bad can it be?"
The actor crashed his 1942 single-engine plane on Thursday near Santa Monica Airport,
A surgeon says he pulled the actor from the plane as it was leaking fuel.