In case you haven't heard, Harrison Ford crash landed a plane he was flying yesterday into a golf course in California-- don't panic, he's fine. Amidst all of the "good thing he was flying solo" and "he tried to make the kessel run" jokes, this is the only video you need, I promise.
Denis Villeneuve is set to direct Harrison Ford in a direct sequel to the 1982 classic scifi film Blade Runner. The film will take place several decades after the original, and Ford will reprise his role as blade runner and suspected replicant Rick Deckard. Unfortunately, the existence of this sequel answers one of the film's most oft debated questions with finality: if the now 72 year old Harrison Ford is playing Deckard, he can't a replicant. For what it's worth, Ford has said the script is the best he's ever read and the sequel is described as "potent" and "faithful."
Ridley Scott will produce the film alongside Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson.
Tom Cruise is supposedly in talks to make a cameo appearance in Star Wars: VII, according to The Sun. Meanwhile, Harrison Ford has suffered a broken leg on set, which could mean either a delay for the film, or that Han Solo will be written out altogether.
Belfast Telegraph reported that Carrie Fisher recently said an interview that she, along with Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill, are all expected to report to work in March or April for their continued roles in the upcoming addition to the Star Wars series.
Fisher said in the interview that she's looking forward to returning to her role as princess Leia. "I'd like to wear my old [cinnamon buns] hairstyle again - but with white hair," she said. "I think that would be funny."
This isn't the first we've heard of Fisher reprising her role as Princess Leia, but it's the closest to real confirmation we've gotten so far.