Harrison Ford Yelled at Indiana Jones 5 Stuntmen: Leave Me Alone

For Harrison Ford, the attract of reprising Indiana Jones for a fifth time within the upcoming “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” was all about time. Ford will have a good time his 81st birthday in July, just some weeks after “Dial of Destiny” opens in theaters, which isn’t the everyday age of your 2023 Hollywood motion hero. That was a promoting level for Ford, who informed Esquire journal that he ensured Indiana Jones regarded and felt like an previous man in “Dial of Destiny.”

“I wanted an ambitious movie to be the last one,” Ford stated about reprising Indiana Jones. “And I don’t mean that we didn’t make ambitious movies before — they were ambitious in many different ways. But not necessarily as ambitious with the character as I wanted the last one to be.”

One of the motion set items in “Dial of Destiny” finds Indiana Jones using a horse by the streets of New York City through the 1969 ticker-tape parade to have a good time the moon touchdown. As he was ending up filming the scene, Ford felt the fingers of three stunt staff recognizing him from the bottom as he was on horseback.

“I thought, ‘What the fuck?’ Like I was being attacked by gropers. I look down and there’s three stunt guys there making sure I didn’t fall off the stirrup,” Ford recalled. “They said, ‘Oh, we were just afraid because we thought, you know, and bah bah bah bah.’ And I said, ‘Leave me the fuck alone…Leave me alone, I’m an old man getting off a horse and I want it to look like that!”’

For comparable causes, Ford made the choice to go shirtless throughout one of many early scenes “Dial of Destiny.” He stated, “Waking up in my underwear with the empty glass in my hand was my idea.”

Ford’s age did present itself at instances through the making of “Dial of Destiny,” akin to when he pulled the subscapularis muscle off his proper shoulder throughout a battle scene with co-star Mads Mikkelsen. The movie’s manufacturing shut down for 2 weeks. When it resumed, Ford needed to sit out an extra six weeks.

“Yeah, well, I’m also known for shutting movies down because I get hurt, which is not something you want to be known for,” Ford stated. “But hey, shit happens.”

At almost 81 years previous, Ford isn’t slowing down. He’s been spending time in Atlanta filming “Captain America: New World Order,” his first film within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Is it enjoyable making a Marvel film? “Uh,” he stated. “Yeah. I mean, there are tough days and easy days and fun days and all kinds of days. It’s a tough schedule and, yeah, it’s fun. But it’s not a walk in the park. It’s not fun fun. It’s work.”

“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” opens in theaters June 30 from Disney.

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