It was a sad day for Star Wars fans when news broke that a Millennium Falcon door fell on Harrison Ford and crushed his ankle. The fear that this could delay production of the film made headlines.
At the Tribeca Film Festival, J.J Abrams revealed that when production was halted due to Ford’s injury, it gave him time off to focus on rewriting the relationship between Rey and Finn.
He said: “When I was on the set of the Millennium Falcon and we started to do work with Rey and Finn, the first time we did it, it didn’t work at all. It was much more contentious. I didn’t direct it right. It was set up all wrong, and when Harrison Ford got injured — which was a very scary day — we ended up having a few weeks off, and it was during that time that I really got to look at what we had done and rewrite quite a bit of that relationship. So when we came back to work again, we actually just reshot from the ground up, those scenes. It was an amazingly helpful thing to get these two characters to where they needed to be.”
One man’s loss, is another force’s gain couldn’t ring more true on this one.
April 30, 2020 | 16 Comments
Harrison Ford, 77, was out on April 24, piloting his Aviat Husky when he crossed a runway that was already in use at a California airport.
December 4, 2019 | 485 Comments
Today’s prizes include two Star Wars books, including Anthony Daniels’ new memoir and a 3D Blu-ray copy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens!