As soon as the shooting of the fifth part of “Indiana Jones” started, Hollywood star Harrison Ford (78) was injured.
“Harrison Ford sustained an injury to his shoulder during rehearsals for a fight scene,” said a spokesman for Disney Studios on Wednesday.Hollywood Reporter” With. Initially, nothing was known about the severity of the injury. According to the announcement, the production should continue, adapted to the necessary treatment of the actor, it said.
The filming of the fifth episode of the adventure series about the archeology professor Henry Walton Jones (Ford) began in England in early June under the direction of James Mangold (“Walk the Line”, “Wolverine: The Warrior’s Way”). In addition to Ford, Mads Mikkelsen (“Doctor Strange”) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (“Fleabag”, “Solo: A Star Wars Story”) play with.
Ford has played the daring professor four times since 1981, most recently in 2008 in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. So far, Steven Spielberg has always directed. Due to the corona pandemic, the start of production had been postponed several times.
Ford is known for performing many stunts himself while filming. He broke his leg on the set of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” back in 2014. (dpa)
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