Indiana Jones

Actress Anne Heche In Coma Following Firey Accident

Over the weekend, actress Ann Heche, whose impressive resume includes Disney’s The Adventures of Huck Finn and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and ABC’s hit show Quantico crashed her vehicle into a house. Initial reports stated that she was taken to a hospital as a precaution but seemed to have escaped serious injury.
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How India Is Aiming To Lure Back Offshore Production With New 30% Cash Incentive

Click here to read the full article. India has always been a popular destination for international productions, hosting everything from European independent films and British series, most recently ITV’s Beecham House and Netflix/BBC’s A Suitable Boy, to studio movies like Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and Netflix’s Chris Hemsworth-starrer Extraction. In addition to the country’s oft-touted attractions – a skilled workforce, low costs, stunning landscapes and historical monuments – it also boasts a rich canon of English-language, India-set literature that the story-hungry streamers have been plundering in recent years. Netflix’s A Suitable Boy and The White Tiger, Apple TV+’s Shantaram and HBO’s upcoming...
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Harrison Ford Was Acting On The Fly In One Of The Fugitive's Best Scenes

In "The Fugitive," when Harrison Ford's protagonist, Dr. Richard Kimble, fishes a green hat out of the trash and joins a St. Patrick's Day Parade in Chicago, it would be easy to think you are witnessing a well-choreographed bit of movie magic. However, director Andrew Davis, a Chicago native, obtained permission from the city to film in a real parade, putting Ford, his costar Tommy Lee Jones, and camera operator Robert Ulland in the middle of the festivities with a Steadicam to capture their chaotic scramble.
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Most Popular Action Stars of All Time

The checklist for a summer blockbuster today usually involves the following: iconic hero, little dialogue, over-the-top plot, characters at risk most of the time, fight scenes, plenty of explosions, and costly computer-generated images. Those tend to be the contours of an action movie, and for Hollywood, action films mean money. Of the 15 most successful […]

At the Lincoln

I can’t think of a better way to celebrate summer than with some family favorites on the stage and screen. First, head down to the theater for an Indiana Jones double header! Two all-time favorites, “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and “The Last Crusade,” are playing just two screenings each this Thursday through Saturday.

Harrison Ford’s Childhood Home Is for Sale at $700,000: Look Inside!

Harrison Ford's childhood home was recently remodeled and is now for sale for approximately $700,000. The Ford family lived in the Illinois English Tudor in the 1950s. According to, the house was unavailable between 1970 and 2018 before it sold for $350,000 in February 2019, and then for $600,000 in July 2020. Now the house is for sale again.

25 Years Ago, Harrison Ford Topped Indiana Jones With His Best Action Movie Ever

Get off my plane! In 1997, America’s favorite dad-ish action hero, Harrison Ford, became the President of the United States. If you don’t remember that Ford’s fictional US President in Air Force One was named President James Marshall, it’s probably only because “President Ford” would have sounded weird. As it stands Air Force One — which hit theaters 25 years ago on July 25, 1997, and topped the box office in August of that year — is the greatest Harrison Ford action movie, specifically because Harrison Ford is simply playing himself.