Harrison Ford, 80, surprises himself when he almost CAUGHT himself out of his own private jet in Los Angeles
Harrison Ford was seen getting out of his own private jet and apparently tripped on the stairs after landing in Los Angeles on Friday.
The 80-year-old Shrinking actor, who has previously been seen flying the Cessna 680 jet he owns and pilots himself, opted for stylish comfort as he stepped out of the sleek plane.
The star, who reunited with her Indiana Jones co-star Ke Huy Quan at the 2023 Oscars early Sunday, donned a long-sleeved light blue button-down that was tucked into a pair of dark blue jeans secured with a black belt. . around the waist.
He slipped on a pair of dark gray shoes that were laced up to keep him comfortable in the midst of his busy schedule.
As the Star Wars alum came down the steps of the jet, he balanced a large black backpack and jacket in each of his hands.
Back in Los Angeles: Harrison Ford, 80, was seen getting out of his own private jet and apparently tripped on the stairs after landing in Los Angeles on Friday.
He’s a Pilot Himself: The Shrinking actor, who has been seen flying the Cessna 680 jet he owns and pilots himself in the past, opted for stylish comfort when stepping out of the sleek plane.
After exiting the plane, Harrison was soon seen loading some bikes into the back of a vehicle before heading to his next destination.
Ford has been an avid pilot for years, despite experiencing some terrifying incidents in the past, including an emergency landing in 2000 and a near-fatal crash that occurred in March 2015 on a Santa Monica golf course.
During an interview with the hollywood reporter last month in February, the star recalled the crash while flying a vintage World War II plane, which resulted in multiple injuries, including a shattered pelvis and broken back.
After revealing that his wife, Calista Flockhart, hasn’t flown vintage planes with him since the incident, the actor added: “I certainly don’t want to have to recover from that kind of accident again.”
‘It was very hard for my family and it was hard for me. I flew again I know what happened. So that’s part of the reason (I came back)’, she explained.
‘There was a mechanical problem with the plane that I couldn’t have known about or couldn’t attend to in any way. So, in the words of the great philosopher Jimmy Buffett: S*** happens.
According gq, The Cessna Citation 680 aircraft Harrison was seen leaving on Friday was purchased by the actor in 2009 and is priced at around $18 million.
The plane requires two pilots to fly the plane and can accommodate up to a maximum of 12 passengers.
Earlier on Sunday, Harrison looked dapper in a classic black suit as he attended the 95th Academy Awards, where he presented Best Picture for Everything Everywhere All At Once.
A savings! As the actor got out, he apparently seemed to trip over one of the upper steps, but caught himself safely. The star donned a long-sleeved light blue button up that was tucked into a pair of dark blue jeans that were secured with a black belt around the waist.
A bit of comfort: He slipped on a pair of dark gray shoes that were secured with laces to keep him comfortable during his busy outing.
Recent appearance: Harrison was recently seen attending the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday in Hollywood.
Lending a hand: After exiting the plane, Harrison was soon seen loading some bikes into the back of a vehicle before heading off to his next destination.
The star also had the chance to meet up with his former Indiana Jones co-star Ke Huy Quan, who also received the Best Supporting Actor award during the annual ceremony.
Ford and Quan could be seen sharing a heartfelt embrace onstage after the 1923 actor announced the winner of the night’s biggest prize.
The two had starred in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in 1984, which is the second film in the popular franchise.
The Goonies star recalled the special moment when talking to Variety earlier this month and recalled when Harrison “opened that envelope and read the title, it made our best picture win even more special.”
“And when I ran up on stage, I pointed at him and he pointed at me and I gave him a hug,” Ke Huy Quan recalled.
‘I just couldn’t help it. I just want to shower this man with all my love. I gave Harrison Ford a big kiss on the cheek.
Harrison will soon appear on the big screen once again when he reprises one of his most iconic roles in Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny, which opens in theaters later this year on June 30.
Along with Ford, other stars who were involved in the project include Mads Mikkelsen, Phoebe Walker-Bridge, Boyd Holbrook, and Shaunette Renee Wilson.
Although most of the film’s plot details remain under wraps, the fifth film in the franchise will be the last time Ford plays the archaeologist. Unlike the other films, the project was not directed by Steven Spielberg, but by James Mangold.
James is known for working behind the camera on such films as Logan (2017), Ford v Ferrari (2019), Girl, Interrupted (1999) and Walk The Line (2005).
Owner: According to GQ, the Cessna Citation 680 plane Harrison was seen flying on Friday was purchased by the actor in 2009 and is priced at around $18 million.
Past Accidents: Ford has been an avid pilot for years, despite experiencing some scary incidents in the past, including an emergency landing in 2000 and a near-fatal crash that occurred in March 2015 on a Santa Monica golf course.
Looking dapper: Earlier on Sunday, Harrison was seen looking dapper in a classic black suit while attending the 95th Academy Awards, where he presented Best Picture to Everything Everywhere All At Once
Special moment: The star had the chance to also meet up with his former Indiana Jones co-star Ke Huy Quan, who also received the Best Supporting Actor award during the annual ceremony.
Come back to the big screen! Harrison will soon be seen on the big screen reprising one of his most iconic roles in Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny, which opens in theaters later this year on June 30; seen in january in los angeles
When discussing his character in the upcoming film, he also told The Hollywood Reporter last month: “What I love is that we’re meeting him at a different time in his life than we’ve seen him in these other movies.”
“It’s a logical place for him to be at this stage, considering his behavior and what he spent his time doing. It’s a very interesting script that Jim came up with,’ referring to director James, who co-wrote the script with Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth.
Harrison also stepped into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and was cast as Thaddeus ‘Thunderbolt’ Ross in Captain America: New World Order, replacing William Hurt, who passed away last year in March.
With the film still in its early stages of pre-production, a set release date has yet to be announced, but it is scheduled to open in 2024.