Fortune Returned and Glory Given in Ford Credit Card Return
With filming for the fifth installment of the “Indiana Jones” franchise underway, star Harrison Ford went on a search of his own earlier this week. The star lost a credit card while vacationing in Siciliy. Thankfully, Indy again had a touch of luck on his side.
Late last week, a German tourist discovered the card and turned the card over to a local Palermo police station. Officials in the town on Mondello located the actor who was vacationing at a local resort, according to the Associated Press.
Upon returning the card, Harrison Ford even posed for pictures with the police officers in an unexpected surprise.
Filming for the new action-packed film continues this fall throughout Europe after a large delay due to the coronavirus pandemic. Co-stars Antonio Banderas, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mads Mikkelsen joined ford in Sicily this month for filming. Previously, the cast and crew shot scenes in England and Scotland as well throughout the summer.
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Despite a 13-year lag, it appears Marion was right all along, Indy’s return to the big sceen certainly seems inevitable.
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Director James Mangold (“Girl, Interrupted,” “3:10 to Yuma”) helms the new production after Steven Spielberg stepped away from the role. The Academy Award winner, however, stayed on with the franchise as a producer of the new film. Filming is set to wrap late this year with a film release date set for June 2023. Rumors continue to swirl that this will be the last film for Ford’s Indiana Jones, but of course, that too remains a mystery for now.
Feature Image Credit: Lucasfilm