Harrison Ford commented on seeing himself age for Indiana Jones 5 | Rare Techy
After the revelation that Indiana Jones 5 Indeed, it features an aged Harrison Ford, looking much like he did long ago when the intrepid archaeologist made his debut in 1981, Ford has commented that he saw the effect in action. Speaking to Empire Magazine, Ford heaped praise on the anti-aging action that brings young Indy back to the opening credits of the fifth outing, calling it the first time a special effect has been truly believable.
“This is the first time I’ve seen it where I believe it. It’s a little scary. I don’t think I even want to know how it works, but it does.
Ford continued to be more than happy to not know how it all works, adding that he has no desire to be young again, even if aging feels good.
“Still, it doesn’t make me want to be young. I’m glad I’ve earned my age.”
Rumor has it that Harrison Ford will be de-aging Indiana Jones 5 has been circulating for some time. Several photos emerged last year showing Ford with motion capture spots on his face. Notice that CGI magic is being used. While many were concerned that aging would be used for the entire film, it’s now been revealed that it’s just meant to be the opening scene, with Indy’s past adventures no doubt tied into whatever mess he gets himself into. in old age.
But 80 years old is getting old Harrison Ford really a good idea? Typically, de-aging never really succeeds in recreating an actor as they actually looked when they were young, instead crafting an airbrushed version of their current face. And with the image of a young Indiana Jones lovingly etched into our hearts and minds, could opening Indiana Jones 5 with an aging Ford set things off the wrong way from the start?
Of course, the opening, based on Harrison Ford’s wonderfully cynical description, could result in one of the most crowd-pleasingly nostalgic moments in cinema history. Only time will tell.
Indiana Jones starts fighting the Nazis in the 1960s
Plot details Indiana Jones 5 is now officially revealed and Indy is ready to fight the Nazis once again. Although this time it’s set against the backdrop of the 1960s space race.
“The simple fact is that the Moon landing program was run by a bunch of ex-Nazis, how ‘ex’ they are is the question,” co-writer Jez Butterworth explained. “And it gets Indy’s nose up… It’s not just that the hero model has completely changed. It’s not just that they’re looking for something where there’s nothing above – it’s like Reno without the gambling or whatever his line is. But the people behind it are his sworn enemies.
Directed by James Mangold from a co-screenplay by Mangold, Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth. Indiana Jones 5 Starring Harrison Ford, John Rhys-Davies, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook, Thomas Kretschmann, Toby Jones and Antonio Banderas.
Indiana Jones 5 is scheduled to be published on June 30, 2023.