UPDATE: The Los Angeles Fire Department's Patrick Butler has given a press conference, stating:
"The patient was in moderate condition, alert, conscious and breathing."
Harrison Ford was piloting a small plane on Thursday when he somehow lost control and crash-landed on Penmar Golf Course in Venice at around 2:20 p.m.
The vintage yellow and silver WWII aircraft was totaled while the 72-year-old actor reportedly suffered gashes on his head.
Harrison was the only passenger.
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Since it was a golf course, there were obviously two doctors playing a round who were able to treat Harrison at the scene before he was transported to nearby Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
The Star Wars actor is no stranger to flying planes, so we'll be sure to keep you updated on what caused the crash when more news surfaces.
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OMG, huge news, sci-fi fans!
That Blade Runner sequel Ridley Scott has been teasing? It's really happening!
And while Chris Pratt may be taking over as Indiana Jones, Rick Deckard is all Harrison Ford!
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The actor — who originated the role of the replicant hunter way back in 1982 — is said to have LOVED the script and will officially be reprising his role in Blade Runner 2: Still Running!
OK, it's not really called that.
But it is
Don't call him Junior!
Chris Pratt is continuing his road to major Hollywood success with yet another revival of a classic franchise.
After revamping Legos, Jurassic Park, and even some 50-year-old comic books, Chris has now set his sights on another Steven Spielberg masterpiece… Indiana Jones!
Or rather, Disney has their sights set on him!
Part of being a celebrity is being in ad campaigns, because you get lots of extra dough for it! But occasionally, some of the commercials might have been a regrettable choice when they look back on them.
For example, every single time Nicolas Cage went NUTZ for Fever Pachinko he basically gave US a fever! And while he spoke English in all of his ads, others like Harrison Ford actually learned the language! Or at least the lines that he had to say!
Take a look at some of the other most embarrassing and quirky Japanese commercials that some celebs have been in!
Sorry, Hollywood screenwriters. Sometimes the best lines in films AREN’T the ones you wrote down in the script!
In fact, some of the most famous scenes in movies are completely improvised on the set! An actor will do or say something that just feels right and…
Like Heath Ledger in his posthumous Oscar-winning role as The Joker in The Dark Knight. No one instructed Heath to applaud like he did while Commissioner Gordon’s promotion was announced at Gotham’s Police Headquarters. But Heath gave director Christopher Nolan a take with a slow clap that was just too good (and evil) not to use!
Want to see which other scenes were unplanned but went on to become onscreen classics?
See our entire GIF list…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Ooh, he IS such a scoundrel!
Han Solo, galactic player, originally had a girlfriend in a rough cut of Star Wars: A New Hope!
The footage is in grainy black-and-white, which makes it appear like a porno a little bit, and you can clearly see see our favorite smuggler smuggling a kiss with a mystery dark-haired woman!
Looks like Han DID shoot first, and it wasn't with Princess Leia!
Ch-ch-check out the smooch-filled footage…AFTER THE JUMP!!!