Harrison Ford cried after the world premiere of his movie "Indiana Jones: Dial of Destiny" at the Cannes Film Festival
International star Harrison Ford cried after the world premiere of the fifth part of his adventure series "Indiana Jones", titled "Indiana Jones: Dial of Destiny", which was held in the early hours of Friday morning on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival.
The Hollywood Reporter posted a video on its official page on Instagram after the end of the special screening of the film, during which Ford appeared crying due to the warm reactions of the audience, and it was clear that he was affected, and the audience continued to applaud Ford for a full 5 minutes. The film is the final appearance of "Harrison Ford" in the series, which began starring since its first part in 1981.
Harrison Ford received the Palme d'Or award on Thursday morning, on the sidelines of the festival's activities, in honor of a cinematic career full of important cinematic works.
Indiana Jones: The Destiny Connection, the fifth installment, will revolve around the return of an Indiana archaeologist in a race against time in an attempt to retrieve an artifact that could change the entire course of history.
It is noteworthy that Harrison Ford recently joined the battalion of superhero films, and Marvel CEO Kevin Feige announced his joining two films, “Thunderbolts” and “Captain America: New World Order”, which are scheduled to be shown during 2024.
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