Hollywood, Mars – As principal photography began on Steven Spielberg’s latest nostalgia driven cash grab/passion project, Indiana Jone5 and the Hunt for More Money, action star and historical artifact Harrison Ford was apparently killed performing a dangerous stunt for the film.
Ford, who is famous for doing his own stunts even into his 70s, was trying to shuffle across the set when a tennis ball came off his walker, causing him to fall and become unable to get up. He was taken to a local hospital 40 miles from the filming location where his condition was upgraded to dead. He is expected to make a full recovery.
Ford was previously injured on the set of Star Wars: The Fo7ce Awakens while trying to walk through a doorway, a stunt many actors his age have difficulty executing. In addition to Indiana Jone5, Ford will also be injured filming Blade 2unner, the long anticipated sequel to the first movie.