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Harrison Ford has been making his big comeback into the spotlight thanks to recent TV appearances and a new Indiana Jones movie scheduled to release this year.One of his most high-profile appearances recently was the 95th Academy Awards this past Sunday, during which he presented the award for Best Picture, although many viewers were left unaware that he was supposed to have a co-star. Harrison presented Best Picture at the 95th Academy AwardsGlenn Close was slated to join Harrison as a co-presenter on the night, but was forced to drop out at the last minute due to testing positive for Covid-19.The actress returned to social media on Saturday, a day before her 76th birthday, with a candid video from her home in Bozeman, Montana, opening up about the missed opportunity.MORE: See Glenn Close's most famous film rolesRELATED: How Olivia Colman reached out to Glenn Close after winning Best Actress in hilarious Oscars speechShe talked first about her recent visit to New York City and then how she flew out to Los Angeles for the Oscars before finding out she had Covid.A post shared by The Real Glenn Close (@glennclose)Glenn opened up about missing the Oscars"So I had to go into isolation," she explained.
"I watched it on television, was thrilled with everything and happy with all the winners."It was six days, I just got back home yesterday. Still feeling…not great, but really happy to be home," she added, then turning the camera over to her dog before talking about more of the projects she had in the pipeline, including Cameron Diaz's comeback vehicle Back in Action.MORE: Harrison Ford's rarely seen children and blended family with wife Calista Flockhart – photosMORE: 1923's Harrison Ford's 'family' support him as he embarks on.
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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been stars for over two decades, so it definitely was a surprise to learn that he could have his starstruck moment too.The country singer opened up in the podcast "The Highway" about how he and one of his daughters, Maggie, had a run-in with his 1923 successor, Harrison Ford. Watch the video below for their story, which did not go as planned.WATCH: Tim McGraw and daughter Maggie's run-in with Harrison FordTim and Faith are parents to three daughters, those being Gracie, 25, Maggie, 24, and Audrey, 21, all of whom are budding stars in their own right with individual interests in the arts.While Maggie graduated from Stanford and has dabbled in singing, Gracie is a broadway performer, and Audrey is a talented singer and pianist herself.MORE: 1923's Harrison Ford's 'family' support him as he embarks on new venture - detailsMORE: Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's daughter's big news calls for family celebrationBack in February, Harrison spoke about his most recent roles in Apple TV's Shrinking as well as 1923, telling The Hollywood Reporter: "So [Shrinking] came along, and then, very quickly after that, 1923 came along. I took the job without a script on both of them, on faith that the people who created the projects were going to deliver me a good script. "I really didn't realize how much work 1923 was going to be, and I absolutely feel it's worth it.
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was an emotional reunion with Ford, Quan’s co-star in 1984’s “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” — and the origin of that friendship can be seen in newly released photos, shot by Eva Sereny, as they hung out while filming.“Temple of Doom,” in which Quan played Indy’s chatty kid sidekick Short Round, was his first film as an actor. He was just 12, and superstar Ford was 40.
Ke Huy Quan was on a mission. He’d just been named best supporting actor for his performance as Waymond Wang, the goofy husband of a laundromat owner in “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” and he wanted to experience the moment with Steven Spielberg. Spielberg, you see, was the filmmaker who cast him in his breakout role in 1984’s “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” when Quan was 12 years old. So during a commercial break in the Academy Awards telecast, Quan, 51, went over to where Spielberg was sitting with his wife, actress Kate Capshaw, whom Quan hadn’t seen since they co-starred in “Temple of Doom” four decades earlier. After hugs all around, Spielberg put his hands on Quan’s shoulders and said, “You are now an Oscar-winning actor.”
It turns out, Paul talks to Jimmy about more than just potatoes. Harrison Ford may wear his personal fedora on Shrinking, but it was Jason Segel‘s love for a jumpsuit that piqued his interest off set.
at the 2023 Academy Awards. Quan — who won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in “Everything Everywhere All At Once” — made his film debut in the “Indiana Jones” movie in 1984, when he was 12. Sunday’s viral moment came after Ford presented the Oscar for Best Picture to “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” prompting Quan to return to the stage.
Indy and Short Round, together again! Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan had a viral reunion at the 2023 Academy Awards decades after working together on Indiana Jones.
Fans’ hearts were melting.
Ke Huy Quan was seen hugging his former co-star Harrison Ford onstage at the Oscars on Sunday as Quan's film "Everything Everywhere All At Once" won Best Picture. Ford presented the movie's cast and directors with the award and embraced Quan when he walked onstage. Quan jumped up and down in excitement before giving Ford a kiss on the cheek.The two had previously co-starred in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." "Everything Everywhere All At Once" producer Jonathan Wang gave high praise for the cast standing behind him as he accepted the award. "This feels incredible," Wang said.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Ke Huy Quan ended an emotional Oscars night by reuniting with his “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” co-star Harrison Ford on stage. Ford presented the final award of the 2023 ceremony, which went to “Everything Everywhere All at Once” for best picture. As Quan and Ford came face to face as the “Everything Everywhere” cast took the stage to accept the prize, the two actors and former co-stars shared an emotional hug. Quan won the Oscar for best supporting actor earlier in the ceremony. Ford championed Quan’s performance in “Everything Everywhere” all awards season long. Quan got his start in Hollywood as a child actor, making his feature film debut opposite Ford in Steven Spielberg’s 1984 adventure “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.”
an reunion at the Oscars!Harrison Ford took the stage Sunday to present the final award of the evening, Best Picture. When Ford called out , he was reunited with his Indiana Jones and Temple of Doom co-star and newly minted Academy Award winnerKe Huy Quan, and they shared a sweet Oscar moment onstage.The duo couldn't contain their elation as they pointed to each other while the crew was assembling. Ford and Quan then embraced by the microphone, with Quan planting a kiss on Ford's cheek.Moments later, Ford tried to hand the Oscar to Quan but the actor instead pointed to one of the film's producers.This marks the second notable reunion between the former co-stars following Disney's D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, last September.See photos of the memorable moment below.Ford and Quan co-starred in the 1984 blockbuster, , where the latter played Short Round, Indy's sidekick.«I'm so happy for him.
reunited previously at Disney’s D23 Expo.The second entry in the franchise saw Ford reprise his role as the adventurous archaeologist, with Quan playing his sidekick Short Round. The 1984 film grossed nearly $180 million worldwide and catapulted Quan into child stardom.
In September, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom stars Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan reunited after 38 years, with their sweet embrace backstage at the D23 Expo going viral on Instagram. (You can see it below)
Glenn Close will no longer attend the 95th annual Academy Awards. On Sunday, the 75-year-old's rep confirmed that she contracted COVID-19, and will miss the ceremony.«She was very much looking forward to taking part in the show,» Close's publicist told CBS News in a statement.
Oscars presenter Glenn Close has been forced to withdraw from the ceremony with just hours to go, after testing positive for Covid-19. It means producers have been left scrambling as they attempt to replace the Fatal Attraction star, who 'is isolating and resting'. Glenn had been among 40 different presenters who were due to take to the stage tonight.
An unexpected absence. Glenn Close announced she will not be attending the 2023 Oscars after testing positive for COVID-19.
The Oscars will have a bit less glamour tonight, as actress Glenn Close will not be attending after testing positive for Covid-19.