Harrison Ford Already Broke His Ankle On The Millennium Falcon

By: The Superficial / June 13, 2014

“I also went poop in R2-D2. Shh.”

In case you’re wondering how the original cast of Star Wars is doing on the set of Episode VII, they’re old and falling over everything. THR reports:

Harrison Ford sustained an ankle injury during filming today on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII. He was taken to a local hospital and is receiving care. Shooting will continue as planned while he recuperates,” studio Disney said a statement to THR.
A source tells THR that the actor, who reprises his role as Han Solo from the original franchise, was injured by the door of the Millennium Falcon, the spacecraft that his character pilots in the original films. The spaceship looks to be making a return in the sequel.

Wow, you can really tell how integral Han Solo is to the movie considering Harrison Ford basically checked out after a week of filming and it affected nothing. Then again, this is a J.J. Abrams movie, so it’s not like he can’t be replaced with lens flare:

“Luke, we’re gonna have company!”
“AHH, MY RETINAS! MY RETINAS, YOU SONOFABITCH! WHY ARE YOU MADE ENTIRELY OF LIGHT?! THAT’S IMPOSSIBLE!”

See how I added classic lines from the movies? I’m very clever. And alone. Case in point, haha, it’s The Joker talking to Luke Skywalker. *looks out window yearning for human touch*

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