Actor enjoyed doing real stunts on Indiana Jones set
Harrison Ford says he still cuts it as an action hero at 65.
The actor refused to rely on digital wizardry on the set of his latest film Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull.
‘There’s not a lot of CGI [computer-generated imagery], it’s mostly done with real physicality, real sets,’ he explains.
‘We didn’t shoot it Matrix style. We are more old school. They have figured out new things in safety so myself and the stuntman can do more.’
Harrison first played iconic archaeologist Indiana Jones 27 years ago. But he’s wearing well.
‘I feel as fit as I did 20 years ago.’ he tells the Observer Magazine. ‘I didn’t get hurt on this one at all.’