Harrison Ford stepped out for a special outing at the Cannes Film Festival, where he received a standing ovation and an award.
Harrison Ford stepped out for a special outing at the Cannes Film Festival, where he received a standing ovation during the premiere of "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny." Disney executives had made all possible efforts to make this movie. Finally, once this movie was made and screened at Cannes, Ford received a standing ovation for five minutes. This video was uploaded on Reddit by u/bewarethechameleon and here we see the crowds standing and cheering for Ford as he tries to hold back his tears and wave and nod to them. The caption of this video reads, "Harrison Ford holding back tears as he receives a 5-minute standing ovation during the premiere of 'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny'"
The movie and Ford himself have received praise from all over the internet. Reddit user u/Spookynooky91 commented, "He's likely fully aware this is the last time he'll get to experience this. At least as Indiana Jones. Must be a tough thing to emotionally come to terms with, big respect to him." Another u/Chipmunk Rampage commented how proud Ford's wife, Calista Flockhart looked as he received the standing ovation, "Look at how proud Calista is, it’s sweet."
Harrison Ford’s eyes are filled with tears after the premiere of INDIANA JONES AND THE DIAL OF DESTINY. It’s been an emotional night for him pic.twitter.com/qlCGYgc2eY— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) May 18, 2023
As per TODAY, even as he entered the film festival, fans could be heard cheering for him and shouting his name at the top of their voice. Ford was then called to the stage by Cannes festival director Thierry Frémaux to be awarded a surprise Palme d’Or. At this time, the clips of his most famous roles. “I’m very moved by this,” Ford said. “They say when you’re about to die, you see your life flash before your eyes, and I just saw my life flash before my eyes. A great part of my life, but not all of my life. My life has been enabled by my lovely wife, who has supported my passion and my dreams, and I’m grateful.”
Harrisson Ford , costume Dormeuil et chaussures Bertoluti gueule contre le réchauffement planétaire puis s’en retourne dans sa villa de Beverly Hills à bord de son jet privé à 18M$ pic.twitter.com/Pr0bW4MScU— I Am The Hallelujah Man (@gravite_zero) May 21, 2023
Then, he further said, “I love you, too. But I’ve got a movie you ought to see. It’s right behind me. So let me get out of the way, and thank you again for this great honor.” "Dial of Destiny" is the last part of this Franchise, “This is the final film in the series, and this is the last time I’ll play the character,” Ford said to Total Film magazine before Cannes. “I anticipate that it will be the last time that he appears in a film.” While he’s aware that Disney is developing an Indiana Jones series for Disney+, Ford said he “will not be involved in that, if it does come to fruition.”
also « Palme d’Honneur » celebrates actors and producers, and Harrisson Ford won this year’s one! pic.twitter.com/vg0uhxMLtQ— jo 🥢 saw Yoongi in NYC (@yoongilovesjo) May 19, 2023
This is the first Indiana Jones movie that has not been made by Steven Spielberg. The director has watched the movie and said during a press event, “Bob Iger had a screening for a lot of the Disney executives, and I came to the screening along with the director James Mangold,” Spielberg said. “Everybody loved the movie. It’s really, really a good ‘Indiana Jones’ film. I’m really proud of what Jim has done with it.”