Harrison Ford pushes trolley as he checks out of hotel with Calista Flockhart


Harrison Ford was seen pushing a luggage cart as he checked out of a hotel with wife Calista Flockhart on Sunday after attending their son Liam’s graduation.

The acting icon, 80, whose film Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will be released next month, was every inch the gentleman as he loaded up the family’s luggage.

He wore a crisp blue shirt, black suit jacket and pants, paired with black boots as he stepped out.

Calista, 58, looked chic in a black top and wide-legged trousers, teamed with sneakers and an oversize bag as she chatted with Harrison.

The pair’s outing came as new character poster for the final chapter in Ford’s Indiana Jones journey were released.

It's Indy! Harrison Ford was seen pushing a luggage cart as he checked out of a hotel with wife Calista Flockhart on Sunday after attending their son Liam's graduation

It’s Indy! Harrison Ford was seen pushing a luggage cart as he checked out of a hotel with wife Calista Flockhart on Sunday after attending their son Liam’s graduation

There she is: Calista, 58, looked chic in a black top and wide-legged trousers, teamed with sneakers and an oversize bag as she chatted with Harrison

There she is: Calista, 58, looked chic in a black top and wide-legged trousers, teamed with sneakers and an oversize bag as she chatted with Harrison

The brooding posters show stars including Ford, Phoebe Waller Bridge (Helena Shaw), Mads Mikkelsen (Jurgen Voller) and Antonio Banderas (Renaldo) posing up just weeks before the film debuts on June 30.

Also seen was Shaunette Renée Wilson as Mason, Toby Jones as Basil Shaw and Ethann Isidore as Teddy. 

Set in 1969 amid the backdrop of the Space Race, Dr.Jones, renowned archaeologist and adventurer, finds himself uneasy over the U.S. government’s recruitment of former Nazis to help beat the Soviet Union in the competition to make it to space.

For this go-around, Indy’s goddaughter, Helena Shaw (Waller-Bridge), accompanies him on his new journey, while Jürgen Voller (Mikkelsen), a NASA member and ex-Nazi involved with the moon-landing program, wishes to make the world into a better place as he sees fit.

This comes after Ford and Flockhart watched their son Liam receive diplomas from Amherst College in Massachusetts

The Ally McBeal star announced she had adopted her son Liam as a single parent in January 2001. 

‘I have always wanted to adopt a child and I am overjoyed that I have been blessed with a beautiful and healthy son,’ the new mom said in a statement at the time.

Dapper: The star looked relaxed as he enjoyed a break from his hectic schedule

Dapper: The star looked relaxed as he enjoyed a break from his hectic schedule

Style: Calista, 58, looked chic in a black top and wide-legged trousers, teamed with sneakers and an oversize bag as she chatted with Harrison

Style: Calista, 58, looked chic in a black top and wide-legged trousers, teamed with sneakers and an oversize bag as she chatted with Harrison

Wow: The pair's outing came as new character poster for the final chapter in Ford's Indiana Jones journey were released

Wow: The pair’s outing came as new character poster for the final chapter in Ford’s Indiana Jones journey were released

Brit invasion: Phoebe Waller Bridge, who plays Helena Shaw, looked brooding as she posed

Brit invasion: Phoebe Waller Bridge, who plays Helena Shaw, looked brooding as she posed

Wow: Antonio Banderas (Renaldo) looked near unrecognizable in his poster

Wow: Antonio Banderas (Renaldo) looked near unrecognizable in his poster

Chilling: Mads Mikkelsen (Jurgen Voller) posed up in glasses and a fedora hat

Chilling: Mads Mikkelsen (Jurgen Voller) posed up in glasses and a fedora hat

Speaking of her new bundle of joy, she admitted, ‘I’m completely enchanted and awe-struck.’ 

One year later, she and Harrison met at the 59th Golden Globe Awards in 2002.

Calista was nominated for a best actress award for her role in Ally McBeal. 

Harrison was there to receive the Cecil B DeMille Award from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

The couple kept their relationship quiet until they decided to go public, stepping out together at the Venice Film Festival in September of that year. 

The pair lived together for nearly a decade before tying the knot in 2010 in New Mexico, where the action star was working on the film Cowboys and Aliens. 

Liam was about nine when his parents married. Harrison was 67 at the time. 

‘I’ve got five kids in total, so it’s not my first rodeo,’ the Star Wars star told The Independent.

Yeah, obviously, I’m getting older but I don’t relate to it very much. It doesn’t interest me as something to dwell on. I have a 9-year-old kid at home. I feel like the father of a 9-year-old.’

Look: Shaunette Renée Wilson as Mason was seen in her poster

Look: Shaunette Renée Wilson as Mason was seen in her poster

Animated: ,Toby Jones posed up as Basil Shaw in his poster

Animated: ,Toby Jones posed up as Basil Shaw in his poster 

Poster: Ethann Isidore looked the part as Teddy, Helena's sidekick

Poster: Ethann Isidore looked the part as Teddy, Helena’s sidekick

‘My older children have taught me a lot about parenting. My first child was born when I was 25. I reckon I’m a little better at it now.’

The actor has four older children from his prior marriages. 

Ben, 56, and Willard, 54, are his sons from his first marriage to illustrator Mary Marquardt, 78.  He shares Malcolm, 35, and daughter Georgia, 32, with his second wife, ET: the Extra-Terrestrial screenwriter Melissa Mathison, 65.

Neither Harrison nor Calista keeps a strong social media presence.

An Instagram page attributed to Liam reads, ‘My parents are Calista Flockhart & Harrison Ford My parents say I can’t take selfies becuz I need a private life #annoyingactorparents #single.’

Harrison and Calista recently returned from Cannes where Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny debuted. The actor received a five minute standing ovation for what could be his final portrayal of the beloved character who helped make him a superstar. 

When asked at a news conference what it was like for him receiving such an accolade, he got teary and answered, ‘Indescribable.’

‘I can’t even tell you,’ he added. ‘The welcome is unimaginable and it makes me feel good.’

Reviews: Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny made its world premiere at the 76th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on Thursday, and critics shared their first reviews of the fifth and likely final installment in the franchise

Reviews: Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny made its world premiere at the 76th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on Thursday, and critics shared their first reviews of the fifth and likely final installment in the franchise

Negative review: Irish Times journalist Donald Clarke joined those in giving it a negative review, sharing, 'Nobody with a brain in their heads will compare favorably to the first three films'

Peter Bradshaw, writer with Guardian, agreed for the most part, writing, ‘Indiana Jones still has a certain old-school class’

Peter Bradshaw, writer with Guardian, agreed for the most part, writing, 'Indiana Jones still has a certain old-school class'

Peter Bradshaw, writer with Guardian, agreed for the most part, writing, ‘Indiana Jones still has a certain old-school class’

When asked about the de-aging technique that allowed him to look like his younger self at the beginning of the film, the actor said he didn’t feel the need to revisit his younger years. 

‘I don’t look back and wish I was that guy again. I am real happy with age. I could be dead, after all, and I am still working.’

The action hero recently returned to television, starring in 1923, a Yellowstone prequel, which has been renewed for a second season, and Shrinking, a comedy on Apple TV+, which has also been renewed. 

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny opens in theaters June 30.



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