News outlets everywhere are reporting that Harrison Ford has returned to the set of Star Wars Episode VII, and filming has resumed in that Galaxy far, far away.
Two months after the actor's on-set injury delayed production on the highly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VII, the cast and crew resumed filming this week at Pinewood Studios in the U.K. They had returned from a two-week hiatus unrelated to Ford's accident.
Ford, 72, reportedly broke his leg in an incident involving the Millennium Falcon, the spacecraft that his character, Han Solo, pilots in the original trilogy. "His surgery was successful and he will begin rehab shortly," the star's rep told E! News in June. "He's doing well and looks forward to returning to work."
Harrison Ford is back after an on-set injury in June, and cameras are rolling yet again on the set of the J.J. Abrams directed Star Wars: Episode VII.
The film's production took a short hiatus when Ford – who plays the space smuggler Han Solo - was rushed to the hospital after a door on the Millennium Falcon – Han's ship – broke the actor's ankle.
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