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Is Harrison Ford's injury better? ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ starts filming again

Harrison Ford's injury is getting better as Star Wars filming starts
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The force is definitely with Harrison Ford and his health. The actor was injured on set of the “Star Wars: Episode VII,” but it appears that he is well enough to have the filming start again. By all indications, it appears that the highly anticipated movie is well on the way to getting back on track. According to FOX station KMSS on Saturday, the hiatus put on production while the actor recovered has been lifted and everyone is back to work.

The fans have been concerned about the extent of Harrison Ford’s injury as it was said that the star needed surgery. Reprising his famous role as Han Solo, it appears that the accident happened as he was filming at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, England. No doubt the actor got the best care possible and his rehab around the injury will help him get back on his feet in no time.

Details of what happened to Harrison Ford have been heavily guarded. Neither the actor nor the crew has offered any explanation on how the injury occurred. As this movie is expected to be big for the studio, the crew, cast and even the caters are probably all under non-disclosure agreements that would cover any activity on the set.

The big opportunity to have Harrison Ford and the rest of the actors back at work is no small chore. The coordination that comes with producing a film is extraordinary and with a set release date of December 18, 2015, the time off probably did impact the production.

Hopefully the fans can see Harrison Ford jogging around and feeling back to normal soon!