After a three month delay following Harrison Ford’s on-set shoulder injury, the cast and crew on Indiana Jones 5 are back shooting with Ford and Mads Mikkelsen seen on the streets of Cefalu in Sicily.
The Star Wars actor, 79, got right back into character as the iconic Professor of Paleontology as he donned his signature leather jacket, which had been layered above a yellow shirt and grey trousers.
His co-star, 55, contrasted his look in a dapper grey suit, which had been styled alongside a white shirt and a coordinating panama hat.
In-between scenes, Harrison drank from a blue coffee flask and kept his eyes protected from the beating sunshine with a pair of onyx shades.
He wore his silver tresses in a shaggy hairdo and completed his ensemble with a pair of brown leather shoes.
Mads travelled on the back of a golf buggy with a neon yellow clip holding back his grey locks.
Members of the production team appeared to be busy at work while wearing protective face masks amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemiA group of actresses dressed in colourful summer dresses were spotted joining the crew, while another crowd of cast members donned military outfits and aprons.
A vintage style turquoise car, which had been enhanced with ornate flower decorations, graced the set.
Filming for the sequel appeared to be back in full swing last month following Harrison‘s June shoulder injury, which caused production to be halted for three months.
We cannot wait….
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