CROWDS taking a peek at the new Indiana Jones set might have caught a glimpse of Hollywood legend Harrison Ford – only to realise it was his overall body double.
With his floppy grey hair and famous smouldering expression, the stunt actor was a dead ringer for the Star Wars star as he strolled in among yellow taxi cabs in Glasgow’s town centre, which has been transformed into a bustling 1960s New York.
But the stand-in was not dressed in the famed archaeologist’s normal apparel – full with his brown fedora hat, leather jacket and whip.
Rather he donned a sensible grey accommodate and burgundy tie.
More than the previous couple of months, streets in the heart of the metropolis have been draped in Americana, ahead of the fifth flick of the Disney movie franchise with star-spangled banners, bunting, vintage autos and retro design shop fronts on show.
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The set appears to seize 1960s New York as Apollo astronauts return residence, with indications adoring streets expressing “Welcome to New York Astronauts!” and other references to Apollo 11 – suggesting portion of the movie could be set in 1969.
And there’s even been an astounding wanting faux ‘Big Apple’ subway station entrance crafted on Renfield Street – giving Glasgow it’s first ‘new’ underground station in 125 yrs thanks to the shoot.
Targeted visitors lights ended up also modified to the standard US yellow colour.
Solid customers had been kitted out in 1960s equipment as they strolled as a result of the bustling street as the cameras started out rolling for the return of the significantly-beloved flick franchise, which will also star Mads Mikkelsen and Phoebe Waller-Bridge – who was also spotted on set searching stylish.
Just one male actor was strolling through the bustling road donning a classic design and style eco-friendly go well with, though a further playing the job of a Television reporter wore 1960s thick-rimmed specs as filed a report all through filming.
Female actors wore their hair lengthy and get rid of as they strolled by way of Cochrane Avenue dressed in flares, beads and fringe, though some others donned pixie cuts and vibrant shift attire.
Just one unfortunate star of the film had his leg in solid and walked on crutches – but no matter if or not it was part of his costume is mysterious.
The future movie’s director James Mangold – who also directed The Greatest Showman – was pictured browsing the set on Tuesday to make the ultimate checks in advance of filming.
Other productions to have filmed in Glasgow in the latest a long time include Quick And Furious: Hobbs And Shaw, The Batman, Tetris and 1917.
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