Hollywood superstar Harrison Ford was spotted in a sleepy North Yorkshire village where scenes were being filmed for the new Indiana Jones movie.
The 78-year-old actor was flown in by helicopter to film scenes for the fifth film in the blockbuster, in which he will repeat his title role alongside Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
The Star Wars and Blade Runner star was spotted wearing the iconic high-crowned fedora and brown jacket in picturesque Grosmont in the North York Moors.
The quiet village was redesigned for the movie set, with a section of track nearby that was set up for a daring escape from a Nazi prison camp during World War II.
Filming began earlier this week on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway with props like tanks, watchtowers and Nazi uniforms.
The village is bubbling with excitement, and a woman tweeted that she had met Harrison Ford’s stunt double.
Vicki Laven tweeted: “Look who walked right by us today in Grosmont, our son asked him if he was Indiana Jones and he pulled his hat off and said no, he was just the stunt double.”
The film is scheduled to hit theaters in July 2022.