Harrison Ford, the 80-year-old actor, recently opened up about his parenting regrets in an interview with Esquire. He admitted that he thinks he would have been a better parent if he had been less successful in his career. Ford has five children, and he revealed that parenting became central to his character on AppleTV+’s series “Shrinking,” where he stars as a therapist with an estranged daughter. He also spoke about his work with Young Eagles, an organization that holds events with pilots to take kids up in planes to spur their interest in flying.
Ford is currently busy with several projects, including the TV series “Shrinking,” “1923,” the Yellowstone spinoff, the currently filming “Captain America” sequel, and the soon-to-be-released fifth Indiana Jones film, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.” When asked why he would do another Indiana Jones movie as he was pushing 80, Ford said that he wanted an ambitious movie to be the last one. “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” will be his final turn as the adventurer/archeologist, and the film is set to be released on June 30.
Ford also spoke about his work with the organization Young Eagles, which holds events with pilots to take kids up in planes to spur their interest in flying. He declared that he would not be buried under a stone that says actor, as flying is as important a part of his life as his business. He believes that general aviation provides a significant contribution to the economy and the community, and he has been working to raise awareness about its value.
In conclusion, Harrison Ford’s recent interview with Esquire sheds light on his personal life, parenting regrets, and his passion for flying. Despite his successful career in show business, he believes that flying is just as important and hopes to raise awareness about the value of general aviation. With his final Indiana Jones film set to be released soon, fans can look forward to seeing him in action one last time.
Keywords: Harrison Ford, parenting regrets, “Shrinking,” Indiana Jones, flying, general aviation, Young Eagles.
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