On top of being an A-list movie star, he’s a licensed pilot who owns and flies several planes.
But on Tuesday, Harrison Ford was back down to earth as he took a pair of his own boots to a shoe repair store in Brentwood, Los Angeles.
The 75-year-old Star Wars star looked dapper in jeans and a blazer for the outing.
High flyer: Harrison Ford was back down to earth on Tuesday as he took a pair of his own boots to a shoe repair store in Brentwood, Los Angeles
The Indiana Jones star looked suave in the jacket and jeans combo, which her paired with a light blue dress shirt, sans tie.
He wore a pair of brown boots, while carrying another, black pair to be repaired at a store in Brentwood Country Mart.
The Blade Runner actor shielded his eyes against the winter glare with tortoiseshell shades.
Suited and booted: The 75-year-old Star Wars star looked dapper in jeans and a blazer for the outing
Future’s so bright: The Blade Runner actor shielded his eyes against the winter glare with tortoiseshell shades
The veteran actor recently gave newcomer Alden Ehrenreich some advice on how to play Han Solo in the Star Wars spin-off.
Ford first portrayed the fan favorite space smuggler in the original trilogy starting with Episode IV: A New Hope, and then reprised his role in 2015’s The Force Awakens.
Now, Solo’s origin story is coming to the big screen in Ron Howard’s Solo: A Star Wars Story and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy has revealed that Ford met with Ehrenreich to give him some advice on taking on the mantle as the Millennium Falcon pilot, words which stayed with the 28-year-old actor.
Kennedy told Entertainment Weekly: ‘It was perfect, classic Harrison. Good kid, good kid. Really good kid.
‘I think being who Harrison is, there is no way he would step into the middle of this and start trying to dictate.
‘What [Ford] did so beautifully for Alden was he talked a lot about what he remembered when he first read Star Wars, and what George [Lucas] had done with Han. Who the character was and the conversations he had for so many years with George about how that character developed.
‘He gave Alden that kind of insight which was invaluable.
‘There were several times in the course of making the movie where Alden would actually recount some of the things that Harrison had pointed out. I think that was really, really, helpful to him.’