After the major success of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, one might be wondering, "What's next for the adorably endearing Harrison Ford?" (Besides recently winning that Guys Choice Award there.) Well, this just in, folks: Ford will next be seen in the dramatic film Crowley. Zap2It has more:
The project is based on Geeta Anand's The Cure, which focuses on John and Aileen Crowley, whose two children have a rare genetic disorder. Ford would play the maverick researcher who comes to their assistance.
"Real people are the best kind of movie heroes," [producers] Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher say in a statement. "We have had great success with true stories that have an uplifting message. The Crowleys' story is both entertaining and true. Using humor, warmth, and drama, it shows that people with courage can make a difference."
From Indiana Jones to "maverick researcher." I love me some Harrison Ford and this project sounds like it'll bring us the tender, heartwarming Harrison. Aww. . .