You may recall that, while shooting The Force Awakens in June 2014, Harrison Ford had to be air lifted to hospital after his ankle got crushed by a door on the Millennium Falcon. Now the U.K.'s Health and Safety Executive has announced that "a Star Wars production company is to be prosecuted" over the incident.
According to a report in The Guardian: "The HSE is prosecuting Foodles Production (UK) Ltd over the incident. The BBC reports the firm, which is based at Disney’s UK headquarters in Hammersmith, London, was the primary production company behind The Force Awakens. The national watchdog said it believed there was sufficient evidence to bring four charges relating to alleged health and safety breaches against the firm. A spokesperson said: 'By law, employers must take reasonable steps to protect workers - this is as true on a film set as a factory floor'."
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73-year-old Harrison was out of action for two months while he recovered from the injury, which saw director JJ Abrams forced to "halt production."
There has been "no suggestion" that Harrison - who earned a reported $34m to reprise his role as Han Solo - will take action against Disney himself. That is unlikely given there's a Han Solo solo movie slated for 2018.