'Indiana Jones' stars Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan reunite after 38 years


Harrison Ford, 80 and Ke Huy Quan, 51, starred in the 1984 blockbuster 'Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom'. Photos: Filepic and Ke Huy Quan/Instagram

Indiana Jones stars Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan reunited at an event over the weekend after 38 years.

Ford, 80 and Quan, 51, starred in the 1984 blockbuster Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom where the the former portrayed the titular archaeologist while the latter played the scene-stealing pickpocket, Short Round who then becomes Indy's sidekick in the movie.

Both actors met backstage at the D23 Expo on Saturday (Sept 10). D23 Expo is a biennial Disney event showcasing new content from the company.

The Vietnamese American posted a photo of him embracing Ford with the caption: "I love you, Indy. Indiana Jones and Short Round reunited after 38 years."

Quan, who also starred in the 1980s hit The Goonies, quit acting after he stopped getting offers in the late 1980s. Later, he worked behind the scenes as a choreographer and assistant director.

He made his comeback this year starring opposite Michelle Yeoh in Everything Everywhere All At Once. Quan is set to join Marvel's Loki TV series in its second season where he will play an employee of the Time Variance Authority.

Meanwhile. Ford was at D23 to unveil a new trailer for the highly anticipated fifth Indiana Jones film, which will also be his final outing for the franchise.

“I’m very proud to say that this one is fantastic,” Ford told a crowd of 6,000 who attended the event.

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