He has been seen settling into British life since arriving to film Indiana Jones 5.
And Harrison Ford, 78, was seen outside again, this time at Newcastle Quayside on Friday as he took a break from filming the film.
The veteran movie star was having a bite to eat at a local restaurant when he was approached by a group of autograph hunters.
Lunch time: Harrison Ford went for a bite to eat along Newcastle Quayside during the break from filming of Indiana Jones 5 on Friday
Harrison was seen wearing a simple black t-shirt tucked into blue jeans.
Following government guidelines for the coronavirus, the actor also wore a gray face mask and he also had a pair of glasses around his neck.
It comes after production began over the weekend in the North Yorkshire Moors, as the action began in the middle of the night.
A stuntman was seen, surrounded by a film crew and heavy equipment, preparing to undertake an action-packed motorcycle sequence.
Low profile: The veteran movie star was having a bite to eat at a restaurant when approached by a group of autograph hunters
Although very dark and hazy, the stuntman appeared to be wielding a face mask resembling Harrison, who is playing the lead role.
The scene was shot in the early hours of Pickering – but the stunt took a turn for the worse when the motorcyclist tumbled down. The mask flew off during the incident, and one of the crew members had to retrieve it.
The first aid team on the set was called in to check on the stuntman. While he appeared unharmed, filming was halted due to damage to the bike.
According to a witness, one of the team members was overheard that production is already a day behind schedule, following a long delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the move: The actor, who is currently working on Indiana Jones 5, raised his hand to autograph hunters as he tried to leave the restaurant on Friday
This will be the fifth time Harrison will reprise the title role of Heroic Archaeologist with side parts for Mads Mikkelsen, 55, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 35.
A section of the North Yorkshire Moors railway was also transformed for the film.
Crew members from the 2022 blockbuster could be seen on Friday working near a steam train that had been turned into a Nazi transport engine.
Filming will begin on the same stretch of track used just a few weeks ago by Tom Cruise for Mission: Impossible 7.
A glimpse of the accessories being installed showed a black steam train that had been transformed into a Nazi transport engine and vintage cars.
Back to work! Harrison was seen wearing a simple black t-shirt tucked into a pair of blue denim jeans with a belt tied around his waist
A swastika had been attached to the side of the steam engine, as well as to a wooden pallet and the side of a green passenger car.
A number of props were also placed by crew members on open-top cars to make the steam engine appear to be carrying goods for the Nazis in the film. Additionally, a number of vintage vehicles were also spotted parked on a nearby field.
An armored personnel carrier, as featured in a number of other Indiana Jones films, was one of the vehicles parked near the railroad tracks, with crews working to put the canvas roof up.
Additionally, a vintage motorcycle with a sidecar was also among the vehicles – a similar motorcycle was featured in Indiana Jones’ third installment.
History: Bamburgh Castle, where filming takes place, is said to be haunted by a ghost
James Mangold is directing the film in place of Steven Spielberg, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Thomas Kretschmann are also on board to star.
Plot details are still being kept under wraps, and it’s unclear what roles the new additions will play in the fifth film.
Legendary composer John Williams is also set to return, continuing a musical legacy that began 40 years ago with Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Meanwhile, Harrison previously said he wouldn’t make another Indiana Jones movie unless he was sure the production team could “kill him.”
On your bike! Vintage motorcycles were taken to the scene for what are believed to be flashback scenes
Citing the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he said, “I don’t really want to give them what they want to see, I want to give them something that they didn’t plan to see.
“The Marvel movies are a spectacular example of a success that worked the other way around – they killed him. We’re not going to make another Indiana Jones unless we are able to kill him. want it to be the best.
Last month Boyd Holbrook and Shaunette Renee Wilson joined the cast of Indiana Jones 5.
The Logan star and the 31-year-old actress will both star in the fifth installment of the iconic action franchise.
Supporting roles: Mads Mikkelsen, 55, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 35, LR have also signed to appear in Indiana Jones 5 alongside Harrison
Indiana Jones 5 was first announced in 2016 and was originally slated for release in July 2019.
It was then pushed back for a year, before being delayed for another 12 months until July 2021 after Jonathan Kasdan – whose father Lawrence Kasdan wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981 – was brought to working on the screenplay after original screenwriter David Koepp left the project.
The most recent film in the series was 2008’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which grossed over $ 790.6 million at the global box office.
The current Indiana Jones 5 release date is July 29, 2022.
40 years later: Harrison played the iconic role of Indiana Jones for 40 years, having first starred in Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981