Harrison Ford looks suave on Melrose Place in Los Angeles after telling members of the UN to get the hell out of the way of youth trying to make a difference when it comes to climate change.

The Indiana Jones actor looked dapper in a navy two-button blazer, a light button-up shirt, dark denim jeans, and black shiny oxfords oozing old Hollywood charm with his hands in his pockets and wearing dark sunglasses.

He addressed leaders of the UN to urge them to finally make a move and stop ‘just’ talking about saving the rainforest or at very least get out of the way of organized youth who are capable of making a change.



The actor called youth a “moral army” that can succeed where others have failed and the best we can do is “get the hell out of the way” while talking at the Climate Action Summit in New York City last month.

His next project is Call of the Wild with Karen Gillan, Dan Stevens, and Bradley Whitford due out in February of 2020.

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