In a hilarious stunt on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Ford declined to answer any questions about the J.J. Abrams project, even from “audience” members dressed as “Star Wars” characters.
Things really heated up when Ford’s former co-star Chewbacca stepped up to the microphone. The actor had some choice words to say his “Star Wars” cohort after Kimmel explained he was trying to reconcile the two because, apparently, there is some bad blood there.
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Ford is currently starring in the Jackie Robinson biopic “42,” and will next be seen in the thriller “Ender’s Game.”
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with Harrison Ford to talk about all his latest projects, including, “42,” “Anchorman 2” and “Star Wars.” Watch!
The movie “42,” about the life of baseball great Jackie Robinson, slides into theaters on April 12.
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Veteran actor Harrison Ford is busy these days. Not only has he expressed interest in reprising his role as Han Solo in the upcoming “Star Wars” sequel, Ford has also joined the Will Ferrell comedy sequel “Anchorman 2.”According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ford will play a legendary newscaster a la Tom Brokaw in the Adam McKay-helmed comedy, which begins shooting this month in Atlanta.
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"Extra's" Terri Seymour snagged a one-on-one with Harrison Ford -- and asked the actor if we were going to see another Indiana Jones movie.
"It'll happen when it happens," stated the 69-year-old. "I have strong ambition to do it while I'm still alive. I'm available, I'm not cheap, but I'm available!"
Seymour spoke with Ford at the 2011 Hamilton Behind-the-Camera Awards, sponsored by L.A. Confidential, where he presented his "Indiana Jones" stunt double, Vic Armstrong, with a Lifetime Achievement honor. Said Ford, "It's just important to acknowledge what they contribute."
Check out Ford's answers in "Extra's" Rapid-Fire Quiz!
Here's a preview of what's opening in theaters July 29, including the sci-fi western "Cowboys & Aliens," starring Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford; the relationship dramedy "Crazy, Stupid Love," with Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling, and the kiddie flick, "The Smurfs 3D."