Harrison Ford doesn't answer Star Wars questions on Kimmel

When Harrison Ford's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel switched to Q&A with the audience, Ford said that no Star Wars questions would be allowed. Whereupon Kimmel began (apparently) to troll Harrison rather hard. While it's clear that Harrison was in on the joke, it's got a pretty great finale.

Harrison Ford Meets an Old Friend and it Doesn’t Go Well on Kimmel

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    1.  Ineed. The thought of the original cast coming back in Abram’s films is
      disturbing. No doubt JJ was hired to give the film the same recasting
      treatment he did so well on Star Trek.

    1. Ineed. The thought of the original cast coming back in Abram’s films is disturbing. No doubt JJ was hired to give the film the same recasting treatment he did so well on Star Trek.

      1. I don’t see how that is disturbing.  Just set the movie 30 years in the future and have the original cast play the elder supporting rules and have the bulk of the action surrounding whoever the new heroes are.  Like with Star Trek, it is a cheap way to pass the torch.

        1.  This discussion keeps going around and around, I thought we established months ago the Ep 7 happens 20-30 years after Ep 6?

    2. I know what you mean.  I’m hoping it was just a little too much alcohol before the taping, or something temporary like that.

    1. The answer to that, of course, is that it would have taken too much time away from his busy schedule of complaining about his haircut in Blade Runner.

  1. You know what?  Harrison Ford still has that utterly distinctive, irrepressible, attractive I-want-to-be-him, inimitable voice and actions thing going on – and there isn’t a single performer in the last 100 years who can take his niche.  And fuck the naysayers – the guy flies helicopters and aircraft.

    Watching the YouTube clip above particularly, straight back into the Millenium Falcon and 7 year old hopes of rescuing Leia, solo.

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