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Ford doesn't want to answer 'Star Wars' questions on the late-night show, and gets upset when Chewbacca, the iconic figure from the movie franchise, appears among the audience.
The Han Solo depicter is confident that he will indeed reprise his role in the upcoming movie directed by J. J. Abrams.
The 'Star Wars' creator lets it slip that he has signed the original Han Solo, Princess Leia, and Luke Skywalker depicters for the upcoming project, admitting that he's 'not supposed to say that.'
A new picture from the set of 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' shows Harrison Ford donning a suit as he walks alongside Will Ferrell.
Amidst Harrison Ford casting report, on-set pictures taken from the movie's filming in Atlanta hit the web showing Ferrell and Applegate in characters.
The news fuels previous rumor that Ford was open to return to the famous franchise along with Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.
The photo is set in Battle School, where Butterfield's titular character stands in a white pajama while Ford's Colonel Graff is staring down at the boy with a fierce look in the eye.
A highly-placed source reveals that Ford is 'upbeat' about reprising the role of the space smuggler, which first appeared in 1977's 'Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope'.
Efron and Ford are in negotiations to topline the thriller about a psychiatrist whose young friend betrays him by seducing his wife and daughter.
Though stressing that Ford's Rick Deckard will likely not have a prominent role in the sequel, Scott opens up, 'I've got to have him in it somewhere.'
Alcon Entertainment's Andrew Kosove slams the recent swirling reports about Ford's casting in the untitled sequel, insisting that the rumors are 'absolutely patently false.'
Rumor has it, the 'Indiana Jones' actor has entered an early negotiation with Warner Bros. Pictures to reprise his iconic role in the sequel that will bring back Ridley Scott to the directing seat.
After being long courted to star in the upcoming sci-fi movie, Ford is now officially tapped to play the lead character who is described as the trainer of young recruits at an elite military academy.
Relatively unknown actor Chadwick Boseman is tapped to play the iconic baseball player in the upcoming biopic, while Ford is set to portray Hall of Fame baseball executive Branch Rickey.
Responding to Shia's criticism over 'The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull', Harrison says, 'As an actor, I think it's my obligation to support the film without making a complete ass of myself.'