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Harrison Ford can laugh and it is contagious!
October 5th, 2017 under Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling. [ Comments: none ]


Harrison Ford has such a dry sense of humor that you never see him laugh. Well the other day when Ryan Gosling and him were being interviewed about Blade Runner 2049 by ITV’s This Morning’s Alison Hammond, she actually got him to laugh uncontrollably. Some of it was because she has the most infectious laugh, but also because they had no choice but drink some alcohol to get through it.

Seriously, it was nice to see Hans Solo laugh out loud like that. It is so contagious, I am still laughing with them. On that note, Ford needs to do a buddy comedy with Gosling. The two of them play off of each other so well, they need to make a hilarious movie. And they need to give Hammond a part in because even if the scene is not funny, you will still find yourself giggling with her!

Don’t you just adore this interview?

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Harrison Ford had to hurt Ryan Gosling more than that punch to the face!
October 2nd, 2017 under Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling. [ Comments: none ]


The only thing I know about Blade Runner 2049 is that Harrison Ford accidentally punched Ryan Gosling in the face while they were filming a fight scene. That had to be pretty painful. While that was physical pain, I think Gosling had to feel an emotional one when his co-star could not remember his name, more than once, when they both appeared on The Graham Norton Show last week.

Because Ford has such a dry sense of humor, I do not know if he was joking or he was serious. It could honestly go either way. What do you think?

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Harrison Ford talks about punching Ryan Gosling in the face!
September 29th, 2017 under Harrison Ford, Jimmy Fallon, Ryan Gosling. [ Comments: none ]


I do not know about you, but the only thing I know about Blade Runner 2049 is that Harrison Ford accidentally punched Ryan Gosling in the face while they were filming the movie. The story has been all over the place and everyone but the puncher has talked about it.

That is until last night when Jimmy Fallon asked him about it on The Tonight Show. Ford explained, “I threw 80 punches, 79 of them missed him. Which is the way you are supposed to do it in a movie. You are not supposed to really hit somebody.”

Then the NBC host wanted to know how you apologize to someone you punched right smack in the face that is worth its weight in gold. If you are Indiana Jones, you bring a bottle of Scotch over to his trailer, pour him a glass and then take the bottle back to your trailer. Basically confirming what Gosling said had happened.

I wonder what would have happened, if it happened the other way around? Could you imagine?

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Will Shia LaBeouf be Indiana Jones 5?
September 4th, 2017 under Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf. [ Comments: none ]


Even though no one asked for a sequel to Indiana Jones & The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Harrison Ford are doing a 5th one. Will they at least save us some misery by not bringing back Shia LaBeouf’s useless character? Screenwriter David Koepp told Entertainment Weekly, “Harrison plays Indiana Jones, that I can certainly say…And the Shia LaBeouf character is not in the film.”

That is the good news, the bad news is that they are still making it and it might be Spielberhg’s next film. Isn’t it time to let a huge rock roll over the franchise because that is how we all felt when Indy survived a nuclear bomb by hiding out in refrigerator. That was so awful and not in a good awful way.

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Harrison Ford’s theory why no one spoiled his Star Wars’ moment
March 22nd, 2016 under Harrison Ford, Jimmy Kimmel, Star Wars. [ Comments: none ]


Harrison Ford was on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday to promote the home video version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the ABC late night host wanted to know if it’s true that he has been trying to get Hans Solo killed off for 30 years. The actor admitted that he finally wore them down and that is why his character met his ultimate fate.
Will he back for the last two Star Wars movies? He wouldn’t say.
Then Kimmel wanted to know if he was surprised that his death remained a secret until the film came out. Ford told him, “It is pretty amazing actually. That people, sort of, respected fellow audience members, to the extent that it didn’t get around. It was fantastic.” Then he added, “I think they knew I would show up at their house and beat the sh!t out of them.”
On that note, he also talked about putting on his fedora for a 5th time to play Indiana Jones. When asked if that character would meet the same fate, he was just as tight lipped as he was about whether he would be back for any more Star Wars movies. So we don’t know just yet.
BTW when it comes to Hans Solo’s death, someone spoiled it for me opening weekend and that is a part of the reason why I still haven’t the biggest movie ever released in America. Just don’t tell Ford because I don’t want him beating the sh!t out of the sweet young innocent girl who told me. She doesn’t understand what a spoiler is, so I can’t wait to ruin Bambi, The Lion King and Old Yeller for her.

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