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Posted on 04/18/2013 9:19:09 PM PDT by Altariel
Harrison Ford Flips Out After Audience Member Asks a Star Wars: Episode 7′ Question by Mike Sampson April 18, 2013 9:41 AM
Harrison Ford was a guest on last nights Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote his movie 42 and naturally the discussion came around to Star Wars: Episode 7 and the future of the franchise. Ford tried to stay mum and say he couldnt talk about anything Star Wars, but when he agreed to some questions from the audience, things got heated and Ford walked off the set. Watch video of the incident below.
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From seeing him intervened on TV, he seems like he is on LSD 24/7.
He is not someone one could be friends with.
Methinks someone is senile. At 72 he should be glad to have a job at all. He’s always been a sullen a-hole, pot head. Cheated on two wives, married someone young enough to be his daughter. Never could stand him. Don’t see ‘talent’ in a one-expression sneer. Star Wars made him-he was a carpenter- ungrateful old geezer. He should take his liberal self to one of his many planes or helicopters and go out to make another hypocritical environmental speech about how WE should live. Hey-Harrison- take your money, get some Alzheimers medication and a private nurse and smoke your ganja. You’re done.
Ummmm.... it was a gag bit. Ford has done a number of funny bits for the Kimmel Show. There’s a running gag that’s been going on the show for years that Ford and Chewbacca have a strained relationship because Chewie was having an affair with Ford’s wife.
It’s okay to laugh people.
LOL “he knows what he did”
Sometimes, some people need an enema when they can’t see the obvious humor in something.
I went to college with a guy whose aunt owned the former Amish-owned farm where much of Witness was filmed; indeed, my friend was an extra, and played one of the Amish kids walking across the field in the opening funeral scene. He kept a scrap book of the making of the film and had lots of pics with him and Ford. He said during non-shooting hours, Ford enjoyed taking long walks in the countryside by himself, and in person, Ford was very amicable and down-to-earth.
Certainly Hollywood has a way of changing people, but at least at one point in the past, Ford was apparently a pretty likeable guy.
Right after the Fugitive, he sucked. I mean, he was a white-liberal guilt movie in 42’, which was championed and gushed by Chewbacca Obama herself.
That was a pretty funny bit.
Saw that one at work tonight. We laughed ourselves to tears. “Uh...Wookies don’t have pants.” “I rest my case.” BTT.
Really? He's been intervened on TV!?? For what, exactly??
I'm just messin' with you, I've made more than my share of typos here. I know you meant interviewed, NOT intervened!
My youngest daughter worked at a Magic Johnson owned 24 Hour Fitness in Southern California while attending college about 7-8 years ago. Harrison Ford would work out there occasionally. According to my daughter he would chat with her for 30-45 minutes after his routine. She said he was always very nice, polite.
I see nothing funny about Harrison Ford. I think he’s sad. A sad, senile old stoner. Don’t like him- don’t care to see him in anything.
My understanding is he’s a closet semi-conservative who worked his way through auditions be ause his dad said to have a backup plan. Sw wasn’t his break - American Graffeti was.
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